Dale "Wolfman" Bordelon
March 21, 1954  -  August 1, 2018

Dale "Wolfman" Bordelon


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Escude Funeral Home of Moreauville
115 Lemoine St.
Moreauville, LA  71355
Friday, August 3, 2018
5pm-10pm
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Escude Funeral Home of Moreauville
115 Lemoine St.
Moreauville, LA  71355
Friday, August 3, 2018
Rosary 6:30pm
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Escude Funeral Home
115 Lemoine St.
Moreauville, LA  71355
Saturday, August 4, 2018
Reopen 8am
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Sacred Heart Catholic Church
9986 Bayou des Glaises St
Moreauville, LA  71355
Saturday, August 4, 2018
11am
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Sacred Heart Mausoleum
9986 Bayou des Glaises St
Moreauville, LA  71355
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Funeral Mass for Dale “Wolfman” Bordelon of Moreauville will be held on Saturday, August 4, 2018 beginning at 11am at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Moreauville with Fr. Jose Pallipurath officiating. Visitation will begin on Friday, August 3, 2018 beginning at 5pm until 10pm at Escude Funeral Home in Moreauville and will resume Saturday morning at 8am until the time of service. Rosary wake service will be held at 6:30pm Friday evening. Entombment will be in the Sacred Heart Mausoleum. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Escude Funeral Home.

Dale “Wolfman” Bordelon, age 64, passed away on Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at his home. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lonis & Grace Bordelon.

Those left to cherish his memory are his wife of 41 years, Janice Mayeux Bordelon of Moreauville; son, Ashley Joseph Bordelon of Moreauville; daughter, Jessica (Douglas) Hayes of Mansura; grandson, Joseph Hayes; sister, Bernadine Coco of Simmesport; brothers, Warren Paul Bordelon of Moreauville, Ronald (Rose) Bordelon of Moreauville, & Raymond (Carolyn) Bordelon of Mansura.

Dale graduated from Moreauville High School in 1973 where he was State Champion in discus throw. He built a career with John Deere, Vaccaro Logging, & Scott Tractor Company. In 1977 after marrying Janice Mayeux and settling down on the banks of Bayou de Glaise, he had a daughter and son. Wolfman was an avid sportsmen; he enjoyed fishing & hunting for ducks, squirrel, deer, turkey, & alligators. He opened a successful alligator, pecan & feed business. He enjoyed joking, cooking, LSU, sweets, and woodworking with his grandson. He loved to keep the old traditions going. His family and friends will miss him dearly.

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  1. Christine campbell
    Sunset, LA

    Jan , with my deepest sympathy I send to you and family. You all are in my prayers. Friends forever in Christ, Christine Campbell and family

  2. Ronnie Guy
    Lecompte, LA

    I will miss you🐊

  3. Joyce Bordelon Nelson
    Seattle, WA

    Janice, I am so sorry. I enjoyed you and Dale so much in May at the reunion. I have videos on my phone of his teaching me to speak French. He touched my heart and soul. I will treasure all the time I spent with him. I love his stories and his love of his heritage. We will miss him terribly. With a heavy heart, again I say I am so sorry tor this great loss.

  4. Denise Hebert
    Calhoun, LA

    Janice, I am so sorry for your loss. Will keep you and your family in my prayers. Love, Denise

  5. Charles Vaccaro
    zachary, LA

    My Buddy, My heart is completed broken... ..I will miss you my friend. Prayers for the family...

  6. Larry Barbin
    Tyler, LA

    So sorry to hear news. Prayers.

  7. Melanie Ducote Martinez
    Marksville, LA

    So very sorry for your lost. May peace be with your family.

  8. Sally Zeller
    Meraux, LA

    Janice, we are so incredibly sorry. Wish we could be with you but know you’ll be in our hearts and prayers. Sally, Aunt Ruth, Eunice and Lynne

  9. Jackie Quebedeaux
    Marksville, LA

    Janice, I am lost for words. My deepest and most sincere condolences for you and your family. Sending prayers, may God give you comfort!!

  10. Grace and Wayne Lemoine
    Baton Rouge, LA

    I worked with Dale and Paul many summers on their truck farm. When we were not bragging we were talking sports. Big guy with a big heart.

  11. Shannon, Adalynn and Tommy Culotta
    St. Louis, MO

    Janice,
    We are praying for peace, comfort and love for you and your family during this difficult time. He was loved by everyone who met him and will be greatly missed.

  12. Carol A Laborde
    Moreauville, LA

    My deepest sympathies to the family. He was a school friend since 1st grade. Always had a smile on his face.

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