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Richard Foley

Sep 08, 1955 - Nov 30, 2023

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New Orleans, LA

Richard Paul Foley, (Rick) died November 30, 2023 at the age of 68 after a long and courageous battle with cancer. In his last month, he was completely surrounded and supported by his loving family and devoted friends. Rick was born in Cambridge, MA, on September 08, 1955. Being a Boeing brat, the family moved to Seattle WA, and finally to the New Orleans area in 1962 where his father worked on the Saturn Rocket project at Michoud. Rick attended St. Mary Magdelene School in Metairie, attended Je...Read More

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Kathryn "Kiki" Moecklin

May 23, 1920 - Feb 18, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass in the chapel of Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd. in New Orleans, on Monday, February 26, 2024 at 11:00AM. A visitation will be held at the funeral home beginning at 10:00AM. The interment will follow the Mass in Metairie Cemetery.

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Anne Moore (Wardlaw) Noto

Oct 08, 1948 - Feb 23, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Anne Moore (Wardlaw) Noto, 75 of New Orleans, passed away Friday February 23, 2024 at University Hospital in New Orleans after a short battle with cancer. She is preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Frances Moore. Anne is survived by her husband of 54 years, Leonard Peter Noto; three children, Craig (Glenda) of Myrtle Beach, SC, Christopher of New Orleans and Jason of Coraopolis, PA; sister, Cathy Morgan of Slidell LA; three grandchildren, Jessica Marie, Kayla Anne and Samantha Pearl and numerous nieces and nephews. She was born on October 8, 1948 in the District of Columbia. Her parents moved the family to New Orleans when she was one year old, and she remained a resident of Orleans Parish until her death. She attended St James Major Elementary and graduated from McDonnough Sr High in 1966. She worked numerous jobs over her life including Zuppardo’s Grocery store and Katz & Besthoff both in Gentilly. She was a volunteer at St. James the Major Elementary and Brother Martin High school where all of her sons attended and graduated. Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Greenwood Funeral Home, 5200 Canal Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124 on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to the American Cancer Association or the Touro Cancer Care Center in New Orleans. Condolences may be expressed at www.greenwoodfh.com

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Honorable Richard J. Ganucheau

Dec 01, 1937 - Feb 22, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

GANUCHEAU, HONORABLE RICHARD J. – Richard J. Ganucheau age 86 entered eternal rest on Thursday, February 22, 2024. He is survived by his loving wife of 47 years, Donna Holt Ganucheau. He leaves behind his sibling, Melanie G. Behrens (Donald) of Manhattan Beach, CA. He is predeceased by his parents, Edmond J. Ganucheau, Sr. and Grace Arnoult Ganucheau; his brother, Edmond J. Ganucheau, Jr. DDS; and his sister, Anne Marie Fries. He leaves behind sisters- and brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, and cousins. He will be remembered by his relatives and friends as a particularly compassionate, caring, and honest person. A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Judge Ganucheau has lived in the New Orleans area for all his life and was a parishioner of St. Angela Merici Church. He graduated from Jesuit High School of New Orleans in 1955. He attained his undergraduate degree from Loyola University and graduated from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans, LA. He served in the Louisiana National Guard during the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis. Judge Ganucheau practiced law for 15 years and served as Clerk of Civil District Court, Parish of Orleans from 1974 through 1979. Judge Ganucheau served as Judge for the Civil District Court, Parish of Orleans from 1980 to 2002. After his retirement from the bench, the Louisiana Supreme Court appointed him to complete a statewide class action case involving major cigarette manufacturing companies and the multi-year litigation concluded in 2004. Later by appointment of the Louisiana Supreme Court, Judge Ganucheau administered the establishment and supervision of the Smoking Cessation Trust which has delivered medical services to help more than 100 thousand Louisiana residents stop smoking. As a young boy, his family was active in Boy Scout Troop 150 where he reached the rank of Eagle Scout. Through these activities, he was exposed to the beauty of nature and the outdoors. This launched his love of outdoor activities including snow skiing, water skiing, hiking, canoeing, and boating. He was a longtime member of the Southern Yacht Club in New Orleans. He was happy when he had a fishing rod in his hand, and happiest when there was a fish on the line. Pallbearers are Edmond J. Ganucheau, III; Byron C. Ganucheau; Nathan P. Holt; Adam Thiels Holt; Paul E. Ganucheau; and Jonathan D. Ganucheau. Honorary pallbearers are Maximilian G. Behrens and Garrett M. Holt. Relatives and friends are invited to a visitation at Greenwood Funeral Home (5200 Canal Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70124) on Wednesday, February 28th from 11:00am to 1:00pm. The Funeral Mass will be held in the Chapel at Greenwood Funeral Home at 1:00pm followed by a private burial for the family. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the doctors and staff who attended to Judge Ganucheau, especially for the excellent care and services provided by Notre Dame Hospice. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Jesuit High School of New Orleans at 4133 Banks Street, New Orleans, LA 70119 or the Jefferson SPCA at 4421 Jefferson Hwy, Jefferson, LA 70121. Condolences may be expressed at www.greenwoodfh.com

