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OBITUARY

John Louis St. Pierre

September 14, 1953April 14, 2020

John Louis St. Pierre passed away April 14, 2020 at 66 years old. He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Dianne Denny St. Pierre and his children, John St. Pierre (Charles), Edward St. Pierre (Audra), Stephen St. Pierre (Andre), and Victoria Schick; grandchildren, Kaitlyn Ranatza, Edward St. Pierre, Mason St. Pierre, Madison St, Pierre, Brianna St. Pierre, Kaleb St. Pierre, and Grayson St. Pierre. He is also survived by his siblings, Theresa Bourgeois, Marie Claverie, Patricia St. Pierre, Joan Bordelon, Ellis St. Pierre, and Kathe Haase, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and family members. He is preceded in death by his brother, James St. Pierre and his parents, Clay St. Pierre and Meta Wulf. John enjoyed success as an entrepreneur, founding Air Kare Air Conditioning Company in 1979 and operating the company as its President for over 40 years. He enjoyed hunting, riding motorcycles, and had a keen interest in U.S. history and the collecting of civil war artifacts. In his later years, his life revolved around his grandchildren and family. A memorial service celebrating his life will take place at a later date. To share a memory with the family please visit www.HCAlexander.com.

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SHARON HERNANDEZ

April 27, 2020

MR. JOHN REPLACED MY A/C UNIT IN 2016. HE WAS AN EXPERT IN AIR CONDTIONING AND AN EXTREMELY PLEASANT INDIVIDUAL TO DEAL WITH. HE ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON HIS FACE AND GAVE GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE. PRAYERS FOR HIS FAMILY.

Rebecca Clemmons

April 26, 2020

I remember going to visit back home and we were all at Denny's. After dinner, uncle Johnny insisted on everyone ordering dessert, to which my children were extremely happy about. We sat close to him and aunt Diane. He was telling jokes the whole time (pawpaw jokes as Aunt Didi called them). My kids still like to tell those jokes.... One of the favorites was, what do you call a cow with no legs? Ground beef.... Still makes me smile.... No matter what he was going through he was always concerned for everyone else. We will always love and miss you uncle Johnny. Aunt Diane, we love you. To all our family, we love you and we're praying for peace and comfort... Love you all. 💓🙏

Carol St. Pierre

April 26, 2020

Uncle Johnny was one of the sweetest kindest people I know. My memory of my uncle Johnny and daddy was, we were on the way to grandma’s funeral and he and my daddy were in the back of the limo with me telling stories about their childhood and growing up with my grandma who was very stern with the boys. I was laughing so hard I was crying. When we pulled up to the funeral they told me to straighten up when we went inside. Everyone thought I was crying because of grandma but deep inside I was laughing. Uncle Johnny (and daddy for that matter) didn’t like to see people sad and was always trying to cheer you up. His heart was huge and he loved Aunt Dianne more than anything I have ever seen.

Sam Fradella

April 26, 2020

Dianne,
My deepest sympathy to you and your family on John's passing. John was truly a professional at his trade but moreover a good and decent man. I was privileged to be one of John's customers and learned to know him as an honest hardworking man who loved his family.
Sam Fradella
Metairie, Louisiana

Earline Brady

April 17, 2020

Dianne, my heartfelt condolences and prayers for you and the family. May your sweet memories and the grace of God bring you all comfort in the days to come and may John rest in peace.

Janet Griffith

April 17, 2020

I was very surprised and saddened to see that John had passed away. John was an honest and honorable man, who I have known for decades. In business, you could trust John implicitly, which is a rarity in today’s world. He will be missed.

My deepest condolences to John’s family. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn his passing. May God bless and keep him.

Jan Griffith

Steven Griffith

April 16, 2020

John was an absolutely wonderful man… I’ve known him both personally and professionally for over 30 years and he has exhibited the highest caliber of ethics morals and professionalism… The world will be a sadder place because of his passing...May his soul rest in eternal peace

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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