Neil R. Juneau
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Neil R. Juneau, a resident of Pride, LA, passed away Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 59 years old. He proudly served his country in the US Army as Captain and Finance Officer in the 18th Airborne Corp. He was a CPA by trade but spent most of his career developing real estate properties and has spent the last 22 years managing Lake Sherwood Retirement Center in Baton Rouge. Visitation will be held at Seale Funeral Home in Denham Springs on Friday, January 15, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Due to Covid concerns and in order to ensure the safety of all those in attendance, it is requested that all guests wear a mask and condolences be kept brief so everyone can pay their respects. A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at Immaculate Conception Church for close family and friends only. Neil is survived by his wife of 38 years, Carla Mayeux Juneau; his son, Brandon Neil Juneau and wife Brandy; his two daughters, Heather Gould and husband Tommy, and Megan Juneau; and six grandchildren, Gage, Mason, Paiton, Ava, Luke, and Lennon. He is also survived by his four brothers, Mark (Mary), Mike (Judy), Stewart, and Ronnie (Arlene); his brother-in-law, Jim Lemoine (Jan); his four sisters, Carol Laborde (Tim), Teresa Juneau (Keith), Liz Marcotte (Joey) and Nancy Juneau; his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Jessie and Nettie Mayeux, sisters-in-law Pam Bonin and Michelle Guillot (Paul), and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Linus and Julia Juneau; and sister, Gayle Lemoine. He was an active member of Immaculate Conception Church and former president of Baton Rouge Ancient Athletes Society. He touched the lives of many through coaching and serving his community, but his biggest accomplishment in life was his family. He spent most of his time on his farm, also known as his paradise, enjoying the outdoors, working in his barn and taking care of his dogs, horses and cattle. He never missed an opportunity to love on his wife, children and grandchildren and was always there to cheer everyone on in whatever they were doing. He will be missed by everyone that knew him. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to braastrong.org. Please sign the online guestbook at www.sealefuneral.com.

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Published in The Advocate from Jan. 14 to Jan. 15, 2021.
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January 18, 2021
Marcia and I were so saddened to hear of Neil’s passing. We were so fortunate to have him and his family in our lives. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Carla and the whole Juneau family. He was a great friend.
Larry & Marcia Thomasson
Coworker
January 17, 2021
Liz and family,
So sorry for your loss. Sending my deepest sympathy and prayers.
Sharon Mayer
Friend
January 15, 2021
My mother was so well treated in her time at Lake Sherwood largely in part because of Neil and the whole Juneau family. I’m forever grateful. I’m so sorry for this loss.
June Gautreau
Acquaintance
January 14, 2021
So sorry to hear about Neil. He was such a good person, and great to work with. My condolences to the Juneau family.
Mark Calvit
Acquaintance
January 14, 2021
A very kind man and a great leader , He will be miss .
Sílvia de Jongh - Hernandez
January 14, 2021
Got a text the other mornings that absolutely stopped me in my tracks. Mr. Neil was an awesome person, who always greeted you and messed with you every chance he got. You never doubted where you stood and you knew he would have your back if you needed it. I hadn’t seen him lately but the loss still stings. In high school and college a million funny stories come to mind but these stories also help illustrate the type of guy he was.

To my buddy Brandon, Megan, Heather and their families along with Mrs. Carla our heart goes out to you and you will be in our prayers. Love y’all.
Dexter Thurber
Friend
January 14, 2021
My deepest condolences to the Juneau family. I know your loss is great. The Clement family befriended Neil when our parents, Joy & Joe, and my father-in-law, SJ Saccaro, lived at Lake Sherwood. He was such a nice, kind, and compassionate man. May he rest in eternal peace.
Denise Saccaro
Friend
January 14, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Neil's passing. We had some fun times when our kids played baseball and volleyball together. There are no words that I could say to comfort, please know that ya'll are in my thoughts and prayers.
Tammy Johnson
Friend
January 13, 2021
Our relationship with Neil started almost 20 yrs ago when our dear mom, and grandmother, became residents of Lake Sherwood Village. Neil’s management was a caring, loving one. Our families always felt welcomed, and our mother really loved living there...felt like home! Neil will be remembered as a cheerful, empathetic, active leader of the management team. We will never forget the kindness shown our loved ones, and the happiness Neil offered them. Halloween parties ( mom’s favorite) were miles of fun with Neil encouraging mom’s costume antics with the party- goers. He truly made mom feel 21yrs old again! Surely she’ll be dancing with you in heaven!
Gone too soon ... thankful for you always ... rest in God’s eternal peace, Neil.
Kathy Sansovich, daughter /granddaughter of Mary Saucier and Helen Tramuta.
Kathy Sansovich
Friend
January 13, 2021
So sad to hear of Neil's death. He was so kind to our mother when she live at Lake Sherwoid Assisted Living Center. She loved it there and so did we! Neil's generosity and kindness were felt! The parties they put on for residents were outstanding and our Mom enjoyed them so much! You'll be missed, Neil. God bless you on your new journey to Heaven! God bless your family!
Karen Sirman
Friend
January 13, 2021
Neil was a great man who did so much for so many and loved by all here at Lake Sherwood Village
Mrs. Stella Caracci
Friend
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