Ned Joseph Plauché

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  • "Our thoughts and prayers are with Ms. Sue and the family...."
    - Brandon and Tránique Brown
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    - Karen Davis
  • "I grew up in your house, hearing your laughter and playing..."
    - Wendy West Matherne
  • "Prayers to the whole family. Love you all."
    - Erica Ballard
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Ned Joseph Plauché passed away on July 10th, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Annie St. Romain Plauché and Hansen Peter Plauché; and his grandson, Gregory Constanzi. Ned is survived by his adored wife of 51 years, Susan Holloway Plauché; his children, Keith Anthony Plauché (Christie) and Dawn Plauché Constanzi (Darrin). Lovingly called Paw Ned by his treasured grandchildren Kaitlyn, Caleigh and William Plauché; Kendra (Claudia, daughter Kylie) and Darrin Jr. (Lindsey) Constanzi; and great-grandson Jayce Burch. He is also survived by his sister Delores Plauché Smith. Ned was born in New Orleans, La., on September 10th, 1946, and grew up with his siblings in Kenner. He attended East Jefferson High School and joined the Army in 1967 where he served his country in Vietnam and was honorably discharged in 1970. Ned loved the outdoors and worked as a land surveyor for Gilbert, Kelly and Couturier for 33 years. Ned and Sue raised their children in Kenner and moved to Hammond in 2002. He spent his free hours enjoying his yard, home and was a frequent volunteer at his church. He greatly enjoyed hunting, fishing, going on cruises, and spending time with family and friends. He was very active, saying, "You can't sit in the den when the sun is shining!" As per his wishes, his body was donated to the LSU School of Medicine. Visitation at First Baptist Church of Ponchatoula, 325 E Pine St., from 11:00 AM with a memorial service at 1:00 PM Saturday, July 14, 2018. The family asks in lieu of flowers, friends consider a donation to , 1250 Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA 70113; or Richard Murphy Hospice House, 11095 Chestnut St., Hammond , LA 70403.
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