St. Amour, Mr
Mr. Arthur William St. Amour, age 88, passed away Wednesday, January 18, 2023. He was born in Muskegon, MI on June 25, 1934 to Fred & Anna (Buckley) St. Amour and served his country in the US Army and was stationed in Panama. He married the former Lastinia "Letty" Lasso On June 14, 1956 and she preceded him in death in 2013. He later married the former Katherine Swears Robillard on October 4, 2015. Mr. St. Amour graduated from St Mary's High School and had been employed as a Machinist for Kaydon for 25 years. Arthur was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church and enjoyed deer and rabbit hunting, fishing on Lake Michigan with his brother Bill, keeping up his yard, and tinkering around the house.
Wife, Kathy; 2 daughters, Julie (Rick) Puffer, Susan Walker; 2 sons, Michael (Bonnie) St. Amour, Paul (Nancy) St. Amour; daughters-in-law, LeeAnn and Kathy St. Amour; 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; step-children, Diane (Bob) Kartes, Cynthia (Russ) Stone, Brenda (Steve) Bozik, Annette (Jeff) Ream, Mark Robillard. He was preceded in death by his first wife Letty, 2 sons Brian and Patrick, step-children Michael Robillard and Pamela Sorensen; siblings Kate, Marie, Jean, Sam, Jerry, Bill & Tom.
Thursday, January 26, 2023, 11:00 AM at Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon with Visitation one hour prior to the service. Private interment in St. Mary's Cemetery. MEMORIAL: Harbor Hospice Poppen House. Please visitwww.clockfuneralhome.com to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
"Art will be greatly missed popping in to the the garage to see what we was up to .Art was good friend to my Family he and Kathy and us would sit and joke and talk and have good times ,to all Arts family from my family to you all we are sorry for your loss . "
"Susan, Julie, Mike & Paul,
I?m sadden to hear of the passing of your Dad.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Babette Siuda Baker"
"My condolences to the St Amour"
"We will miss you, Uncle Art! Many great memories!
Love from David and Mary Jo."
"So sad that we have loss the last Saint of that generation- RIP Uncle Art! One of my favorite memories of my godfather was sitting between him and my dad at mass. They kept poking me to make me squirm and Grandma sat behind me and would smack me every time I moved. We used to all go to Grandma?s after mass and she proceeded to tell me how disappointed she was with my behavior. I tried to explain what they were doing but she would not have anything to do with any excuses. Both my dad and Uncle Art were laughing and I was almost in tears! Both my mom and Aunt Letty told me not to try to convince her because she thinks her boys can do no wrong!"
"Dear and Treasured Friends, Kathy, Brenda & Cindy,
You have my heartfelt sympathy.
I loved it when Arthur and Kathy called on the "speaker" phone just to chat with me. We shared laughter and tears.
Arthur would always say, "Ginger, how are you doing?"
It was a pleasure and honor to attend your wedding, Arthur beamed with JOY!
I love you all dearly and pray our Lord and Savior will draw near, comfort and strengthen you in the days to come.
"We had great times with Art and his family growing up. Stayed friends Thur the years. Good friends of my parents, and lots of visits. Rest In Peace -my dear friend. Char (Switzer) Tejchma"