Edward "Chepet" St. Peter

Obituary
  • " always cheerful and friendly person, with great humor"
    - ED and Kathy LaGasse
  • "Sorry for your loss!"
    - Paul Vaillancourt

Edward "Chepet" St. Peter
1939 - 2018
BINGHAM - Edward "Chepet" St. Peter, 79, went to be with the love of his life, his wife of 50 years, Bertha (Beaulieu) St. Peter, on June 14, 2018.
Chepet was born in Skowhegan Jan. 27, 1939, the eldest son of Laurance (Fray) St. Peter and Cora (Jarris) Headsbee.
Chepet is survived by two daughters, Teia (St. Peter) Goodwin and her partner Bruce Rocheleau, and Darla (St. Peter) Neugebauer; two granddaughters Aliza (Goodwin) Richards and her husband Roger and Alica Goodwin; great-granddaughter Ivy Grace Richards; his sister Carla (St. Peter) Clough; as well as many family members and friends.
Chepet is predeceased by his wife Bertha; his father Fray and his mother Cora; son-in-law Doug Neugebauer; brother Alfied St. Peter; and many other family members and friends.
Chepet was very proud of his service in the Army and being a Veteran. Chepet loved a great celebration, usually at the camp he built, and resided in it until the fall of his wife's passing relocating to Bingham Village where he made many friends. Chepet was "set in his ways" and stood firm on his beliefs, leaving behind many memories of family and 4th of July celebrations and family reunions at Ironbound Pond.
We his family would like to invite family and friends to a celebration of his life at his camp South Shore Ironbound at 11 a.m. on July 4, until it ends. We request you bring your own chair, beverage and something to share. A grill will be available.



Published in Central Maine on July 3, 2018