On Friday, Dec. 18, 2009, Wayne Joseph St. Pierre was released from his Earthly bond. From his birth on March 28, 1944, until the day of his passing, the man bestowed on family and friends the largesse of his kindness and caring.
He joins his parents Lelia Hymel and Albin Joseph St. Pierre Sr.; and brothers: Albin Joseph St. Pierre Jr. and Stanislaus St. Pierre.
Those who are left behind to bear the burden of grief are his wife Robin Lawyer, a brother, a sister, two daughters, a son, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
He was a man to match mountains and seas, and we are better for his time shared among us.
To recognize his having touched our lives, friends and family gathered together on Dec. 22 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Luling. A Mass was celebrated and burial took place at St. Charles Cemetery on Paul Maillard Road.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, 7887 Walmsey Ave. in New Orleans.
Friends and family are invited to send their condolences to www.mem.com. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of H.C. Alexander Funeral Home in Norco.
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