Theodore St. Onge

  • Died: November 20, 2020
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

Phaneuf Funeral Homes & Crematorium - Hanover Street

243 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104
Tel. (603) 625-5777

Tribute & Message From The Family

Theodore (Ted) D. St. Onge passed away Friday, November 20, 2020 at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester NH. He was born on December 7, 1935 in Manchester, NH to Elzear and Maria St. Onge (Blanchette).
Ted came from a large family. He spent most of his life in Pinardville and proudly served his country in the Air National Guard.
On July 3, 1954 he married Pauline St. Onge (Carette). The devoted couple spent 66 years together. He was an avid hunter and fisherman which he enjoyed with many friends and family especially his son, Scott. He was a devoted husband and father who enjoyed spending time with his wife, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, siblings, and friends.
Ted is survived by his wife Pauline St.Onge (Carette), his children Diane Beaudry (St.Onge) and her husband Jean, Anne Wiggin (St.Onge), Scott St.Onge and his wife Luciana. His grandchildren Kelly Wiggin and her husband Daniel Tolini, Taylor Wiggin and his wife Jennifer, Parker Wiggin and Victoria Crotty. His great grandchildren Kaylee Wiggin, Chloe Wiggin, Harper Tolini and Bruno Tolini.
No formal services will be held at this time.
In lieu of flowers, those who wish to make a memorial contribution can do so to the Alzheimer's Association, 166 S River Rd #210, Bedford, NH 03110.

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Condolence & Memory Journal

Our thoughts are with you at this time. I lived on Pine Hill Ave. for several years. Del St.Onge & Bea were your cousins and my parents. We visited the St.Onge family often when we were young. Ted and Pauline were nice people. Just had to say how sad this is......Pauline St.Onge Grady Hyson

Posted by Pauline Hyson - North Port,, FL - Family   December 10, 2020

or years, the riverbank and lake was where
Your soul felt most at peace
Your heart was most content when there
With the fish and the geese
But then, your spirit came to rest
Where angels chose to roam
And once equipped with ten pound test
You made yourself at home.

The sky became your deep blue sea
The clouds became your shore
And there, for all eternity
You sat with friends galore
Each angel was a fisherman
Who had traded his pole
For golden wings and a game plan
At Heaven's Fishing Hole.

The tales you told about each catch
Its stature and its girth
Will live in memories unmatched
As days pass here on earth
Until we meet again, one day
Upon God's golden sand
We'll picture you, no other way
Than with a pole in hand.

and save some fish for me.

Posted by John Webster - Simi Valley, CA - Family Friend   December 06, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing Ted and his wife and son. I was always rewarded with a genuine welcome and kinship with Ted. We were better for knowing and sharing the things he loved in this world, amongst them were his fellowship, love of the outdoors. We will seeing you Ted . Your friend. Jim Sarette

Posted by Jim Sarette - Manchester, NH - Friend   December 06, 2020


Pauline and Family, Our Condolences go out to you and your family . Teddy was a great neighbor when we lived up in NH . You are in our thoughts and prayers
Sincerely Rob & Joanne Beall

Posted by Joanne Beall - Leesburg, FL - Neighbor   December 06, 2020

To a true outdoorsman, you will be missed. Love mike&darlene fredette

Posted by Michael &Darlene Fredette - Manchester, NH - Family   December 05, 2020

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