- 65 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 29, 1946
- Place of birth:
Winthrop, Maine, United States
- Date of passing: Jul 28, 2012
|Let the memory of Stephen St. Hilaire, our Dad, Papa, Brother, and Friend live forever in our hearts.|
This memorial website was created in the memory of my Dad, Stephen St. Hilaire. Dad was born on October 29, 1946 and passed away at his home in Bradenton, Florida on July 28, 2012, after battling Progressive Bulbar Palsy. We will remember his strength, smile, and even his bad jokes forever.
"Thinking of you. I often do! RIP and keep looking out for me! Love you"
"Hope they're serving chocolate cake and lots of ice cream in Heaven today, Dad! Happy 69th - we miss you! ❤️"
"We talked last week at our Vet Center about Steve for quite awhile and remembered how much we miss his presence and sense of humor - I sat in his old chair for the meeting which we usually keep empty. God bless him and his family"
"I can't believe three years have gone by since we lost you, Dad. You are in my heart and my thoughts every day. It is hard to put words to the blessings and continued support and guidance I still feel from you. And it is in my dreams where you most frequently visit me, that I am the most thankful. Love you always, Derek."
"Thinking of you today and always, Dad. I wish you were still here on Earth to enjoy your grandaughters growing up but I know that you're watching over us. We miss you!
"Missing you! Love you"
"Well Dad, though you were a Yankees fan (and I rooted against you for the Red Sox) I know you would have been watching the World Series tonight and rooting for the Giants since your grand daughters were! We love and miss you every day! Wish you were here with us so I could call you 'old' on your 68th birthday!
"Steve I sit in your old seat every Thursday. That way I remember all the many contributions you made to our group over the years. We all miss you."
"Steve and I sat next to each other for about 7 years at our weekly Vet Center group in Sarasota. Terrific sense of humor and always had some really great one-liners. Even after he lost his voice he would pass me jokes written on a pad he had. He loved his family and his country and we at the Vet Center group will all miss him greatly."
"I will never forget all th good times we had... bowling alley, hitch-hiking to Wayne, nights in the tent-never could listen to the Red Sox unless they were playing th Yanks! I tried for years to get a peanut butter sandwich of Tete, never happened!
Tete's favorite song " Pretty Woman "
Rest in Peace.. You will be sadly missed, Wrigley"
"Papa - i couldnt ask for anyone better. You were the best grandpa anyone could ever ask for. You did everything for me and i miss you so much. I love you with all my heart and i miss you already. I wish i could give you one last hug. I know your happier now and in a better place with goldie and your parents. I love you Papa. I'll never forget you. I promise. ~ Angelica (Bean)"
"tete was about family and friends,a good person who will be sadly missed by many people."
"since I had only sisters at the home, I found my escape at the St.Hilaire's house who took me in as one of their own. Tete was like a older brother to me. I'll never forget his unique sense of humor, always in time with a one liner in response to any remark, the cast of characters that surrounded him, "Ryder", "Wimp"," Skitch", "Moochie", "Hank Snow",etc. RIP brother, "honk" on!"
"Sorry about Steve's passing, he was a wonderful nephew and will be missed by the family. Wish I could be with the family during this very difficult time.My thoughts and prayers are with you.
"We were saddened to hear of Tete's passing and our love goes out to you all. Walk in peace...
Jinny Bryant & Dick Hayford"
"To the St. Hilaire family,
Tete was a wonderful person, always with a smile, a joke, and a caring word. As echoed by many, he will be greatly missed by his loving family and friends. My sincere condolences."
"To the family,
So very sorry for your loss.
Doreen (Rogers) Crocker, Class of 64"
"From agnes hayford: I enjoyed working with you and had alot of fun at the American Legion Post 40. You will be greatly missed and my condolences go out to the family.Rest in peace !"
"I was so very sorry to hear about Tete. Thinking of the whole family during this sad time. Love, Katie"
"my dad work with steve at carlton, Deaths a deat do too nature we all must pay it ,but it allways comes to soon . my deepest heart felt goes out to the ones that will miss him everyday."
