Clint St. Onge, passed unexpectedly on 19 Sept 2020. He was born in Lowell, MA at St. Joseph's hospital and has lived in Pelham, NH during his life.
Clint was a wonderful, dear son who made his Mom and friends laugh all the time. He was a dear, gentle loving soul who loved his Mom, brothers, Aunts and Uncles, relatives & friends.
He loved animals and would bring home every animal that was hurt and nurse it back to health.
Clint was an awesome drummer, guitar player, harmonica player and singer. During his life he was the drummer for the group called BRAWL with his friends Tom, Corey and Jim. He spent many happy days on his motorcycle with his friends and Carrie.
He, his Dad and brothers spent many years camping in the White Mountains. He loved the forest, ocean and fishing, but mostly loved Halloween and decorated the front yard each year to the delight of the neighborhood.
He had several jobs during his life as a painter, a bike repairer, fast food, painted murals in children's room, taught children how to draw. He was a great artist and an incredible comedian.
When his Dad passed, his Mom woke up one morning to find two beautiful kittens. She asked Clint, why now? He replied, "Mom, you never smile anymore." Sheba and Babie brought joy to their lives and both lived to almost 19 years. That was Clint, loving his Mom.
His family wants to thank so many people. Heartfelt thanks to John Grenda and his wife Marilyn who loved Clint like a son, for Katie Grenda, his best friend, Dennis & Nicole Brunnell and extended family, Corey, Darlene, Jack, Gena, Jim, and Tom.
A special thanks also to Center Life Mgt in Derry, and Dr. Beaudry and Kayla of SNH, Hudson, NH who went above and beyond to help Clint. Clint loved everyone, and everyone loved Clint. His main goal was to make you laugh....
But, most of all, he loved his Carrie who he was going to marry, and his Mom and brothers. He is now in heaven in God's arms. He is with his Carrie, his Dad, his YaYa and Pappoo, his Uncle Harry, his God Father Tom Keefe, Peter Wibber, relatives & friends. Clint lived and loved, and was loved, more in 48 years than some people do in a lifetime!!
Rest in Peace my beautiful, loving, dear, special baby boy. I will see you again and you will always be in our hearts. Our hearts are broken.
We LOVE YOU CLINT....
Besides his mother, Clint is survived by two brothers Chad J. St. Onge and his wife Tammy of Bedford, NH and Curt J. St. Onge of Pelham, NH; his loving aunts and uncles Clara Vlahos, James Vlahos both of Lowell, John Vlahos of Seabrook, NH and Tina Porter of Tucson, AZ.
Friends may call at the PELHAM FUNERAL HOME 11 NASHUA RD. in PELHAM Friday evening September 25th from 3 to 7 P.M. (State required social distancing procedures will be observed including the wearing of masks upon entrance into the Funeral Home). Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass to be celebrated at St Patrick Church in Pelham Saturday September 26th at 10:00 A.M. Committal Services will be private. E-condolences/directions at www.pelhamfuneralhome.com. Those wishing may make contributions in his memory to PETA, an organization that rescues and passes laws for abused animals. Arrangements by Funeral Director James F. O'Donnell, Jr. (603) 635-3333.
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