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Ronald Allen St. Pierre

Ronald “Ron” Allen St. Pierre, beloved husband, father and grandfather, passed away Sept. 14, 2006, with his family at his side at Roundup Memorial Hospital in Montana.Ron was born June 17, 1933, in Los Angeles, to William and Josephine (Shearer) St. Pierre.Ron entered the Air Force in 1950, proudly served his country for four years, and was in the Korean War.Ron married Sylvia Malasch in Winterhaven, Calif.Ron moved to Silt in 1970 and worked in the refrigeration/appliance business. He started his own appliance business in the 1980s and worked until retirement.He moved to Winnett, Mont., in October of 2005, where he could enjoy his retirement doing the things he loved.Ron always showed his love to his children by providing the good things in life, sharing his wisdom and instilling morals. Ron was a wonderful father who managed to unify his children throughout life.He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping with his family and friends.He enjoyed sharing life experiences with his many friends and had plenty to share with the full life he led. He will be missed by the many people he touched.Ron is survived by his wife; brother Bill (Sue) Peters; sister Sue Murray; children Ron Jr. (Wanda) St. Pierre, Eva Graham, Kenney (Vickie) St. Pierre, Ava (Rodney) Cogburn, Frank (Carrie) Hessel, Brette (Genette) St. Pierre, Maurice (Teresa) Hessel, and Kim (Donnie) Scarrow, 23 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his first wife, Kay; son Mark and great-grandson Miles Rippy.A memorial service was held Sept. 18 in Winnett. A small service on Coulter Mesa will follow at a later date.


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