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« on: September 12, 2018, 03:24:35 PM »



September 9, 2018

Lt Col Paul Mondoux
Commander
Monadnock Composite Squadron, NH Wing

Paul E. Mondoux, 63, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, September 9th. He was born in Nashua son of the late Raymond and Sylvia Mondoux. Paul was raised and educated in Nashua and also earned a masters degree prior to working for Lockead Martin for many years as an IT Engineer. He volunteered with the Auxiliary United States Air Force as a commander for the search and rescue unit of the Civil Air Patrol, an officer with the Manchester Motorcycle Club, served on the Board of Directors for the town of Merrimack, and was a Lieutenant with the Merrimack Fire Department. In his free time Paul enjoyed photography, shooting, Ti Chi, Shaolin Kempo in which he earned a black belt, was always up on the latest electronic gadgets, but most of all spending time with his family especially his grand kids whom he adored.
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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2018, 09:08:02 PM »

MERRIMACK -- The local fire department is mourning the loss of one of its on-call volunteers firefighters who died in a motorcycle crash Sunday.

Paul Mondoux, 63, was driving his motorcycle along I-293 in Manchester about 4:30 p.m. Sunday when he left the roadway just after the split, according to police.

“The motorcycle continued along the shoulder of the roadway and struck a metal guardrail,” said New Hampshire State Police.

Mondoux was pronounced dead at the scene.

During his career as an on-call EMS volunteer, Mondoux responded to numerous motor vehicle accidents.

“He spent a lot of time volunteering for us and in the community. You don’t see that much anymore,” said Assistant Fire Chief Richard Pierson of Merrimack Fire Rescue.

Mondoux worked behind the scenes to make sure that every response call had enough firefighters and emergency medical technicians on hand.

He served as president of the Merrimack Call Firefighters Association, and was lieutenant of Merrimack Fire Rescue’s EMS volunteers division.

Pierson said the volunteer division is not very active, but said Mondoux kept the unit alive by working two nights a week and one weekend a month by responding to ambulance calls, driving ambulances to the hospital or assisting patients in need.

“He did love his motorcycles,” Pierson said of Mondoux.

Police said in a statement that the circumstances surrounding Mondoux’s motorcycle accident are still under investigation, although speed is believed to be a factor. No other vehicles were involved in the crash, which occurred along the shoulder of the highway.

Several northbound lanes of I-293 were closed for about three hours on Sunday while authorities investigated.

Some of those who knew Mondoux posted condolences on social media Monday.

“Heartbreaking for all who knew Paul. He was an incredibly kind person,” wrote James Dauphinais.

According to Pierson, Mondoux was studying to become an advanced EMT. Previously, the Merrimack resident was active with the American Red Cross and was a CPR instructor.

Prior to retirement, Mondoux was a computer analyst at Lockheed Martin. He applied those software skills volunteering with the town’s technology committee, on which he had been serving as chairman.

Mondoux also was chairman of the Greater Nashua Medical Reserve Corp.
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« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2018, 09:11:33 PM »

Lt Col Paul E. Mondoux
Monadnock Composite Squadron
New Hampshire Wing

July 11, 1955 - September 09, 2018

Paul E. Mondoux
, 63, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, September 9th. He was born in Nashua son of the late Raymond and Sylvia Mondoux. Paul was raised and educated in Nashua and also earned a masters degree prior to working for Lockead Martin for many years as an IT Engineer. He volunteered with the Auxiliary United States Air Force as a commander for the search and rescue unit of the Civil Air Patrol, an officer with the Manchester Motorcycle Club, served on the Board of Directors for the town of Merrimack, and was a Lieutenant with the Merrimack Fire Department. In his free time Paul enjoyed photography, shooting, Ti Chi, Shaolin Kempo in which he earned a black belt, was always up on the latest electronic gadgets, but most of all spending time with his family especially his grand kids whom he adored.
 
Paul will be greatly missed by his wife Luane Mondoux, son Johnathan Mondoux and his wife Heather of Wilton, daughters Tanya Mondoux of Nashua, Amanda Mondoux of Weare, brothers Philip Mondoux and his wife Trisha of Nashua, Richard Mondoux and his wife Lisa of California, Robert Mondoux of Laconia, Grandchildren Christopher, Amber, Breana, Christine and Lauren.
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