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Ronald N. St. Germain
August 10, 1950 ~ January 16, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Ronald N. St. Germain, 72, passed away peacefully with his son and daughter by his side on January 16, 2023. He was reunited with his beloved predeceased wife, Mary St. Germain (2021). He was born in Springfield, MA to Roland and Claire (Dubuc) St. Germain. Ronald is survived by his mother Claire St. Germain, his children Brennan St. Germain and wife Sylvia St. Germain, his daughter Ashley St. Germain and partner Brandon Owen, his brother Robert St. Germain and wife Judy, his sister Debra Pares and husband Thomas, his four grandchildren, Brayden, Colin, Savannah and Titan and his best buddy Deputy Dawg. Ronald proudly served in the United States Army where he was stationed in South Korea during the Vietnam War. He had a profound passion for police work and began his career as a beat cop with the Springfield Police Department. He proudly served his community until his retirement in 2000. Ronald had a great love for all animals, riding his motorcycle, enjoying the beaches of Cape Cod but most of all being with his family. His son and daughter want to extend a heartfelt thank you to all the staff at Mercy Medical Center ICU who cared for Ron in his final days and supported him and his children through this difficult time. The calling hours for Ron will be on Monday, January 23, 2022 from 4-6:30 PM in Firtion-Adams Funeral Service, 76 Broad St., followed by a celebration of life at 6:30PM in the funeral home. His family has requested that no flowers be sent and that donations in his memory be directed to any animal clinic or sanctuary. www.firtionadams.com