Warren Paul Bordelon
October 17, 1944  -  November 23, 2018

Warren Paul Bordelon

Escude Funeral Home of Moreauville
115 Lemoine St.
Moreauville, LA  71355
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
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Escude Funeral Home of Moreauville
115 Lemoine St.
Moreauville, LA  71350
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
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St. Joseph No. 2 Cemetery
1300 S. Washington St.
Marksville, LA  71351
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Funeral service for Warren Paul Bordelon of Moreauville will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2018 beginning at 11am at Escude Funeral Home in Moreauville. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2018 beginning at 8am until 11am at Escude Funeral Home in Moreauville. Burial will be held at St. Joseph #2 Cemetery in Marksville at a later date. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Escude Funeral Home.

Warren Paul Bordelon, age 74, passed away at his home in Moreauville on Friday, November 23, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lonis & Grace Bordelon; brother, Dale “Wolfman” Bordelon; and special friend, Shirley Bordelon.

Those left to cherish his memory are his sister, Bernadine Coco of Simmesport; brothers, Raymond (Carolyn) Bordelon of Mansura and Ronald (Rose) Bordelon of Moreauville; sister-in-law, Janice Bordelon of Moreauville and numerous nieces and nephews.

Paul was a lover of sports & baseball card collecting. He lived on the banks of Bayou Des Glaises where he farmed all his life. He played baseball for Jaycees, showed 4-H livestock, and was very competitive in track & field. He favorite pass times were LSU & Saints games.


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  1. Jessica Bordelon Hayes
    Mansura, LA

    Our Uncle Paul, you loved us nieces and nephews all the same. You have to be the gentlest person I have ever come across. My brother and I spent countless hours in your care. We loved every moment of it. We rode the big green tractor, planted, cleaned, and delivered shallots all over Avoyelles parish. We picked pecans, swam in the ditch, fed the cats, cut Aunt Doris’ grass, played darts, cards, hide and seek in the barn, monopoly, battleship, basketball & baseball. We made plenty trips to the bowling alley with you where you taught us well. You showed us all about baseball cards, cataloging, and protector sheets. I remember days at the Jaycee Park. We watched, Predator, Beast master and days of our lives. You told us stories about days gone by with you all were growing up. We had coffee milk and pop tarts for breakfast, and dr. pepper, Vienna sausages and little Debbie fudge brownie for lunch every day. You devoted you life to the shallot farm on Bayou des Glaises. You cared for our grandparents and your sweet Shirley. You loved Mickey Mantle & Martina McBride. You loved statics, tally sheets and you were a math genius. You have played a great roll in my son Joseph’s life as well, continuing shallots business, teaching him baseball, chess and supporting him on his cross country running and 4-h projects. I will never forget your smell, nervous stutter, gentle hugs, & you making sure I understood you loved me. I pray we have carried out your final wishes the best way we knew of. I pray you are at peace somewhere with my father taking in all the LSU and saints games you can stand. I would have loved to see you two cutting up on this last game in 7th round overtime. I also pray you have reunited with your love Shirley. Rest in peace my dear godfather. You memory will live on.

  2. Gerard Ducote
    Cottonport, LA

    Hardest. thing I ever had to .do .today . Tell. Paul. Goodbye Thanks .for. all. the. great. memories. Hope. you .can .put. in. a good .word .for. our. ASTROS. Go. BREGMAN . Your. friend . always . GERARD

  3. Craven Lemoine
    Ventress, LA

    Paul was baseball, football, track, let's not forget bowling, foosball, pool, movies at Roy Theatre, bowling alley, Kyrle's, Milburn's, Hamburgers, Red Bird viennas, Toastem pastries not Pop Tarts, Mathematician, yes, baseball cards, shallots, red cars, cornbread and milk, coach, friend to talk to and hardly ever disagree to not hurt your feelings, farmer, who would let you ride with him to Lake Charles to make deliveries, good first cousin, brother, son, uncle, simple, good guy.

  4. Diane Bibko
    Kenner, LA

    So sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family

  5. Chad Arnouville
    Fort Worth, TX

    We love you Paul. Rest In Peace.

  6. Cynthia Gremillion
    Moreauville, LA

    So very sorry for your loss. I know this is a great sadness for your family as you have not yet recovered from Dale's loss. Now these brothers are together. May God surround you all. Paul was such a quite, good, peaceful soul. I think he wanted to be with his brother.

  7. Wayne Lemoine
    Baton Rouge, LA

    Very good human being. I know it’s said a lot but he would literally give you the shirt off his back. Paul and I would play baseball in his pasture almost every Sunday. Played softball for Moreauville Tin Shop (mr Revere). He and I would argue about MLB. We both liked the Yankees. He liked Mickey Mantle and I Roger Maris. Later he became a Cardinals fan and then lately a Astros fan (Alex Bergman). He always supported the Tigers and Saints. Paul played fantasy baseball (with playing cards) before anyone thought about fantasy sports Thank you Paul for checking on my Mother and Father when we left Moreauville. Love you Cousin, RIP

  8. Elaine Gauthier
    Ocean Springs, MS

    So sorry for your loss. Praying for all the family

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