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Steven L St. Jean

June 16, 1959November 19, 2020
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Steven L. St. Jean

Greenville – Steven Loring St. Jean, 61, husband of Tina Porter St. Jean passed from this life on Thursday November 19, 2020 at Augusta University Medical Center in Augusta, GA.

Steven was born in Providence, RI son of Raymond T. St. Jean (Barbara) of Greenville, RI and the late Diane Phinney Durrell. He was a security guard with Duke Energy at The Oconee Nuclear Station and he was a member of Brushy Creek Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife of 32 years Tina Porter St. Jean of the home, daughter Brittany Alexander (Jamie) of Piedmont and son Christopher St. Jean (girlfriend Elizabeth Juarez) of Easley and grandchildren Braiden Satterfield, Anna Alexander and Riley Steven St. Jean. Also surviving are sisters Ellen Soucy (Danny) of Houlton, ME and Ann Souther (Randy) of Livermore Falls, ME.

The family will receive friends at Dillard Funeral Home in Pickens on Saturday November 28, 2020 from 12 to 1:45 PM with funeral services following in the funeral home chapel at 2 PM with The Reverend Dr. Steven Ellis Officiating. Inurnment will be at Hillcrest Memorial Park at a later date.

Duke Energy Security Associates will serve as Escort of Honor for Steven.

A message of condolence may be expressed to the family by visiting www.DillardHillcrest.com

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Steven St. Jean Memorial Fund, in care of Park National Bank in Easley, SC.

The family is at the home.

Dillard Funeral Home Pickens, South Carolina

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  • Tina Porter St. Jean, Wife
  • Brittany Alexander (Jamie), Daughter
  • Christopher St. Jean (Elizabeth Juarez), Son
  • Braiden Satterfield, Grandchild
  • Anna Alexander, Grandchild
  • Riley Steven St. Jean, Grandchild
  • Ellen Soucy (Danny), Sister
  • Ann Souther (Randy), Sister
  • Raymond T. St. Jean (Barbara), Father

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Shane Copeland

November 28, 2020

Steve and I came in the same training class in 2004 to ONS, i believe there was a group of 12, Steve and Myself were the only 2 left out of our group, i will miss Steve and the conversations we would have. Anytime i ever talked about something i needed he always offered his time without hesitation, I always told him he was my favorite yankee and he loved it. We will keep the family in our prayers. Rest easy friend.

HelenSue Werdick

November 27, 2020

Steven was my father’s sister, Diane’s , only son. I always came to Maine to see my relatives and keep in touch with them,
all except Steven. He lived his adult life in the South . I live in San Diego, CA.

My parents visited Steven a time or two and my dad kept in touch with him. My dad often told me about his nephew Steven and his job at a nuclear power plant. He was very proud of him.

Just this last January I met Steven for 4 short days but seemingly very long days, as the family came together to bury his mom, my Aunt Diane. In those 4 days I met a man who had a way of cracking a light hearted joke, or sharing an anecdotal memory that helped keep conversation going and heavy hearts afloat.

Steven, it saddens me that our relationship was so brief, but I am so grateful to know that you and your mother will be together. Your reunion now is blessed and eternal, in heaven. She loved you so much!
Those of us on earth will miss you deeply.

Lori Mahoney

November 27, 2020

When we moved to Greenville, SC from Portland, OR in 2003, Steve, a stranger at that point, showed up at our apartment door saying “your house is ready, let’s move you in”. He was a talker but he was a doer. His kindness that day will never be forgotten.

Tracy Hinson

November 25, 2020

It was a pleasure sitting down and having a conversation with Steve. I only got to see him once a year or every other year, but it was memorable. The accent, my goodness, the accent. I had to tell him many times to slow down and repeat that again as my Carolina ears could not keep up with that Northern accent. He will be missed by his many coworkers at Duke for sure as well as his family. It was a pleasure knowing Steve and having him as a patient. We will be praying for Tina and the kids.

Sherry Chabot

November 24, 2020

There were many times I would look forward to seeing Steve at the farm of my aunt and uncle (Ruth and Loring Woods) . I had many fun times with Steve. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Viola Jackson

November 24, 2020

I worked with Steve at ONS. I was deeply shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. My sincere condolences to his family and the entire ONS security force.

Angela Sicard

November 24, 2020

I worked with Steve at ONS. He was wise, always nice, and always willing to help in any way he could. I am proud to have known Mr Steve St Jean, but I am even more proud to have called him my friend. Fly high Steve. See ya on the other side my friend. Tina, you and the family have my sincerest condolences.

Chris St. Jean

November 24, 2020

My dad was one of a kind, he was goofy, he was kind, he was genuine and he was always willing to go out of the way for anyone in need. He loved his family, loved to work and had a growing love for woodwork, which carried over to me. I’m so happy and blessed to call him dad and know he taught me how to be a good person and man. We all appreciate the love and prayers, the only thing I ask is to keep his legacy alive and never forget kindness and love towards others. ❤️❤️

Andy Seitz

November 23, 2020

I’ve worked with Steve at ONS for many years and recall our many talks about different Gospel singing groups. I often joked with him about his Mainer accent! We often harassed each other while getting ready for shift and joked about being in each other’s way at our gear-lockers. Seeing his name next to mine makes me reflect on the time I knew him. I always appreciated his dedication to his carpentry work and I know that many people will remember him by looking at the work he did for many of us. He was genuinely a good hearted guy and one that would give anything for someone in need. He is missed. See you in Heaven brother!

Brittany Alexander

November 23, 2020

Our trip to Maine when his mom passed. Tho the circumstances weren't the best. I had an amazing time with my dad and family.

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