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Avis de décès : M. Harry St. Amand ( - 2005-01-29)

Westfield - Harry "Pete" St. Amand, 49, passed away Saturday, January 29, 2005 at the Western Mass. after a long battle with cancer. He was surrounded by family and close friends.

During his illness Pete never complained and faced his difficult journey with dignity, humor, and most of all great courage.

He was born in Fort Dix, New Jersey and raised in Olympia, Washington where he attended local schools.

He is the son of Harry St. Amand of Reedsport, OR and the late Elaine (Parce) St. Amand.

Upon discharge from the United States Navy in 1978 he settled in Westfield where he made many friends and enjoyed many things including music, fishing, golf, books and laughter. He was employed by C.H. Dexter Corp./Alhstrom of Windsor Locks, CT for 20 years as a power plant operator.

Pete is survived by his wife of 27 years, Sheree (Kenyon) St. Amand; and two children, his best friend and son Zachary T. St. Amand and his wife Heather of Land O Lakes, FL, a daughter and Red Sox buddy Moira who lives at home; and a grandson Nolan who continues the circle of life for us also of Land O Lakes, FL. Pete leaves a sister, Kim Mathews and her husband Matt of Olympia, WA; two brothers, Carter St. Amand and his wife Joni of Idaho, Wade St. Amand and his wife Carol of Olympia, WA; and a special uncle, William St. Amand of Olympia, WA. He also leaves his dear friend and father-in-law Bruce D. Kenyon, Sr. and his mother-in-law Carolyn of Westfield; a sister-in-law, Kimberly C. Hess and her husband Daniel of Southwick; a brother-in-law, B. Donald Kenyon, Jr. of Springfield; as well as several nieces and nephews, and two special friends, Karen Kieda and Brian Houliha, both of Westfield.

Our family would like to thank all of the family and friends who helped carry us through this difficult time. We are beyond grateful to those people who did so much and enriched our lives greatly. A special thanks to the kind and loving healthcare professionals from Riverbend Medical, Holyoke Hospice and the staff of Western Mass. Hospital. There were many who helped Pete live the last two years in the fullest way possible with much music, laughter and love.

Pete, hope the music is sweet and the fishing is fine, see you on the river, love you.

There will be no calling hours and a memorial service will be announced for a later date in the spring.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Cancer House of Hope, 86 Court St., Westfield, MA 01085 or to Dane Farber Cancer Institute, 10 Brookline Place West, Brookline, MA 01077.

Southwick Forastiere Funeral Home of Southwick is in charge of arrangements.


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