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Caryl Harrison Vesy

Aug 01, 1930 - Feb 22, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Caryl Harrison Vesy, age 93, of New Orleans, Louisiana passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2024. A graveside service for Caryl will be held Friday, March 1, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124.

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Rosetta Sims

Died : Feb 20, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Rosetta “Rosie” Sims departed this life on Tuesday, February 20, 2024, at University Medical Center in New Orleans, LA. She was 72, a native of Ewellville, LA and a resident of New Orleans, LA. Visitation on Friday, March 1, 2024, at Williams & Southall Funeral Home, Napoleonville, LA from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Visitation on Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Pilgrim Baptist Church from 9:00am to religious services at 11:00am. Interment in the church cemetery. Survived by her husband, Winston Sims; 1 son, Marlon Joshua Sims; 3 daughters, Chantel, Ciera, and Ashley Sims; 1 brother, Morris Bolden; 1 sister, Helouise Harden; 3 grandchildren, Paris, Camron, and Angel; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Preceded in death by her parents, Beulah and James Bolden, Sr.; 2 brothers, Edwin and James Bolden, Jr.; 4 sisters, Mary Louise Adams, Catherine Adams, Geneva Dillon, and Beulah Mae Brown. Arrangements by Williams & Southall Funeral Home, 5414 Hwy 1, Napoleonville, LA (985) 369-7231. To sign the guest book or offer condolences, visit our website at www.williamsandsouthallfuneralhome.com. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Hillary Green, Jr

Aug 30, 1960 - Feb 08, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Hillary Green, Jr passed away on Thursday, February 8, 2024. He is survived by his wife Alfrieda Lynn Green, sons, and daughter; Zamir, Zamirion, and Zietha Green; two granddaughters; Zyla and Elle. Preceded in death by his parents; Hillary Green, Sr and Ruby W. Green; grandparents; Frank and Victoria Gaines Wilson, aunt; Deloris Wilson, uncle; Ray Wilson, great aunts and uncles, in-laws, Alfred McCray, Sr., and Preston McCary, Sr. Family and friends are invited to attend the Going Home Service Monday, February 26, 2024 for 10:00 a.m. at The Boyd Family Funeral Home, 5001 Chef Menteur Hwy, New Orleans, LA 70126. Visitation will begin at 9:00 a.m. Pastor Lefird Wilson, officiating. Interment will follow at Mount Olivet Mausoleum, 4000 Norman Mayer Ave, New Orleans, LA 70122. Guestbook Online: www.anewtraditionbegins.com (504)282-0600. Linear Brooks Boyd and Donavin D. Boyd Owners /Funeral Directors. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Hillary Green, Sr., please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Jerrie Mathis Larkin

Oct 29, 1943 - Feb 20, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Jerrie Mathis Larkin, age 80, passed away on Tuesday, February 20, in New Orleans, LA. Jerrie was born to parents Elmer and Ruth Mathis on October 29, 1943, in Greer, SC, where Jerrie grew up and attended high school. She moved to New Orleans as a young adult before moving to other states with her husband, Frank Larkin, and eventually back to New Orleans where they lived for most of their life and called home. Jerrie obtained her RN and dedicated her career to nursing at the Ochsner Medical Hospital in New Orleans. Jerrie and Frank remained actively involved in New Orleans culture, always undertaking life to the fullest. They were also lifelong fans of Texas A&M University. Throughout her life, Jerrie maintained strong ties with her family, extended family, and lifelong friends, past and present. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; and grandson, James Himbert. Jerrie is survived by her brothers, Steve Mathis and John Mathis; daughters, Ruth Himbert and Martha Sandidge; grandchildren, Sarah Himbert, Lindley Sandidge and Reed Sandidge; and her extended family and friends. The family will receive friends from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Saturday, March 2, at Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Home, 3827 Canal St. New Orleans, La 70118. To to the family or in memory of Jerrie Mathis Larkin, please

