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David Henry St. Amand

Loving son, brother, nephew and uncle
  David  St. Amand, 42, of Lowell, died Friday, August 28th at his home.
  Born in Methuen, Massachusetts, December 31, 1972, the son of Angela M. (Carey) (St. Amand) Lochmandy of Nashua and Henry P. St. Amand of Lowell.  He attended St. Margaret Grammar School in Lowell, the Daley School and the Greater Lowell Vocational Technical High School.
  Most recently, Dave was employed as a Laborer with various local area construction companies. Previously, he was a Custodian for the City of Lowell School Dept.   David always enjoyed music and a great movie. 
 He was a loyal and true friend.  He had a big heart, loved babies and children and they loved him. 
 In addition to his parents, Dave is survived by a sister Amie P. Sternlight and her husband Christopher of Tewksbury, MA; a nephew John Sternlight also of Tewksbury, MA; and many aunts, uncles and cousins, among them, his aunt Jacqueline St. Amand with whom he resided along with his father.
 Friends may call at the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME 276 PAWTUCKET ST. at Fletcher from 4 to 8 P.M. on Wednesday. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass to be celebrated on Thursday morning at ST. MARGARET CHURCH in Lowell at 10 o’clock. PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH. Committal Services will be held privately. E-condolences/directions at
www.odonnellfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by Funeral Directors James F. O’Donnell, Jr. and John W. Crane (978 or 866) 458-8768.  

Condolences (10)
  • Sharon Ropet  - I think of you often
    David, I think of you often. It is hard to believe that 3 years have past in this world and that it is far less beautiful without you here. I miss your shenanigans, your infectious smile and most of all your kind heart. Always in my
  • Danny  - Lost touch
    I've just been informed of Dave's passing. We've lost touch over the years. He was one of those people whose heart stuck out more than others,more than many. He had this infectious smile that I'll never forget. When there were so many flamboyant & caddy guys getting drunk, Dave always kept his cool & was the first person to make sure u got home safely after a night of partying. He always put others before himself. You will be missed Dave but never forgotten
  • noel arduini  - one of a kind
    Those special memories of you will always bring a smile to my face. If only i could have you back for just a little while then we could sit and talk again just like we used to do. you always meant so very much and always will do to. The fact that your no longer here will always cause me pain but your forever in my heart until we meet again. My thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family. Henry im so sorry.
  • Christine (Connor) Lindsey  - So Sad
    My thoughts and prayers go out to you Angela, Henry and family.
  • Lam arche o;^l Michael  - l am
    My condolences to all of David's Family and to all of David's Friends who are mourning his passing. May we all find Strength, Peace, Tranquility, and Serenity in the comforting and emotional support of these condolences. Rest with the Best David. Your Friend and Neighbor, Michael
  • Mike Meyer  - Thinking of the good times
    So sorry for your loss. Dave was a sweet man. He had that smile, and always a story to make you laugh. He will be missed by so many.
  • Sean & Wendy Strong & Family  - Rest easy now Mr. Dave
    My condolences to all of Dave's family and friends. I've known David since he was just a boy. We always called him "little Dave" but when he turned 18 he didn't want to be called little anymore, so we had to call him Mr. Dave. He loved that. He was always concerned about how you felt about him and was a people pleaser. He was sensitive to your needs and sensitive about how you felt about him. He was always smiling and enthusiastic towards everyone and never spoke bad about anyone. He always kept me smiling and laughing and was the one that helped pick me up and help me charge my batteries when I was down and feeling negative. Mr. Dave was responsible for some of the best laughs of my life. He could laugh at himself and had a good sense of humor. He was always so good with the children and could keep them entertained and laughing as well. He was kind-hearted and respectful and I know he was one of the "good guys"! My whole family will miss you so very much! I will never forget you Mr. Dave. I will keep you in my prayers along with the friends we've already lost together. I'm sure we will meet again, in the end. With All Our Love to You, now and forever! Rest easy now Mr. Dave. Sean
  • Lorraine and Bill O'Connor  - No Words
    Know our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
  • Kelly A Carey  - Lots of good memories..... as cousins and our lovi
    To my beloved Aunt Angela, From babysitting David when he was little, and crawling out on the roof, he never could sit still.... He loved you, his sister, dad and family, and through his growing up, you and family were always there. Please remember all the great times, just that picture of his smile is how I want to remember him.. he is at peace. We all love you, our hearts go out to Amy as well.
  • Louise Podanoffsky  - So sorry for your loss
    I was very sorry to hear about the loss of your son. We bought your home on 12 South Walker Street from you years ago. Although, we really didn't know each other, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Louise & Mike Podanoffsky
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