John Bernard St. Louis

PRESS-REPUBLICAN MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1991
J. Bernard St. Louis

Plattsburgh, J Benard
St. Louis. 76, of 7E
Beekman Court died Saturday,
March 9, 1991, at the CVPH
Medical Center.
He was born in Saranac on
Oct, 31, 1914, the son of Fred
and Victoria (LaPan) St. Louis.
On Nov. 10, 1984, he married
Flora G. (LaClair) LaPoint in St.
Bernard’s Church in Lyon*
Mountain. He was previously
married to the former Hazel
Brunell, who died March 9,1983.
Mr. St. Louis retired in 1971
from New York State Electric &
Gas, where he had been a supervisor,
after 31 years with
NYSEG an4 previously with
Niagara Mohawk. He had served
with the U.S. Army during
World War II.
He was a member of the Plattsburgh
Lodge of Elks; was on
the Board of Directors of the
Senior Citizens Council; was a
fourth-degree knight and a
member of the Plattsburgh
Council 255 of the Knights of
Columbus; and was a member of
St. John’s Church
Besides his wife he is survived
by a sister, Mrs. Marie Goddeau
of Cadyville; two brothers.
rEdgar St. Louis and Leonard St.
Louis, both -of Schenectady;
three stepdaughters, Judy
Noreault of Merrill and Jerri
Hilliker and Mrs. Albert (Elaine)
LaTour, both of Plattsburgh;
one stepson, Dan LaPoint of
Plattsburgh; nine grandchildren,
four great-grandchildren and
• several nieces and nephews. His
brother, Joseph St. Louis, died
earlier. A stepson, Donald La-
Point, died in 1989.
Calling hours will be today
from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m.
at the R.W. Walker Funeral
Home. Members of the Plattsburgh
Lodge of Elks will meet
for ritualistic services tonight at
7:30 at the funeral home. The
Knights of Columbus will meet
at 7:45 p.m. Funeral services will
be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St.
John’s Church. Burial will be in
Mt. Carmel Cemetery in the
I spring.

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Edith St Louis

Press- Republican—Monday, March 30,1981
Edith Brown
SARANAC LAKE – Mrs. Edith
Brown, 85, died Saturday morningat
Placid Memorial Hospital.
She was a longtime resident of
Saranae Lake, living at 9 Van Buren
St.
She was born in Whippleville on
June 15, 1895, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph St. Louis.
She was married to Charles W.
Brown, who died May 13,1960.
Mrs. Brown was a seamstress for
Edelburg’s Furrier, sewing linings
in fur garments.
She is survived by three
daughters, Mrs.JDorothy Rochester
and Mrs. Eleanor Gothier, both of
Saranae Lake and Mrs. Muriel Rafferty
of Batavia; seven grandc
hildren and six great –
grandchildren.
Calling hours will be at the
Keough and Son Funeral Home 2 to
4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. *
A Bible vigil service will be held
at 7:30 tonight at the funeral home.
A mass of Christian burial will be
held Tuesday at 11:15 a.m. at St.
Bernard’s Church
Burial will be in the parish
Cemetery.

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Edward St Louis

Tuesday, November 9, 1965 Massena, N. Y„ Observer

EDWARD ST. LOUIS

Edward St. Louis, 46, of 3
Lombardo Ave., died in Ross
Memorial Institute, Buffalo, Sunday
morning^.Nov 7, 1965,after
being in declining health some
time.-
The body was brought to the
Reagan Funeral Chapel. Funeral
services will be held Wednes
day morning at 10 o’clock at
St. Mary s Church with’ burial
in Calvary Cemetery.
Mr. St. Louis was hearing
his 25-year service record at
Massena Works, Alcoa.
He was born at Ausable Forks,
Sept. 12, 1909, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James St. Louis. The family
lived in Saranac Lake before
coming to Massena in 1941. He
served inWorld War 2 and held
the rank of corporal.
Surviving are his wife, the former
Irene Ryan Rabetoy; bne
daughter, Carol; the parents
now residing in Massena; six
brothers, Clifford, Wallace, Alston,
Lloyd, Marvin^ and Milton
St. Louis, all of Massena; three
sisters, Mrs. Violet Minozzi, of
Massena, Mrs. John (Edith)
Amerosso, New Rochelle and
Mrs. Merton (Adeline) Skeels, of
Vermontvilie.

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Adeline St Louis

Press republican WEDNESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 6 1989

Adeline M. Skeels

BLOOMINGDALE – Adeline
M.Skeels, 72, of the Overlook
Apartments, Bloomingdale. died
Monday, Sept. 4, 1989, at the
General Hospital of Saranac
Lake.
She was born June 10. 1917. in
AuSable Forks, the daughter of
James and Sophia (Robare) St.
Louis.
Mrs. Skeels lived in the area
most of her life and was a
member of the 55 Plus Club and
the Bloomingdale and Vermontvile
Senior Citizens. Her husband,
Merton Skeels, whom she
married in 1940, died in 1988.
Survivors include two daughters,
Marie Gonyea of Star Lake
and Cora Hinkley of Saranac
Lake; a son, Keith Skeels of
Texas; three brothers, Alston St.
Louis of Madrid and Wallace
and Marvin St. Louis, both of
Massena; eight grandchildren,
two great-grandchildren and
several nieces and newphews.
Five brothers and two sisters
died earlier.
Calling hours will be at the
Fortune Funeral Home from 1 to
3 p.m. today where funeral services
will follow at 3 p.m. Burial
will follow in Union Cemetery in
Vermontville.
Memorial donations may be
made to the Star Lake Rescue
Squad in care of the Fortune
Funeral Home.

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James W St Louis

Massena, N. Y., Observer 5
Tuesday, May 30,1967
JAMES W. ST. LOUIS

James W. St. Louis, 85, of 30
Parker Ave., died in Massena
Memorial Hospital at 3 o’clock
Friday afternoon, May 26, 1967,
where he had been a patient
three days.
The body was at the Reagan
Funeral Chapel. Funeral services
were held Monday morning
at 10 o’clock in Sacred Heart
Church with burial in Calvary
Cemetery.
Surviving are the wife, Mrs.
Sophia Robare St. Louis; six
sons, Clifford,, Wallace, Alston,
Lloyd, Marvin and Milton St.
Louis, all of Massena; three
daughters, Mrs. Violet Minozzi,
Massena, Mrs. John (Edith)
Amerosso, New Rochelle, and
Mrs. Merton (Adeline) Skeels,
Vermontville; 25 grandchildren
and 20 grea tgrandchildren
two sisters Mrs. Edith- Brown,
Saranac Lake and a sister,
Louise, in Boston.
Mr. St. Louis was born in Ellenburg
Feb. 28, 1882, a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph St. Louis.
He resided in the Ellenburg-
Malone area- until coming to
Massena 22 years. He was a
Mason and carpenter by trade.

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Fred St Louis

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