St. Aubin, John Lee
at Jurvinski Hospital, Hamilton. With his family by his side and listening to his favorite country tunes, Lee gained his entry into heaven.Lee will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his children, Sarah and Adam, Trish and Jessi, his grandchildren, Bradley, Tyra, Lexi and Abby, his siblings, Pauline, Sue, Andre, Andy and Suzanne, his many nieces and nephews, cousins and friends.
Our heaviness is eased knowing he will be met by loved ones in heaven including his wife, Barbara St. Aubin, his parents, Laurent and Josephine St. Aubin, his brother in law, Jerry and many other aunts/uncles and relatives who passed before him. We know he is at peace and is no longer suffering.
Despite enduring health issues for many years, Lee stayed connected with his loved ones. His strong faith and trust in God brought him comfort over the years. He will be remembered for his gentle nature, kindness, determination despite many struggles and his love of country music. He was happiest fishing at Port Maitland, camping, hunting, playing his guitar and spending time with his loved ones.
At Lee’s request, he will be cremated and a private Celebration of Life will take place at a later date. A virtual gathering to honour his memory will take place with his closest friends and family on Friday, April 10th at 3pm. Details will follow.
Lee was a good man, and he had lots of Faith in God. He cared for others.
I packed snacks with him at our church, for 2 schools Nutritionals Programs.
He will be missed on earth, but now in Heaven Lee will have a new healthy body.
How wonderful it is to be with His Heavenly Father and get to see Jesus everyday and now he is with his love one Forever and ever.
Mike and I want to extend our deepest condolences to Lee’s daughters and families and to his brothers and sisters.
Mike & Alvine St-Aubin
So sorry for your loss Sarah & Tricia my thoughts are with you and your families. You dad was always so kind to me. R. I. P. Lee and soar with the angels. Love Jan and the boys.