Official Obituary of

Nathan LaDuke

August 26, 1984 ~ February 4, 2024 (age 39) 39 Years Old

Nathan LaDuke Obituary

Nathan LaDuke, 39 of Rouses Point, NY passed away unexpectedly on February 4th 2024 after a hard fought battle with complications from diabetes.

​Nathan was born on August 26th 1984, the son of Angela Belrose and Ronnie LaDuke; godson to Nancy and Paul LaValley. He was a graduate of Northeastern Clinton Central School.

​Nathan’s passion and love for life will leave a lasting impression on everyone he has met.  He was a friend to all and without hesitation was willing to lend a hand (or tool) to anyone in need.  Nathan had many titles in life, son, uncle, nephew, co-worker, and friend.  The most impactful however, was brother. Many of the memories Nathan leaves behind include his two younger brothers, Eric and Benjamin - you couldn’t find one without the other two somewhere close by. Nathan is known for being the voice of reason (whether you wanted to hear it or not) as well as the host of the party. Beyond his priority of spending time with loved ones, Nathan was also an avid fisherman and technology enthusiast. Whenhe wasn’t with family or friends, he could be found at home with his beloved and cherished cat Sassy, rebuilding some sort of electronic or somewhere along the great Chazy river - fishing pole in hand.

Left to cherish the memories of Nathan are his parents Angela Belrose and Ronnie LaDuke of Rouses Point; his siblings, Heather Belrose of Plattsburgh; Eric(Amber) LaDuke, of Rouses Point; Benjamin (Katie) LaDuke, of Peru; niece,Elizabeth (Lizzy); four nephews, Nicholas, Bentyn, Tyler, and Charles all of Peru. He is also survived by one uncle, Ricky; currently of California, and three Aunts, Nancy (Paul) LaValley, of Mooers Forks; Rita (John) Christian, of Keeseville; and Theresa Rock; maternal grandmother, Sally Duprey; of Chazy. As well as severalcousins and extended family.

​Nathan is pre-deceased by his maternal grandfather, Adolf Belrose; paternal grandparents, Harold and Mae LaDuke; aunt, Robin Duprey; and uncles,Stevenson and Donald LaDuke.


Calling hours will be held on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at Ross Funeral Home in Mooers, NY from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. immediately followed by Speech of Praise.


All family and friends are invited to join in a Celebration of Nathan’s Life on Friday, March 1st at the TwinBridges VFW in Champlain NY starting at 5:30 pm.


​Donations can be made to Nathan‘s estate to be used towards all expenses surrounding the unexpected passing of Nathan.  


“To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.”

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March 2, 2024

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Ross Funeral Home
2586 Route 11 | P.O. Box 275
Mooers, NY 12958


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