Gerald J. Rabideau

November 16, 1964 ~ October 9, 2021 (age 56)


Gerald J. Rabideau, 56 of Mooers Forks, passed away unexpectedly at his home. He was born on
November 16, 1964 in Plattsburgh, the son of Robert and Theresa (Dauphinais) Rabideau. He graduated
from Northeastern Clinton Central School in 1983.
He spent many years working on the Rabideau Family Dairy Farm growing up before he began his career
in 1983 as a forklift operator for Wyeth (Pfizer) Pharmaceuticals in Rouses Point, where he dedicated 35
years. He retired from Wyeth in 2018.
Gerald was a loving father and devoted to his family. He enjoyed spending time with his family and
boating/motorcycle riding.
His presence will be missed by all, but his legacy will continue on by his family, friends, and those who
knew him.
Gerald is survived by his spouse Nancy Rabideau and three daughters, Tiffany Rabideau (Danny Snide),
Kourtney Rabideau, and Taylor Sousa (husband Kevin); his mother Theresa; siblings, Joanne Rabideau-
Ryan (Mike), Debbie Hemmila (Richard LaBounty), and Randy Rabideau (Michelle Menard). Nieces,
Ashley Castine, Tori Rabideau, Paige Dominic, Emily Richard and nephews: Jordan Castine, Ethan and
Aiden Dominic.
Gerald was predeceased by his father Robert Rabideau, and brother Dennis Rabideau along with his
A funeral service will be on Friday (10/15/21) @ 10:30am at St. Ann’s Church in Mooers Forks followed
by the burial at the St Ann’s Cemetery in Mooers Forks, NY. A gathering will be held at the Mooers Fire
Department immediately following the burial in celebrations of Gerald’s life.
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The family is requesting in lieu of flowers that any donations be made to The North Country Cancer Fund
or the Mooers Fire Department on behalf of Gerald.

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