OBITUARY

Wallace M Nicaud III

October 6, 1955June 18, 2022
Obituary of Wallace M Nicaud III
Wallace M. Nicaud, III age 66 of New Orleans, LA passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Passages Hospice in New Orleans. Survived by his beloved wife of 30 years Patricia Ruello-Nicaud and his adored son Matthew W. Nicaud. Son of the late Dr. Wallace M. Nicaud, Jr. and Emilie Putnam Nicaud. Grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. Wallace M. Nicaud, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gorham Putnam. Brother of Thomas P. Nicaud, Deborah N. Farrington and the late Cecilia M. Nicaud, Stephen M. Nicaud and Michelle P. Nicaud. Son-in-law of the late Louis C. Ruello and Mathilde Mauberret Ruello. Brother-in-law of Dennis Ruello (Lori). Uncle of Christine M. Farrington, Rose Ruello Johnson (Steve) and Christopher Ruello. Also survived by two great nephews, numerous cousins, relatives and friends. Wally graduated from Jesuit High School where he was a member of the ROTC, Drama Club, Radio Club and trainer assistant for the football team. He received his private pilot license in October of 1978. In 1988 Wally graduated from La.Tech with a B.S. in Professional Aviation. Wallace loved music and pursued Audio Video Engineering for many years. He had the pleasure of working with famous entertainers including Tony Bennett, The Count Basie Orchestra, Maynard Ferguson and Rodney Dangerfield. He was also the audio/sound engineer for various Broadway Shows at the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans and later at The World Famous Pat O’Briens. He loved traveling, whitewater rafting and snow skiing in Colorado and passionately cooked for his family and friends. He especially enjoyed visiting with family at The Nicaud Family Reunions! His witty sense of humor, his love of family and the lives he touched will live in our hearts forever. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the Memorial Mass at St. Rita Catholic Church, 7100 Jefferson Highway, Harahan, LA on Thursday June 30, 2022 at 12:00 Noon with visitation beginning at 10:00 am. Fr. Steven V. Bruno with be officiating. Many thanks to Passages Hospice and Davita Dialysis (Touro) for their compassionate care. In lieu of flowers please consider donations to The National Kidney Foundation of LA or The American Diabetes Association.

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