Mary Helen St. Pierre passed away peacefully at home, with her family by her side, on Sunday, November 22nd, 2020. Age 74 years.
Beloved wife of the late Henry St. Pierre. Loving mother of Sheryl (Lloyd); Shelley (Richard); the late Shannon; and Godmother of Jamie-Lynn. Lovingly remembered by her grandchildren: Aaron (Oksana), Ashley, Brittany (Stephen), Gregory, Billie-Jo, Lucas, and Sophia. Dear great grandmother of Athena, Madelyn, and Maitland. Dear daughter of the late Percy and Florence Williams. Dear sister of Margo (Dan); Gwen (Georges); Rhonda (Jim), and the late John, Harold, Ed (Linda), and Ernie (Sue). Forever remembered by her nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Due to Covid-19, a private visitation and service will take place at the Logan Funeral Home. To view the Service on Zoom, please e-mail [email protected] Cremation to follow.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to Scleroderma Canada would be appreciated.
Helen will be sadly missed by me and my family. She was one of my children's teachers in school. She was a great teacher-Cherie Legault
I would like send my sincerest condolences to your family & friends.-Rachael Elliott
Aunt Helen was an amazing lady, my mom dad and myself thought very highly of her and of course he rest of the family she'll be greatly missed ❤.. Love Nancy and Claude..-Claude Duval
Am sadden to hear of Helen passing
Now she can rest in peace
Will always remember her and her family
So sorry for your loss she was a great woman and will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family-Deanna Smith
So very sorry for your loss. I went to school with Shelley and can remember the great stories about her mom! RIP Helen.-Victoria (Larocque) Maude
Sorry to read of Helen's passing. Brings back memories when her brothers stayed at my Mom's house.
Thinking of you.
My sincere condolences to Helen's family. I had the pleasure of knowing Helen when she was living in Parry Sound, and have enjoyed our many meetings at Wal-Mart's since she moved to Moose Deer Point. Such a lovely lady may she rest in peace.-Elsie Gardner
We will always remember Helen for her smile, her hugs and how she made us feel welcome whenever we came to a church service or camp meeting. She is a wonderful soft and kind hearted person.
She'll be missed but we know she is with other family members in that place called Heaven and at Peace.
Wish we could be there.
All our prayers to you for help at this time.
From Friends at Neyaashiinigmiing First Nations
Mark & Nora❤️
Our sincerest condolences to the Williams and St. Pierre families with the loss of Helen.-Jim & Annette Hastings
My sincere condolences to Helen's family at the loss of Helen. I had the pleasure of knowing Helen when she was living in Parry Sound, also our many meetings at Wal-Mart's after she moved to Moose Deer Point. May she rest in peace.-Elsie Gardner
I first met Helen when she joined the staff at MPS as the teacher of the Ojibway language program. What I noticed immediately was her pride and devotion to her heritage. She wanted to pass that passion on to her students. She treated them in an almost nurturing and motherly fashion incorporating Ojibway customs in dress, art, food, music and celebrations to her program. She sincerely cared for her students and never hesitated to advocate for them. That same passion and pride was even stronger for her family. Her family was all-important to Helen. She was always there for any family member whenever they needed anything. Helen fought health issues of her own but always came second to her family. It is with a heavy heart I say goodbye to a special friend and colleague. She has left a profound void in mine and many others' hearts. My deepest and most sincere condolences to Helen's family.-Kathryn Sauro