Date Created: 06/06/2017
Last Updated: 09/10/2017

In loving memory of Jerome St Clair
6/10/1939 - 5/31/2017

Location: Eugene, Oregon

Visits: 26,243

This memorial was created in honor of Jerome "Saint" Terry St Clair of Eugene, Oregon. Jerome was born on June 10, 1939 in Chicago and passed on May 31, 2017.Jerome was loved by many and will be dearly missed by all friends and family.


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From: Yvette St Clair Thursday, May 31, 2018
It's hard to believe that a year has passed. I miss you so much and I will always love you.

From: Sarah Beach Thursday, January 04, 2018

Yvette and I were partner teachers, both seventh grade homeroom teachers, when you and Yvette married. I remember the joy that radiated from Yvette when she told me you had married. The steadfastness and depth of the love you two shared was obvious to me.

Much love and peace to you.

Sarah Beach

From: Yvette St Clair Monday, June 26, 2017
The rays of light filtered through the sentinels of trees this morning. I sat in the garden and contemplated. The serenity and beauty of my feelings and surroundings completely captivated me.

I thought of you.

I discovered you tucked away in the shadows of the trees. Then, rediscovered you in the smiles of the flowers.
As the sun penetrated their petals in the rhythm of the leaves falling in the garden, in the freedom of the birds as they fly searching as you do.

I'm very happy to have found you. Now you will never leave me, for I will always find you in the beauty of life.

~Walter Rinder

From: Suzanne Rodkey Saturday, June 24, 2017
I first met Jerome and Ivette when they moved next door ten years ago on Timberline Drive in Eugene, Oregon. At that time I had been widowed about two years so spent a lot of time working in the yard. I always looked forward to seeing Jerome outside. He was so very kind--always offering to help out and often doing so. If I did not get my trash containers out for pick-up early enough, there they would be on the curb placed by Jerome! I could not have asked for better neighbors, and enjoyed especially being included in their family gatherings. Jerome and I shared another thing in common as I, too, had lived in Evanston, Illinois, many years ago.

I was saddened to hear of Jerome's passing but know a good and gentle man like Jerome must be in the arms of God. Although I have moved out of the neighborhood, I am only a mile and a half away so treasure keeping in touch with Ivette.

From: m forte Saturday, June 24, 2017
I have known Yvette for a lifetime, and love her as family. Through these past few days, that my daughters and I have spent with Yvette, I have gotten to know you as well... know of your history and sense of humor...but mostly, I've gotten to know of how you were not only a husband to Yvette, but a true partner. How you shared with her, strength and adventure, laughter and love.
The gift of 'Being', in memory and in the Life that follows, is a gift of light. Thank you for being that gift to Yvette. I am grateful to get to know you through Yvette's words, and in the gentleness and grace that fills this home.
May you be at peace, Jerome. It has been lovely to meet you.

From: CHARLES MAYO Friday, June 16, 2017
Jerome you loved my sister and Yvette means the world to me. I am forever grateful for the love and happiness you brought to Yvette. You are with G-d now, at peace. As we say in Judaism, we will all be reunited again in
Olam HaBa (The World to Come) - Heaven. Yvette, Yvonne, Linda, Pamela and I
along with the rest of our family will be with you forever with G-d. Until then, Rest, my friend. Love, your brother and sister in law,

Charles and Pamela

From: Linda Culver Thursday, June 15, 2017
You made such an impression on me Jermone. You were so loving, and kind to our Cousin Yvette. Henry and I referred to you as 'smooth' ?? You will always be remembered. Rest in eternal peace. Your journey speaks volume

Henry & Linda

From: Yvette St Clair Wednesday, June 14, 2017
I will always love you Romey. I want to thank you for being a loving husband, for making me laugh and for always making me feel safe. We were so fortunate to have found each other. I am so grateful for the time we had together. It's so hard to imagine my life without you. My heart aches and sometimes the tears seem like they will not stop. I am comforted in knowing that you will be with me always and I continue to feel your love. Rest peacefully my love. We will be together again. It's not goodbye, it's love always.


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