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Jerrie Mathis Larkin

Oct 29, 1943 - Feb 20, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Jerrie Mathis Larkin, age 80, passed away on Tuesday, February 20, in New Orleans, LA. Jerrie was born to parents Elmer and Ruth Mathis on October 29, 1943, in Greer, SC, where Jerrie grew up and attended high school. She moved to New Orleans as a young adult before moving to other states with her husband, Frank Larkin, and eventually back to New Orleans where they lived for most of their life and called home. Jerrie obtained her RN and dedicated her career to nursing at the Ochsner Medical Hospital in New Orleans. Jerrie and Frank remained actively involved in New Orleans culture, always undertaking life to the fullest. They were also lifelong fans of Texas A&M University. Throughout her life, Jerrie maintained strong ties with her family, extended family, and lifelong friends, past and present. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; and grandson, James Himbert. Jerrie is survived by her brothers, Steve Mathis and John Mathis; daughters, Ruth Himbert and Martha Sandidge; grandchildren, Sarah Himbert, Lindley Sandidge and Reed Sandidge; and her extended family and friends. The family will receive friends from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Saturday, March 2, at Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Home, 3827 Canal St. New Orleans, La 70118. To to the family or in memory of Jerrie Mathis Larkin, please

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John Alfred Reinecke

Jan 28, 1931 - Feb 10, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Dr. John Alfred (Jack) Reinecke passed away after a brief illness at his home in New Orleans on February 10, 2024, 10 days before what would have been his and his wife’s 70th wedding anniversary. He was 93. Jack was born in New Orleans in 1931 to Joseph Alfred and Mariette Sarrat Reinecke. Although his early life had struggles — his beloved mother died when he and his twin brother were only 7 — he went on to be successful at everything he undertook. And while we usually say someone had an amazing life if they were famous or rich, Jack had an amazing life with neither of those things. He grew up speaking French, as did five generations of his family in New Orleanians before him. He was an outstanding student, at 16 finishing high school at St. Aloysius College, where he was the recipient of the Pepsi-Cola Scholarship. He went onto Loyola University, where he not only excelled in his studies, but is also remembered for his musical comedies based on Shakespeare’s tragedies. At Loyola, Jack met his future wife, Gladys Elizabeth Aleman, also a superior student. He continued his education and earned an MBA from Tulane University, and then, after serving in the Navy during the Korean Conflict, he married Gladys and they moved to Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, where he earned a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois under the GI Bill. Jack was one of the first students in the U.S. to earn a Ph.D. in the field of Marketing. Jack and Gladys came home to New Orleans, where he was hired at LSUNO soon after its inception. He worked there until his retirement in 1985. He was well known at UNO, having served on many committees, most notably the group that helped LSUNO become UNO. He was also part of the group that brought Benjamin Franklin Senior High School to the UNO campus. Jack was active in his parish church, St. Frances Cabrini, where he stood up for integration and the dignity of people of color and people of limited means. He retired from UNO and went on to teach at both the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of North Carolina at Asheville, from which he retired again in 1992. Jack went on to take courses every semester at UNO for the next 25 years, completing many in the Philosophy and English departments. Along the way, Jack and Gladys had seven children, 17 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. In retirement Jack and Gladys were avid travelers and spent many summers teaching abroad and on Elderhostel trips. Besides studying and learning, Jack was a gardener with outstanding tomato skills, and a cook famous for his oyster dressing. He lived 32 years in retirement and is published in textbooks and academic journals. He had lifelong friends, a successful marriage and family, lived a life of the mind, taught thousands of students, and stood as a moral role model to his community. He had an amazing and admirable life. His family is grateful to him and proud of him. Jack was predeceased by his parents, his older brother George Francis Reinecke (Timmie), his sister, Denise Marie Rita Reinecke, his twin brother, Richard Bosseron Reinecke and his sister-in-law Nancy Reinecke. Jack is survived by his beloved wife of 69 years, Gladys Aleman Reinecke and their seven children, Dr. Thomas Reinecke (Shelley), Dr. Lee Reinecke Flynn, Margaret Alessandrini (Franco), Paul Reinecke (Carrie), Peter Reinecke (Noel Gerson), Helen Reinecke-Wilt (Justin Wilt), and Dr. Sue Reinecke (Chuck Brown), as well as his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The family would also like to thank Sandra Washington and Celestine Hughes for their kind and devoted care of Jack. Visitation will be Friday, March 15 at 1:30 p.m., followed by Mass at 2:30 p.m., at the UNO Newman Center, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, LA 70122. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the University of New Orleans Foundation, Attention: Gift Processing 2219 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 315 New Orleans, LA 70122. To to the family or in memory of John Alfred Reinecke, please

