Lawrence-St. Peter-Obituary

Lawrence J. St. Peter

Orono, Maine

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Clarence always thought of his great grandsons and although we lived thousands of miles apart, he made sure to think of our boys. RIP Clarence.

My Deepest Sympathy In This Time Of Loss!`

My Deepest Sympathy In This Time Of Loss!

Cousin Clarence was the one who introduced me to the family....I found him through my geneology search and he invited me to come and meet the St Peter clan with a lovely luncheon. I met several of you there and was very happy to make your acquaintance cousins. I am happy to have had the connection and Clarence made that happen.He will be missed.

I did not get to know Clarence as well as I would have liked to but, I will always be thankful for that smile and the wave to me as I would exit my apartment in my wheelchair. He never showed any negative about the 'chair' and in fact would joke with me about it. He knew how to make you smile! He left this world with quite a legacy and doing good things and working very hard at all he endeavored to do. You will be missed in this world Clarence, but I know God has a huge list waiting for...

Cousin Clarence will be missed at the Orono Sr. meals. He always thought of my mother at holidays by sending her cards. He was also at her funeral in January. You will be missed by many.

I remember Clarence from St. Mary's, he got me to come & play as organist for Father Anderson. He was quite a character, and will be missed by many.....prayers for his family.....

Uncle Clarence was one of a kind. He seemed to be at his best in a crowd, and LOVED having a good time with friends...especially if it meant raising he...umm, mischief. I fondly remember the summer gatherings we had at his camp on Pushaw Lake. Uncle and his little poodle 'Lulu' were always the accomodating hosts to family and friends alike. Great times, great guy. I will truly miss him.

Sorry for the loss of Clarence. He was always fun to be around . Best whshes to the family.


Lawrence's Obituary

Lawrence St. Peter passed away in Orono, Maine. Funeral Home Services for Lawrence are being provided by Birmingham Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on March 30, 2013.