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Helen M. St. Vincent
Date of Death: January, 06 2020


          Helen M. St. Vincent, 96, Escanaba, passed away on Monday January 6, 2020 at her home with family by her side. She was born on May 6, 1923 in Escanaba, daughter of the late Jerry and Anna (Vinette) Jerow. On March 14, 1946 she married the late Raymond A. St. Vincent in Gwinn, MI.
 
          Helen was a lifelong member of the ladies guild at St. Anthony's Catholic church in Wells and the Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post #2998. One of her favorite past times was playing cards with family and friends.
 
          She is survived by her seven children: Joan (Fred) Smith, Patricia La Palme, Gerald St. Vincent, Bruce (Janis) St. Vincent, Billy (Jude) St. Vincent, Denise (Kenneth) Flodin and Carol (Perry) McConkey, fifteen grandchildren, twenty-one great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
 
          Helen was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, four sisters: Zelda Pariseau, Florence Bisson, Alice Fredrickson and Frances "Fran" Majoni, three brothers: George "Jerry", Robert "Bob" and William "Bill" Jerow, sons-in-law: Ronald Judd and Norbert "Sonny" La Palme, a grandson: Zachary St. Vincent and a great-grandson: Owen Coppock.
 
          Friends may call from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Monday January 13, 2020 at the Allo Coolman Funeral Home (400 S. 10th St., Escanaba, MI 49829). A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. on Monday at St. Anthony's church in Wells. Burial will follow Mass in the Gardens of Rest Cemetery.
 
          Please visit www.allofh.com to send online condolences to her family.

Condolences
  • "I am sure you mom and my mom r having a great reunion--'zxxx. Joan I need your address. Please"
    -Susie sarnowski wiesman

  • "To Helen's children and grandchildren (and all the family) Fran's daughters send you all their love from the 4 corners of the world. I have fond memories of Helen sharing with me stories and pictures of my mom. So thankful Love Dominique"
    -Dominique (Majani) Dumaine-Martin

  • "Joining in with my sister Dominique in sending my thoughts and prayers to all of Aunt Helen's family. With love, Veronique"
    -Veronique Majani

  • "Our sympathy going out to the family, your mom was lot of fun, Joan. She was the one who introduced me to Soap Operas, way back. My knees are bad waiting on surgery date or I'd been there today. Hoping your fun, loving memories ease the pain in days to come. Love, Jolaine & Terry."
    -Jolaine Anderson

  • "You will be missed Grandma I pray you and Grandpa are in each other's arms . To all my cousins and Aunts and uncles I'm so so sorry I pray you all for d peace in the days weeks and months to come .. I love you all Sincerely Jason St. Vincent"
    -Jason Stvincent

  • "Our deepest condolences to the St. Vincent Family. She had a long life. We all loved Aunt Helen. God bless you all. Florence Bisson Wiederrich & family. P.S. We all know that beer is the answer to a long life. "
    -Florence Bisson Wiederrich

  • "(I am one of Florence's Grand-Daughters, My Mother was Donna) May Helen's loving memories stay in your hearts forever. I know how special Grandma's sisters were, I remember them like yesterday visiting. Grandma was so happy when they came and always wanted to share them with her family. I am sure she will be thrilled to see her again. Such great memories of the girls! "
    -Karrie Padlo

  • "This is so late--but want to send our deepest Sympathy to all the Family- your Mom was a very special Aunt and Lady- have so many wonderful memories Early ones for being a great scout leader and escort for Future Nurses- then visits to our home in Green Bay and times shared with her at her home and with family Sure you all have many wonderful memories Bless you All Our Love, Sandy and Ray"
    -Ray and Sandy Terrien

  • "This is so late--but want to send our deepest Sympathy to all the Family- your Mom was a very special Aunt and Lady- have so many wonderful memories Early ones for being a great scout leader and escort for Future Nurses- then visits to our home in Green Bay and times shared with her at her home and with family Sure you all have many wonderful memories Bless you All Our Love, Sandy and Ray"
    -Ray and Sandy Terrien

  • "To Aunt Helen again sorry to hear of your passing. The last of the big Jerow family.. My father Bill spoke of you all the time and in early 2000 on my trip up there with my Dad he had a great big smile when seeing you. "
    -Timothy Jerow


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