"Dearest Mr. Hilarious, it was a pleasure and honor to have you in my little practice a few times. I was wondering a lot what happened to you the last few months. Now I know. It was a blessing to have experienced your extraordinary presence, your dry (perfect) humor. I am certain you will make sure everybody is well entertained up there. Love, light & blessings to you and your family."
"To my old High School pal, Steve "Skunk" St. Hilaire. We had some great times playing basketball with the PAL Team, in your grandmothers barn, and during PE. Skipping school on Friday afternoons and having your Mom make us fluffernutters, playing cribbaged, and sneaking down to the bowling alley to play pinball and smoke cigs. Riding around with Wally and going to parties. Rest in Peace!"
"Thinking of you all at this time. Love you Derek!"
"I am so sorry to hear about your fathers passing Kim and Derek. Hugs to you and your family. - Debbie"
"He was a good man. Always stood up for what was right and always quick with a joke to de-fuse a situation. You are truly missed."
"Tete will be missed by all his family and friends but he will now be watching over everyone from Heaven. Rest in Peace to one of WHS Alumni"
"I grew up with Tete on Hanson St. and have fond memories of our childhood days-playing ball at St. Hilaire's field; sleeping out in the old tent; listening to Yankees ball games and getting in and out of trouble. He was a good friend and will be greatly missed. Pat and I send our condolences to all the St. Hilaire family. "Go Yankees"! Say Hi to Roger and Micky! Tim & Pat Fish"
"So sad over the passing of Tete, what a wonderful man, more than people know! He never bragged about people he helped in this town, there were soooo many!! 1st to step in to a fight so nobody else got hurt & he could handle any situation! Tete, was a StHilaire, and very proud of his family,ALL of them, rest in peace."
"One of the best men I ever met. Mom and I will miss you. Trivia and trips to the VA with DW. Good times. On the up side now you can have another Budweiser. Miss you"
"So sorry for your loss--remember Tete from Winthrop High School class of '65--you are in my thoughts and prayers...the memories are a lifeline--hold onto them!"
Well now you can have your steak again. You are so loved and missed. Thanks for the fun filled, loving, lasting memories. your jokes were da bomb. Gosh, you will be missed! ...he's your's now God! Continue to watch over me and my kids Tete! xoxo Love Chris, Jessica and Josh"
"I worked with Steve, Armand, and Pete for a long time. Steve always had something funny to tell you to give you a laugh for the day. I have not seen him for years but I can see the resemblance to Armand. He looks like a great family man. I'm so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family. God bless...."
"We miss you Tete. Your stories and infectious laugh will forever live in our hearts."
"I am sorry to learn of Tete's passing. We graduated together in the class of 1965. He was one of the nicest guys and always had a wonderful smile whenever we saw each other. My sincerest condolences to all of Tete's family and friends. May he rest in peace."
"So sorry to hear of Steve's passing. We were classmates at WHS, Class of 1965. I remember him as always being a fun loving guy. Sympathies to his family and friends. May he Rest In Peace."
"love you brother"
"Tete and I grew up just one street apart > he was such a part of the Hanson St - Greenwood Ave gang in our early lives. Baseball games on the Weston-Reynolds field (that divided H St and G Ave). Climbing apple trees at Woodman's orchard. He was one of the nicest, down to Earth and funniest men I have ever had the privilege, and pleasure, of knowing. God Bless him and all of you..."
"One great guy with a great big heart who loved life, family & friends very much! We will miss him, his smile, jokes, laughter and Spring visits. Rest well Tete. Love ~ Sharon, Rick & Eleanor"
""I really miss you Papa I love you so much!"
I miss you so much already! I love you Papa!
- Emma Bean!"
"I hope they serve peanut butter sandwiches and Budweiser in Heaven
And that you are playing ball with Goldie as I type this
And cracking bad jokes
I miss you so much already! I love you Dad! - Kim (Bonk)"
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