Rochester, NH — George Albert St. Pierre passed away peacefully at the Manchester VA Hospice Unit after a lengthy illness on January 8, 2014, at the age of 80.
George was born in Salem, MA, on Nov. 22, 1933. He was the son of the late Albert (Pete) and Amanda (Maude) (Branchaud) St. Pierre. After graduating from Salem High School, Class of '51, he enlisted in the USAF and served from 1953 until 1957.
George grew up and lived most of his life in Salem and Danvers, MA before moving to Rochester, NH in 2004. While living in MA he was a Regional Director for the New England Horseshoe Pitchers Association and the Director of the Hamilton Horseshoe Club from which he put on yearly demonstrations at the Topsfield Fair to spread his love of the game to young and old. George's other loves included fishing, ballroom dancing and late in life he took up painting as another hobby, as a member of the Tara Estates "Silver Pallettes" art group were he lived and winning many awards in local fairs held each Autumn, but he was extremely proud of his scratchboard art which he gratefully handed out to his caretakers at the VA.
George worked for Alpha Industries in Woburn, MA for many years as a Quality Control Supervisor.
George is survived by his wife of 10 years, Gloria (Beaulieu) St. Pierre; 3 sons, Gregory of AZ, Peter of GA, and Andrew of Beverly, MA; granddaughter, Danielle of Methuen, MA; his twin brother, Philip (Joanne) of Peabody, MA; brother, Norman of Newburyport, MA and sister, Madelyn Samuelson of Overland Park, KS.
George was a loving, gentle soul who had a deep faith in his Lord and Saviour. He will be deeply missed by all those he has left behind.
ARRANGEMENTS: Services to be determined. If you wish to leave condolences online, you can access www.Legacy.com.