Deloris St. CyrResided in Gladstone, MIDied November 29, 2006 Deloris Diane Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
Since my family in Gladstone have all passed on, I didn’t hear about Deloris’ death until now (January 2007). I am in shock. We were very close friends at Gladstone High School and for many years after but lost touch after I moved to Green Bay over 20 years ago. My thoughts and prayers are with the Hartman Family and to Kelsey and Keith as well. I am comforted to know that there is another shining star in the Heavens now. We had so many good times together; I will miss her.
Linda (Lee) Cochrane
Green Bay, WI
As we greave over Deloris,s passing I can’t help but greave for you also. I know this is going to be hard for you and the children and I wish I could help.
My comfort lies in remembering Deloris often spoke of her great blessing in having Perry as a Husband.
I know you all were the world to her and I love you for that. We will always keep you in our prayers.
Love always, Sue and Dave
p.s. Keep in touch
Susan and David Lancour
Perry, Ed Sagataw here, sorry to hear about your loss . Take care, remember.
So sorry to see this in the paper. I lost touch with Deloris after school-(All Saints).Though we lost touch I think all of us who went to school at All Saints hold a special bond. It’s like we all lost one of “our own.” What I do remember most about Deloris was her temper and her big smile! She’s already missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Cindy (Williams) Rivers
Perry and Family,
So sorry to hear about Deloris. Know that our hearts are with you and our arms are open.
Love Sue and Randy
My fondest memories of Delores are her happy go lucky personality. She was always happy and smiling. She always had a smile and a hello to give a person. Delores will be missed by so many of us. Rarely do you meet such a giving and good person. I consider myself fortunate knowing her as do many others I’m sure. We will all miss you Delores but you will always be in our memories. You touched all of us, Thank You Delores.
Deloris was a very special sister-in-law. I admired her great sense of humor and love for life, family and friends. She maintained all of this throughout her illness. I am very thankful for all the family get togethers she planned. These events/parties brought our family closer together and growing in our love for each other. I will always remember all of the good times we had. Love and prayers forever.
Deloris was a beautiful person inside and out. I love the way she always had fun in everything she did. She loved to laugh and her smile could light up a room. I miss her so much….Donna
I remember talking to Deloris at our nieces graduation this summer. Her courage and sense of humor about her illness just amazed me. Im sure she knew for sure that when it was her time to go she would be going with God.
To all the Hartman family & especially David.
I’m so sorry for your loss of Deloris. I remember my fellow classmates with great fondness. I haven’t seen Deloris in many years, but I see she still had her “great smile”.
She will definitely light up heaven!
Cheryl (Kalishek) Bernard
DeTour Village, MI
Cherie, I am very sorry to hear about your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Sheila (Brunette) Servant
Wisconsin Rapids, WI
I was sorry to hear about your sister. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Perry…our heart goes out to you especially during this time. Remember the talks we had about our Lord Jesus and trust Him. We are…it is the only things that keeps us going. Please call us 920-284-5710. We are there for you. We love you.
Bob and Catherine King
To Perry, the St. Cyr’s, and the Hartmans: I share with sadness Dee’s passage, and extend my heartfelt sympathy. I pray that God will be with you and comfort you.
“Don’t be sad-
I am in a snowflake,
I am in the rays of sun,
I am in the sparkling of stars.”