Jerry P. St. Andre
1948 - 2021
Clark Family Funeral Chapel & Cremation Service
114 S. Bradley
Mt. Pleasant, MI
JERRY P. ST. ANDRE, age 72, of Mt. Pleasant, passed away Sunday, June 6, 2021, after a long and courageous health battle. Jerry was comforted in his passing by the love of his life for the past 54 years, his devoted wife Mary Beth. Jerry is survived by Mary Beth, his son Jeremy (Rhiannon), grandson Sam, and sister Judy Lee (Brian) Holmes and their family. He is also survived by special family member Nora Adriana Garza and family. Jerry will be greatly missed by his Wolfston family members, Michael (Janice) Wolfston, Barbara (Michael) Andrus, Patricia (Ted) Hawco, John (Barbara) Wolfston, Katie (David) McClimans, and many nieces and nephews. Jerry was blessed to be a man with a great number of friends, from far and near. Jerry was born December 29, 1948, to Paul "Al" and Judy St. Andre in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was a 1967 graduate of West Catholic High School and attended Grand Rapids Community College. He and Mary Beth (Wolfston) met at West Catholic and were married November 27, 1970, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Jerry and Mary Beth relocated to Blanchard, Michigan in 1973 when Jerry began employment at Morbark Industries. Their home in Blanchard was a joyful gathering place. Jerry, Mary, and Jeremy made a life in Mid-Michigan where the family made a host of new friends and enjoyed lots of great times and fun filled adventures. Jerry and Mary founded their business, Grafx Central in 1983 in their home and grew the company to its current location in Mt. Pleasant, where Jeremy continues as Jerry's successor. Jerry was proud to have Jeremy take the reigns of the business and continue its growth. Jerry, Mary Beth, and Jeremy loved traveling, golfing, and entertaining. The times that brought the most joy were the times spent in his beloved Upper Peninsula, from Copper Harbor to Curtis to Mackinaw City. The family takes great comfort that Jerry spent his final week at the family retreat in Mackinaw City surrounded by family. He was able to enjoy the view of the Mighty Mac and the passing freighters as he relaxed with Mary Beth, Jeremy, Sam, Rhiannon, and Judy Lee joining him. The time together was a blessing and treasured memory. A Celebration of Life for Jerry will take place on Saturday, July 31, 2021, from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Sleepy Hollow Hideaway, 4883 S. Littlefield Road, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858. Friends and family are asked to RSVP to: [email protected] Memorial contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Academy Foundation, You may view Jerry's obituary online and send a condolence to the family at
Published by Morning Sun on Jun. 13, 2021.
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Celebration of Life
2:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.
Sleepy Hollow Hideaway
4883 S. Littlefield Road, Mt. Pleasant, MI
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My Condolences to you Mary, Family and friends. Jerry was always a pleasure to be around and always had a great attitude, he will be missed by many but never forgotten
July 29, 2021
So sorry for your loss. The St Andres and our family lived a block from each other and spent a lot of family time together, travels up north, making pasties, going to the pumping station to catch fish, morell hunting and just plain having fun. We hadn’t seen each other in years but the wonderful memories remain.
Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Sandy (Rewa) Stanton
Sandy Stanton
June 14, 2021
So sorry Mary,my sincere

betty Assmann
June 13, 2021
I had always considered Jerry the closest of friends. We shared many common viewpoints and interests. We were partners in the art of getting into trouble. We handled everything so well. Going to miss you good buddy.

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Jerry. It’s hard to get a grip on the news.

The four of us have had many good times together. There are numerous happy memories.

We extend our love and sympathy to Mary Beth, Jeremy, and the entire family. You are all thought of and kept in our prayers.
John and Judy Dzierwa
June 12, 2021
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