A top competitor with a never-say-die attitude are attributes of Gerry Nadeau, an all-star performer at Bartlett High School.
Gerry played three sports at Bartlett during the early 1970s. He played: baseball for four years and was captain his senior year; basketball for three years, captain of the team his senior year; and football for three years, playing quarterback.
Gerry was a multi-talented baseball player, gaining much notoriety as a pitcher. Using a mixture of intelligence and skill, he baffled many batters during mount assignments. He was an above average hitter and a good defensive infielder.
Likewise in basketball, he used a combination of athletic prowess and brainpower as a playmaking guard to help lead the Indians to successful seasons. He was an above average scorer and a steady defensive performer.
Gerry’s Bartlett High School athletic honors, recognitions, and achievements include: named to the Worcester Telegram & Evening Gazette Baseball and Basketball All-Star teams in 1974, his senior year; member of the District Champion Bartlett High School baseball team in 1973; recipient of the George Finnegan Award in 1974; and playing key roles on Bartlett High’s Clark Tournament Championship basketball teams in 1973 and 1974.
During his high school career, Gerry played and starred in American Legion Baseball for the Webster-Dudley team during the summer months.
After graduation, Gerry went to the University of Lowell where he played on the baseball team for three years.
Gerry is employed by UGA Field Services as a District Sales Manager. His professional achievements include: Member of the One Million Dollar Club in sales volume for one year and All-Star Team in Personal Production in the country.
Gerry has three children, Kerri, 21, Kyle 17, and Seth, 16.