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John Alfred Reinecke

Jan 28, 1931 - Feb 10, 2024

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New Orleans, LA

Dr. John Alfred (Jack) Reinecke passed away after a brief illness at his home in New Orleans on February 10, 2024, 10 days before what would have been his and his wife’s 70th wedding anniversary. He was 93. Jack was born in New Orleans in 1931 to Joseph Alfred and Mariette Sarrat Reinecke. Although his early life had struggles — his beloved mother died when he and his twin brother were only 7 — he went on to be successful at everything he undertook. And while we usually say someone had an amazing life if they were famous or rich, Jack had an amazing life with neither of those things. He grew up speaking French, as did five generations of his family in New Orleanians before him. He was an outstanding student, at 16 finishing high school at St. Aloysius College, where he was the recipient of the Pepsi-Cola Scholarship. He went onto Loyola University, where he not only excelled in his studies, but is also remembered for his musical comedies based on Shakespeare’s tragedies. At Loyola, Jack met his future wife, Gladys Elizabeth Aleman, also a superior student. He continued his education and earned an MBA from Tulane University, and then, after serving in the Navy during the Korean Conflict, he married Gladys and they moved to Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, where he earned a Ph.D. from the University of Illinois under the GI Bill. Jack was one of the first students in the U.S. to earn a Ph.D. in the field of Marketing. Jack and Gladys came home to New Orleans, where he was hired at LSUNO soon after its inception. He worked there until his retirement in 1985. He was well known at UNO, having served on many committees, most notably the group that helped LSUNO become UNO. He was also part of the group that brought Benjamin Franklin Senior High School to the UNO campus. Jack was active in his parish church, St. Frances Cabrini, where he stood up for integration and the dignity of people of color and people of limited means. He retired from UNO and went on to teach at both the University of Southern Mississippi and the University of North Carolina at Asheville, from which he retired again in 1992. Jack went on to take courses every semester at UNO for the next 25 years, completing many in the Philosophy and English departments. Along the way, Jack and Gladys had seven children, 17 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. In retirement Jack and Gladys were avid travelers and spent many summers teaching abroad and on Elderhostel trips. Besides studying and learning, Jack was a gardener with outstanding tomato skills, and a cook famous for his oyster dressing. He lived 32 years in retirement and is published in textbooks and academic journals. He had lifelong friends, a successful marriage and family, lived a life of the mind, taught thousands of students, and stood as a moral role model to his community. He had an amazing and admirable life. His family is grateful to him and proud of him. Jack was predeceased by his parents, his older brother George Francis Reinecke (Timmie), his sister, Denise Marie Rita Reinecke, his twin brother, Richard Bosseron Reinecke and his sister-in-law Nancy Reinecke. Jack is survived by his beloved wife of 69 years, Gladys Aleman Reinecke and their seven children, Dr. Thomas Reinecke (Shelley), Dr. Lee Reinecke Flynn, Margaret Alessandrini (Franco), Paul Reinecke (Carrie), Peter Reinecke (Noel Gerson), Helen Reinecke-Wilt (Justin Wilt), and Dr. Sue Reinecke (Chuck Brown), as well as his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The family would also like to thank Sandra Washington and Celestine Hughes for their kind and devoted care of Jack. Visitation will be Friday, March 15 at 1:30 p.m., followed by Mass at 2:30 p.m., at the UNO Newman Center, 2000 Lakeshore Drive, New Orleans, LA 70122. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the University of New Orleans Foundation, Attention: Gift Processing 2219 Lakeshore Drive, Suite 315 New Orleans, LA 70122. To to the family or in memory of John Alfred Reinecke, please

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