Dr. Louis Philip Nogues III

Died: Thu., Feb. 2, 2017


10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Thu., Feb. 09, 2017
Location: St. Genevieve Catholic Church

Funeral Mass

1:00 PM Thu., Feb. 09, 2017
Location: St. Genevieve Catholic Church

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Dr. Louis Philip Nogues, III, age 74, died in the early morning of Thursday, February 2, 2017.   Lou was born in New Orleans, LA to the late Louis P. Nogues, Jr. and the late Shirley St. Alexandre Nogues. He was a resident of St. Bernard Parish for 37 years and then lived on Bayou Liberty in Slidell until his death.  Affectionately known as Papa Lou or Doc, he is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Kathleen Ryan Nogues; his son Chris Nogues and wife Cheryl; his daughter Michelle Nogues Morel and husband Remie; his sister Suzanne Nogues and Robert Troncoso.  He was Papa Lou to his grandchildren Amanda Ganucheau and husband Ross, Zachary Cunningham, Nicholas Morel, Karolina Nogues, Ryan Morel, and great-granddaughter Riley Ganucheau.   He is also survived by his brothers and sisters-in-law Harold and Barbara Ryan; Dr. Robert and Deborah Ryan; James and Suzanne Ryan; Doug and Marilyn Ryan Oakes; many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews. He is also survived by his long time dental assistant, Karen Springer, numerous staff, and patients whom he considered family.    Lou graduated from Jesuit High School Class of 1960 and received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Loyola University in 1966. He proudly served in the U.S. Army as a dentist. Lou enjoyed learning about anything and everything. He was a lover of art, history, and antiques. He was a collector, pack rat, avid reader, and always enjoyed making a good pun- or a bad one depending on your opunion.  Mostly, he loved his family, was loved by many, and will be missed.   The Nogues Family would like to thank everyone at the Louisiana Heart Hospital for providing such compassionate care for Lou.  Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass on Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 1:00 PM at St. Genevieve Catholic Church, 58203 Highway 433, Slidell, LA 70460. Visitation from 10:00 AM until service time. Interment in St. Joseph Abbey Cemetery, Covington, LA. Bagnell & Son Funeral Home, Covington, LA in charge of arrangements.   In Lou of flowers, donations may be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2900 North Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607 or at shrinershospitals.org.

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Terry K Levy
   Posted Mon February 06, 2017
I am going to miss Lou. We grew up together.
Such a sweet cousin and great man. He was big
part of my life.

Love always,

C. W. Lartigue IV
   Posted Tue February 07, 2017
Lou was a great dentist and a fine man. I never saw Lou get angry, at Jesuit or at Loyola. He always kept on an even keel. He was a loyal and true friend. He was courageous when faced with adversity. The Jesuit Class of 1960 will miss him.

Tom Cefalu
   Posted Tue February 07, 2017
My condolences to the family. Fond memories of a nice person

Carole Blanco
   Posted Tue February 07, 2017
Thank you Dr Lou for being a great dentist and a great friend.

Ellen Kraus
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
My deepest sympathy for the loss of Dr. Nogues. I remember him and his family when they lived down the street from us on Squadron Dr. in Chalmette. Thoughts and prayers for his family and friends.

Allen Gelpi and family.
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
I am so sorry. He was the best. We went through a lot together, and we laughed a lot. I will never forget. So sorry Mrs. Cathy.

Stephanie Surbeck Colletti
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
Dr Nogues was such an amazing man and dentist. He always treated me as more than his patient since I was just a little bitty girl. He will be so fondly remembered. There will never be another like him. Mrs Kathy and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. He is a beautiful angel now. Rest easy and peacefully now Doc.

John J Martin DVM
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
It is very comforting to know that we will be neighbors at the abbey.

Pat Schneider
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
Lou had been our dentist for a long time our boys went to Holy Cross together (1985) Knowing Lou and Kathy was like adding two more to my family . We went different ways after Katrina but was always kept in our heart and mind Lou we will miss you watch over us children and all the grandchildren your their extra angel now not that you weren't there angel on earth. We loved you much, Pat and Johnny Schneider

Sylvia kruebbe blanchard
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
My sincere condolences to this wonderful family. Our prayers are with both he and his family. It was a pleasure to know both him and his wife. Sylvia, Shannon, Ethan and John Stire

Faith Cassidy
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
I had the honor of caring for "Papa Lou" while at LHH, and the greater privilege of knowing him personally. After a bedside visit, he would never let me leave without a hug, a kiss on my cheek, a squeeze of my hand, and a very "gracious thank you" for spending time with him. I will miss his inviting smile, brilliant mind, and his ever present quick wit. How blessed I am to have been given the opportunity to have known him.

Philip L. Haik JR DDS
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
Louis was my classmate at Loyola; he was a great dentist cared about his patients deeply. He will be missed greatly

Marylynne Verges
   Posted Wed February 08, 2017
I am so sorry to hear about my favorite Doc. He truly was a good man and a great dentist. I have been going to him since I'm 8 years old and he was always calm and put you at ease. My Mother in her older years had a terrible disease and called Doc Nogues constantly...He came in on a Saturday, or for that matter any day of the week, and would sing to her as he worked on her mouth. He put her at ease, in turn putting my nerves to rest for the moment. I will miss him more than you know. Love to Cathy and his children.

Danny O'Keefe
   Posted Thu February 09, 2017
Lou and I sat next to each other in Dental School in alphabetical order. He always had a great attitude, wonderful personality. I believe God placed us, maybe even named us in a manner that put us together. He was a great friend in school and it was always great to see him at our class reunions. Without his help I might never have received a DDS. He was very smart and I was continually asking for his help. He never showed any impatience with me and was always sharing with me.

Winslow Property Management Team
   Posted Thu February 09, 2017
Our condolences on the loss of Dr. Louis Philip Nogues III. You have the deepest sympathies of everyone on our team. We have worked closely with Suzanne over the years and have heard how great of a man Lou is on many occasions.
We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Take care.

Chris McKeown, Frank Normandin, and Zach O'Donnell

Mary Ann Winningkoff
   Posted Fri February 17, 2017
I was so sad to hear about Lou. Cathy, my deepest sympathy to you and the family. He was a good friend and will always be remembered.

Mary Ann

Dee Johnson
   Posted Thu March 30, 2017
So sorry just heard about Dr Nogues passing. He was my dentist and a good man. May the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with his family. Mrs. Marvin Johnson

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