MARIE ANNETTE L. ST. PIERRE
Marie Annette L. St. Pierre passed away peacefully on July 6, 2018 at Riverside Rest Home in Dover, NH, at the age of 94 while holding hands with her husband of 52 yrs, Edward St. Pierre. She is also survived by her sister, Therese Huppe Stec, her four children and many grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her four children are: Dr. Patricia Lanoie Blanchette (Gerard) of Honolulu, HI; Paul Gerard Lanoie (Rose) of Berwick, ME; Pamela Lorraine Shewell (Dennis) of Kailua, HI; and Palma Jeanne Cardinal (Wayne) of Farmington, NH. Her grandchildren are: Dr. Misty Blanchette Porter, David and William Blanchette; Jeffrey and Stephen Shewell; Michelle O'Rourke and Gerard Lanoie. Her great grandchildren are: Arianna Blanchette Porter, Joseph and Maxwell Porter; Grace, Kate, William, Jacqueline and Emma Blanchette; Hannah and Ryan Lanoie; and Ellison, Graelyn and Shailee Shewell. Annette was born in Rochester, New Hampshire, on July 19, 1923, daughter of Joseph and Laetitia Huppe. She was a graduate of Holy Rosary School and McIntosh College in Dover, NH. After college she worked for an insurance agency until starting her family. She then reentered her working career at General Electric in Somersworth, NH. While still employed with General Electric, she started her own real estate sales and property management business. Later she and her husband, Edward St. Pierre, relocated to Honolulu, HI, to join family there, and she continued her work with General Electric. She also continued in real estate, forming her own company, Aneka Realty. After retiring from General Electric, she continued in real estate for many years in Hawaii before retiring and moving back to Rochester, NH. A memorial mass and celebration of life was held and she was laid to rest at Holy Rosary Cemetery in Rochester, New Hampshire. Donations in her memory may be made to: UH Foundation, Dept of Geriatric Medicine, John A. Burns School of Medicine, 651 Ilalo Street, Honolulu, HI 96813.
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