Joseph M. St. Peter

  • Born: December 30, 1952
  • Died: May 7, 2020
  • Location: South Yarmouth, Massachusetts

Farley Funeral Home

358 Park Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Tel. (781) 344-2676

Tribute & Message From The Family


Message From The Family

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Joseph M. St. Peter, born and raised in Hyde Park, MA and longtime resident of Yarmouth, MA, died suddenly on Thursday May 7, 2020. Joe was a graduate from Cathedral High School, ran his own cleaning service, enjoyed fishing, boating and was an avid sports fan.

Joe is survived by his ex-wife, Sandra (Del Torto) St. Peter, his daughter, Joelle (St. Peter) Driscoll and life-long stepson, Jerry O'Brien, along with his grandchildren Michaela Driscoll and late twin sister Mia Driscoll, and Dakota, Leah, Olivia, and Zoe O'Brien. Joe was the son to Mary (Golden) St. Peter and Francis St. Peter, brother to Francis St. Peter of West Roxbury, MA, the late John St. Peter of Dennis, MA, Ann Marie (St. Peter) Kehoe living in Virginia, Robert St. Peter of Taunton, MA and Mary Margaret (St. Peter) Buccieri of Dedham, MA. Joe was also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Funeral services private.


Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear the news of Joe passing. He was such a down to earth funny guy. Great father and grandfather. He will be truly missed. My heart goes out to Sandra, Joelle and the they family. RIP Joe till we meet again. Kim and Tony Javier

Posted by kim javier - west yarmouth, MA - Friend   May 26, 2020

Sorry to hear about joe, he was a great friend growing up in Hyde park. Good humor always keeping in shape,and always had stories to tell. Rest In Peace joe you will be missed.
George Keyes , friend From Hyde park

Posted by George Keyes - Walpole, MA - Friend   May 21, 2020

So sorry to hear

Posted by Mary Tintle OConnor - Bridgeville, DE   May 20, 2020

Dear St Peter family I am sorry for your loss. I worked with Joe at the Readville Stop and Shop warehouse. He was a loyal, hardworking, fun original. My very best to you all.

Posted by Jay Griffin - Stoneham, MA - Coworker   May 20, 2020

Ricky laselva

Posted by Patrice Laselva - Dedham, MA - Friend   May 18, 2020

Joe Saint was a total classic with a great sense of humor.
I knew nobody who didn't like Joe.
We all had so much fun in the 70s.
Such good times. Summer nights singing in harmony down "the pahk".
Running from the mets.
Such fun. Time flew.
Where did it all go ...
Rest in peace Joe.
Penny Talbot

Posted by penny talbot - concord, MA - Friend   May 18, 2020

Candle

Joe use to run behind us him and Emma escorting us to class or discipline office he use to just tell us to behave be nice to each other always. Southie High students will miss you Joe
- Robin Graham, South Boston High, class of 83
Boston, MA, May 17,2020

Posted by Robin Graham - Boston, MA - Student   May 17, 2020

Many good times together the park, the cape, the Cowboys.growing up was and adventure with you Joe,RIP my friend

Posted by Jim Driscoll - Hyde Park, MA - Friend   May 17, 2020

I was blessed to become a Hyde Park Cowboy. Joey was a rock for us, we could always count on Joey ! We shared a bond of brotherhood and a lot of Laughs ! Many years ago,but the bond is tight and fresh as if it was yesterday. Joey is unforgettable ! I loved him !

Posted by Jimmy pirrello - ocean park, ME - Family Friend   May 16, 2020

Joe always had a smile on this face and a great laugh. Joe was a good man and hard worker. Many great times at the Y and playing for the Hyde Park Cowboys. R.I.P. in peace Joe.

Posted by Ronny Walsh - Abington, MA - Friend   May 16, 2020

good by old friend , we played one on one basket ball in our sauna suits in july at the y , the floor was so wet we were slipping all over the place lol , alot of laughs with joe rest in piece my brother

Posted by dennis hickey - Rockland, MA - Family Friend   May 15, 2020


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