Birmingham Funeral Home

438 Main Street, Old Town, ME


Roland Daniel St. Louis Sr.

February 27, 1930May 1, 2020

Roland D. St. Louis, Sr. OLD TOWN- Roland D. St. Louis Sr., 90, affectionately known as “Bibi” to many, husband to Jean (Burse) St. Louis, dad to five and Pepe to many grandchildren and great grandchildren died May 1, 2020 at an Orono health care facility following a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. He was born February 27, 1930 in Old Town a son of Arthur and Blanche (Landry) St. Louis. Roland was a lifelong resident of Old Town and a member of the former St. Joseph Catholic Church, now Parish of the Resurrection of the Lord, where he attended grade school. A very hard worker, he loved his job as a painter at the University of Maine. He enjoyed making people laugh and helping anyone who needed it. He loved “visiting” family and friends, fishing, and horse racing. He spent most Friday nights having supper and enjoying TV at his wife’s parents home, the late Newman and Ethel (Dalrymple) Burse. Surviving, in addition to his wife Jean; are five children Dan and his wife Pat (Carroll) St. Louis of FL; Elizabeth (St. Louis) Doucette of Old Town, Diane (St. Louis) Oakes and her husband Chuck of Orrington; Greg and his wife Teresa (Ambrose) St. Louis of Milford and Jeff and his wife Julie (Hussey) St. Louis of Alton; many grandchildren, great grandchildren nieces and nephews and two brothers Jamie and Reggie St. Louis. He was predeceased by eight brothers. The family wishes to thank Orono Commons for their tireless and unparrelled care of our “Dad”. At the request of family, there will be no services or interment. His memories will live on in all of us! Rest in peace, Dad. Notes of condolences and memories may be left at www.birminghamfuneralhome.com


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Ray Thomas

May 10, 2020

Diane, Greg and Jeff and family Sorry to hear of your Dad's passing,
every time i saw "bibi" at work he ALWAYS made me laugh, he worked with us in the Elect. Shop for a short period of time, making everyone laugh, and a pleasure to be around.
You all remember the good times, all those memories cannot be taken away.
RIP my Friend
Ray Thomas

John & Anna PERNA

May 8, 2020

So sorry to hear of your loss.
Let us know if there's anything we can do.
Hope all is well with you and yours.

Kathi Geroux Jackson

May 8, 2020

You were always so funny Uncle Bibi and I so enjoyed visiting you from South Mississippi. You will be missed!

Rod & Linda Blue

May 4, 2020

Bibi was our neighbor growing up on Academy Hill for many many years... He was always there for us kids...I remember the day that I fell off the Tarzan swing and the day my sister stabbed me with a pair of shears he was always there for us... Used to say Linda you going to be the death of me... As nervous as he was he was always takeing us down to Dr. Martin Office... Now Bibby is playing cribbage with my Dad and fishing... Rest in peace Bibi we Love You 🙏💙❤️

Rita Buttery

May 4, 2020

Greg, Jeff and families, so sorry for your loss .You are all in my thoughts and prayers

Rose Doucette

May 4, 2020

Jean, Greg,and Teresa..
So sorry for your loss..Bibi is no longer suffering with that terrible disease anymore. Loved his smiles and laughter, when he was at umo. Please take care and know I am thinking of you in thoughts and prayers....

Richard St.Louis

May 2, 2020

Jean and family: Rick and I are saddened to hear about the passing of Bibi. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers.


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