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Obituary: Jean Claude (John) St. Pierre

Jean Claude (John) St. Pierre, May 13, 1950 - Sept 26, 2018
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Jean Claude (John) St. Pierre, May 13, 1950 – Sept 26, 2018

John St. Pierre left this world Thursday, September 27th. John was born in Woonsocket, RI, but his heart was always in Colorado. He spent many years in the 70’s and 80’s in Frisco, CO as a builder and volunteer firefighter. Life led him back to St. Louis, Mo where he met his current wife, Lorinda (Lori) St. Pierre. Eventually the Mountains called again and both of them were able to relocate to Steamboat Springs, Co in 2010. John drove the city bus for a short period and love interacting with the tourist. He settled back into construction and left his mark in Hayden Colorado building homes in the Lakewood Subdivision. A Celebration of his life will be Thursday, October 4th at the Yampa Valley Funeral Home in Steamboat Springs from 5 – 9 PM. John is survived by his wife, Lori; Daughter Michelle Elise Huelsman (spouse Darrin); Son Jean Paul St. Pierre, Brothers Marcel and Maurice St. Pierre and Sisters Rochelle Wells-Schroter and Monique Tedino. Step Children: Michael W Fishbeck (spouse Jessica), Sara L Koop (spouse Bryan) and Grandchildren: Maria, Ashley, Angelica and Noel. His beloved pets: Zena, Buddy, Lucy and Oliver.
In lieu of flowers, John would appreciate donations to https://routthumane.org/support-rchs/make-tribute-memorial-donation; or https//secure2.convio.net/mda/site/donation


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