Obituary

Terry “Duce” W. St. Germain

Resided in Escanaba, Michigan
Died December 8th, 2018

Terry W. “Duce” St. Germain, 41, of Escanaba, passed away Saturday, December 8, 2018 at his home.

Terry was born in Menominee, MI., on January 12, 1977, son of Jonas and Carolyn (Cory) St. Germain. He was raised in Powers and attended North Central School. He resided in Escanaba for the past 10 years.

Terry was a very funny person and enjoyed making others laugh. He was attending Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous.

Among survivors are his parents, Jonas St. Germain of Crivitz, WI, and Carolyn Cory of Hermansville, MI.; daughters, Abigail and Ava; siblings, Robert (Brenda) St. Germain of Iron Mountain, Curtis St. Germain of Hannahville, Rebecca St. Germain of Menominee and Emily (Nicholas) Britton of Powers; and many nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be held at the Hannahville Community Center on Thursday, December 13, 2018 from 2-5 p.m.

Burial will take place spring 2019 in Spalding Twp. Cemetery.

A message of condolence may be directed to the family by visiting crawfordfuneralhomes.net.

5 Tributes to “Terry “Duce” W. St. Germain”

  1. You will be missed so cuz. I will never forget all the funny things you and Bobby would do to your uncle Ed. Hope you are pulling those tricks on him up there in heaven. Love you so cuz until we meet again ❤️

  2. A shooting star that brightened up my darkest days. Even the last time we briefly spoke, you asked if I was keeping my chin up and smiling. God takes the best first my friend and He knew your heart was golden. Say hey to my dad for me and sing with the angels.

  3. I got to know Terry a few years ago and enjoyed his humor, his honesty, and his good heart. He had a big Bible that meant a lot to him and entrusted it to my safekeeping for awhile as he was on the road. I was glad to keep it for him and glad to be able to return it when the time came for that. He had a good friend in Wisconsin that he stayed with for a time and it grieved him when that young man died. I saw Terry around town this summer and fall, and am sorry to learn of his passing. Blessings to his family and friends. It was a privilege to know him.

  4. I’m pleased to have had the opportunity to meet you, Terry (Duece) St. Germain, in Powers in the Summer of ‘93. Ever since that day 25 1/2 years ago we were best friends, through thick and thin, through school, college living out of state, jobs (good and bad) vehicles, friends passing, apartments, houses, girlfriends, good/bad habits, and children, We’ve pretty much been through everything this world has to offer brother. Please look down and keep an eye on us and save a place for me for when my time comes. Thank You and I’ll always love you my brother. (RIP)

  5. I knew Deuce from walking around Escanaba. He always had a smile and friendly word.I’ll miss not seeing him around. Everybody liked him.

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