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Rene St. Pierre

Rene Lucien St. Pierre

Sunday, February 14th, 1937 - Monday, October 5th, 2020
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Obituary

Rene Lucien St. Pierre, 83, lifelong resident of Berwick, passed away peacefully at his home on October 5, 2020 with his family by his side after a period of declining health.
He was born in South Berwick on February 14, 1937, the oldest son of Lucien and Clara (Lambert) St.Pierre
He attended St. Michael’s grammar school and was a 1956 graduate of Berwick High School.
An incredible hard worker, Rene was a farmer, used car dealer, 37 year dedicated employee and supervisor at General Electric, and served in the Army National Guard artillery division in his younger years.
Rene married the love of his life Marion Higgins in 1961 and together they proudly raised their three children on the family farm on Wentworth Road.
Many friendships were formed at his car dealership ‘Rene’s Used Cars’ in Berwick over the years with customers and fellow car dealers. It was a hobby he truly enjoyed.
In his younger years when not at his dealership, or at his “second shift” job at General Electric, he could be found working at the family farm with his younger brother Eddy, and his sons.
Retirement was good to him as it allowed more time in the fields driving his favorite Allis Chalmers Tractors and making hay in the sunshine, an activity he enjoyed right up to the end with his brother, sons, and grandsons. He took great care in being a good steward of the land and caretaker for the animals.
He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years Marion; a daughter Sandra Chaplin of Berwick; two sons David and his wife Monica of Berwick; Dana and his wife Jennifer of North Berwick; Grandchildren Alyssa Melson, Amber Chaplin, Benjamin, Anna and Luke St.Pierre: Brother Eddy St.Pierre and his wife Monique from Berwick, and numerous relatives.
The family would like to extend their deepest appreciation to Beacon Hospice, who with Rene’s granddaughter, Amber, took such great care of him in his final days.
A communicant of Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church in South Berwick, services for Rene will be announced at a later date.
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Bill Crowther

Posted at 07:44pm
Working on the St Pierre farm was a privilege and pleasure. Working for Rene was a true lesson in how to live life to the fullest. My heart will always remember his kindness. My condolences to Marion and the entire St Pierre family. Sincerely, Bill Crowther
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Frederick S. Goodrich

Posted at 08:41pm
I have a lot of respect for the St. Pierre family and was sorry to read that Rene had passed. Please accept my sincere condolences. I always enjoyed talking with Rene even though the subject was many times something to do with insurance. He was a real gentleman and we always got along well. He will be missed.
The Memory Wall pictures are a nice touch and well done.
God bless to you all.
Fred Goodrich
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Cathy Davidson

Posted at 05:20pm
To The St. Pierre Family, This is such heartbreaking news. Rene and his lovely wife are two amazing people. My husband Dan worked with Rene at G.E. for several years on 2nd shift. They became quite good friends. Dan and I worked opposite shifts so our kids always had one of us. When I was working, on many occasions, Dan would take our 3 kids out to Rene's farm. Oh, how the kids loved it there petting the cows and getting cookies or a treat. They were treated like one of the Grandkids. (They are all in their 30's now). Rene's Used Cars were blessings to us. We owned 3. A white station wagon, a blue Pontiac and the best one of all was the little Festiva. Both of our daughters learned to drive in it. Rene got the biggest kick out of Dan practically folding his 6' frame to get into that little car. Some of our greatest moments are because of you. You are such an amazing family. Our hearts are so sad and we join you in grieving. May God Bless all of you and may the memories of this man always make you smile.
Dan and Cathy Davidson, Snyder, TX
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Larry Reynolds

Posted at 08:46am
My thoughts are with your family. I'll always remember Rene's delight when finding another adjustable wrench at a swap meet.

Larry Reynolds
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Armand pay

Posted at 10:23am
To ST. Pierre Family
Sorry to hear of Rene's passing.
He was a great man, always enjoyed talking with him.
He is in our thoughts and prayers.
Armand and Joyce Pay
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