Dr. Jeffrey-St.Clair-Obituary

Dr. Jeffrey Thomas St.Clair

New Orleans, Louisiana

Age 54


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Dr. Jeffrey Thomas St. Clair, of River Ridge, LA, formerly of Princeton, WV, passed away on Nov. 03, 2017 at University Hospital in New Orleans. Jeff was born on Oct. 04, 1963 in Princeton and was the son of Nancy White St. Clair of Princeton, WV and Dr. David Thomas St. Clair (Denise) of...

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Jeff was a great Dr. I had the privilege of getting to know him and work with him as a Resident at Charity in the ER and I a Nurse there. . He spoke highly of his mom and brother and wanted to assist getting his brother through pharmacy school. He didnt care if you had money or not..he cared that he did the right thing for the patients. I looked up to him and several others there in the ER. He knew how to work hard and he knew how to have a fun time as well. I will miss knowing that he was...

I so fondly remember you talking of your son when our friend Dr Mac Cyphers passed. I am truly sorry for your lost and just learned of it. God bless you.
Kristie Anderson Weaver

My heart is broken as I heard the news. Jeff and I dated for awhile. We had many fond memories he also taught my two girls how to swim when they were little. I temember when we first met TAZ Jeff was determined to gain his trust and eventually they became inseparable. I'd talk to him often he'd always send me pictures of how big TAZ was getting . Jeff touched many with his love and dedication in the medical field. We miss him and sending prayers to his family.

I have put this off, thinking that if I didn't post that this nightmare wasn't real. in my younger years I idolized Jeff as all of us teen did, then when we got older I had the chance to get to know Jeff in a intimate way by dating some. Jeff was a wonderful Son, Brother, Friend, teammate, Athlete, Doctor etc...He had a heart of gold and always put his feelings before anyone else. Jeff will also have a special place in my heart. Prayers for all the family and friends of Jeff.

I am so saddened by this news. Jeff was my first boyfriend in High School and will always hold a special place in my heart. I have some great memories. Prayers to all.

Jeff was a good friend of mine. We played a lot of ball together and hung out at the Princeton pool. My first concert was with Jeff and his Dad. We went to see Kiss. Great memories. You will be missed. Rest In Peace my friend.

Tommy, Nancy and Schon - I have so many fond memories of Jeff. But to the top he was an accomplished physician, a wonderful athlete, and an admired friend to many. He will always be a teammate for life. My thoughts are with you at this most difficult time.

Family and Friends. As you grieve know that I am thinking of you and honoring the life and memory of Jeff.

From the first day I met Tom St. Clair in 1971 as freshmen entering dental school at WVU, I heard about Jeff and Schon. Virtually every weekend Saint was in Princeton and on Monday I would start listening to stories about the boys and the dogs. Every conversation since, for 46 years included Jeff.

Tom, I know how much you love Jeff and I want you to know that you have not lost him. In real terms, no body is lost when you know where they are, and he is in Heaven.