Mrs. St. Pierre I was very sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. He was a wonderful man, a great friend to my family (Bob and Joan LeGrand). He will be deeply missed by all. Roxann LeGrand Baker
DEAR DOROTHY & FAMILY: SO SORRY TO HEAR OF DON'S PASSING;HE WAS A GIANT OF A MAN WHO LOVED FAMILY, FRIENDS AND
COMMUNITY. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE
WITH YOU AT THIS SAD TIME.
SAL & ANN CANATA, CLEARWATER, FL.
"Uncle" Donald and "Auntie" Dorthy, You have both been such a huge part of my life growing up! I have such wonderful memories, but I will really treasure our most recent visit in Ogunquit, two years ago. It was such a blessing to have you tell stories of my Dad, Larry Theroux. You brought him alive to my husband and my 4 sons!! Watching their faces as you told stories of my father was priceless! You are such a special person and the most caring, wonderful guy I know! God bless you and tell my Dad "hi"! I know you are with him! XOXO
Jodie Ann Theroux Callahan
Sandra and I are saddened by the news of Donald"s passing.A good man and he will be remembered with great fondness and affection, Tom and Sandy Honan Charleston S.C.
he was aawesome man and hero, and will be missed by all his friends at 711
I am a better man for having known you.
Truly a great guy you will be missed. I will miss running into Saint at one of his stops for coffee at the Dunkin Donuts in Granby. I used to love chatting with him. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Dorothy, We will all miss Donald. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With Sincere Sympathy, cousin Viola Donze and family.
Dear Dottie Thinking of you at this difficult time.
There are no words....I am a better person for having known Saint....You will be in my prayers. Janet Doolittle
Please know my entire family send our deepest sympathy to Don's family. My dad (George Pelc )who has passed was friends with Don. Don also grew up with my mom (Alice (Fournier) Pelc. Again remember the happy memories they help in this emotional time. Sincerely, Alice Pelc, George Pelc Jr, Brian & Teresa (Pelc) Tarbox
donald, youare gone but you will not be forgotten. we had many good years working together as partners and friends. you will always be in my thoughts.
Saint, we will miss seeing you out in the yard and chatting with you at the Egg&I. He was only a quiet guy to those who didn't know him. Dorothy, we are so sad for your loss. He will be missed by friends, family, and the community.
Raking leaves in the Fall just won't be the same anymore.
A true Saint of a man. My childhood paragon.
Saint, Where do I begin to tell you what a wonderful, caring and loving person you always were. I'm grateful for all the wonderful memories I have of you and the warm and guiding hand with humor that you always gave us as we were all growing up in South Hadley. One of the memories I hold dear was when I was just barely a teenager and we lived over the clothing store in the Center and on hot nights, I would sleep out on the enclosed porch. As you were making your nightly rounds and checking the doors I would make spooky noises and you would look up and say "All right Gren. Knock it off."
You will always hold a special place in our hearts and we will see when we get home.
Much Love and Thank you for all that you are.
The Grenier Girls
My childhood years are filled with memories of you.
To the man who helped keep me on the straight and narrow during my youth. RIP Officer St. Pierre your watch is over.