Reggie St. Pierre

Lewiston - Reginald “Reggie” G. St. Pierre Jr., passed away unexpectedly February 2, 2011 at Central Maine Medical Center. He was born in Brunswick, July 28, 1967, a son of Reginald G. St. Pierre Sr. and Nancy (Curit) Harris. He was a graduate of Freeport High School and enjoyed playing sports. He continued enjoying sports throughout his life, but his biggest passion was watching his own children play sports. Reggie served in the U.S. Army as a Cpl during Desert Storm and was a member of the American Legion Post # 86 in Gray. Reggie was employed by Wal-Mart for the last four years as a truck driver, participating in many of their organizations. Some of those organizations included The Trucker Buddy Program, Wal-Mart Heart, Store Ambassador Program, and he also participated in Wreaths Across America. Reggie enjoyed spending time with his family, especially the annual family camping trip to Mt. Blue State Park. He also was an avid Red Sox fan and Patriots fan. Recently Reggie purchased his dream car a 2006 Dodge Daytona Special Edition. He leaves behind his wife of 11 years, Misty (Guptill) St. Pierre of Gray; his parents; his step-mother, Sharon Hubbard; his mother-in-law, Roberta Guptill; his children, Kayla Boutin of Berwick, Ashley Guptill, Alyssa St. Pierre, Tyler St. Pierre all of Gray; one grandson, Cameron; his siblings, Debbie Kowalewsky and husband Drew, Jodi Morse and husband Jay, Mandy King and husband George, Heather Norton and husband Luke, Tricia Harris and Holly Harris; his memere, Stella St. Pierre; his very close aunt, Winnie Britton; and his extended family, Michael and Patty Brown, Wayne and Michelle Brown, Mark and Sandy Guptill, and Lisa and Brian Dunlap; he also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and friends.


  • Visitation Sunday, February 6, 2011
  • A Funeral Service Monday, February 7, 2011
  • Visitation Sunday, February 6, 2011

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ree crutchfield

January 29, 2018

I wish u can see me often in heaven

jeanette fernstrom

March 9, 2011

Iam sorry for your loss,I did not know Reggie but I bet he was a great guy.Thank you for his service in the Army and driving the truck for Wreaths Across America.
jeanette a Blue Star Mother of 2 in the Army and from post 164 Falmouth

Jeff Murdock

February 11, 2011

As a new Walmart driver, I'd only spoken with Reggie a couple of times, but I'd driven his tractor and it was full of family photos. I've thought of him often since his passing. You've suffered a tremendous loss, my prayers are with you.

Kathy Parker

February 8, 2011

Misty I am sadden by your family's and Nancy's was a priviledge to be able to attend his service, I'm everyone is very proud of the tribute that his friends and family gave him. Seldom have I attended a service where there is standing room only. Having been part of Reggie's family when he was little, it was a great pleasure to meet him again as an adult, and to meet his wife and children. Bless you and may you find peace with God
Kathy Parker (Reggie's Aunt in Love)

Sandi Reilly

February 8, 2011

I only knew who Reggie was as a kid but know many of his extended family.
My sympathies to all of his Loved Ones during this difficult time.
~ RIP Young Man ~

Tom Blanchette

February 7, 2011

Reggie's light will burn bright at WalMart for eternity in the lives he touched through the WalMart Heart program, Trucker Buddy, and the freindships he forged there. I was fortunate to call him a friend. God Bless your whole family. Tom Blanchette & Family.

Dana and Diana Murphy

February 6, 2011

Sorry to hear about Reggie. Our thoughts are with you

Rick Peacock

February 6, 2011

I am so glad I had the honor of growing up in school with Reggie, and later on in life becoming his brother in law. We had good times and great memories that I will always cherish. I'm proud to have known someone who built his life around caring for his family in such a way that is above and beyond the call of duty. I will always be grateful to Reggie for being a wonderful "Uncles" to my children and a great friend to me. Misty, please know that if you ever need to get away or just want a friend to listen, there's a house on a dead end street in Yarmouth where the door is always open to you and the kids. My thoughts and prayers go out to each and every one of you during this very difficult time. All my love, Rick.

Doreen, Rob and Ben Roy

February 6, 2011

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Rosemarie st.pierre (murphy)

February 6, 2011

Misty,so sorry for your loss.Nancy,Debbie,trisha,and holly I am so sorry your whole family,you all have a big part of my life. to Kayla,Ashley,Alyssa,and Tyler just remember your dad wants the best for you.My son lost his dad at 12 if you need anyone to talk to that has been through it. Rosemarie st.Pierre Freeport