OBITUARY: Frank L. St. Aubin, 91

Below is an obituary from Nichols Funeral Home:

WILMINGTON, MA — Frank L. St. Aubin died peacefully on October 12, 2021 at the age of 91. The beloved patriarch of our family was born in Boston on November 28, 1929. He was the son of Andre and Margaret (Noble) and the brother of his adoring sisters, Robina and Margaret, who survive him in Fort Myers, Florida.

Frank served his country in the United States Navy Reserves during the 1950’s. It was during that time period, he met and married his faithful wife, Dorothy. These dear people walked together for over 68 years in God-given love. Dorothy, who is 93, still resides in Wilmington. Together they raised 4 surviving children: Lori (David) Johnston of Greentown, PA, Steve (Maureen) St. Aubin of Taunton, MA, Audrey (John) Ziegenfus of Binghamton, New York, and Mark (Linda) of Wilmington, MA.

Frank took great delight in his 10 grandchildren: Josh (Autumn), Holly (Logan), Brian (Jessica), Jess (Jeff), Michael (Jessica), Laura (Micah), Karen (Tim), Jeremy (Marie), Michelle (Matt) and Andrew (Jenah) and his 21 great grandchildren: Ryken, Talen, Benaiah, Brinley, Sydney, Adam, Ian, Ezekiel, Wyatt, Levi, Zachary, Lucas, Molly, Ellie, Benjamin, Katherine, Wesley, Calvin, Marcus, Aiden, and Lincoln. The quality of this legacy is a testimony to the grace of God channeled through the example and sacrifice Frank left for them.

Frank was a man with a deep capacity to love. He loved his work, where he rose to become the president of Bay State Box Company. He loved his church, where he served faithfully Jesus Christ throughout his adult life. He loved his cottage on the lake in New Hampshire, where he would entertain 4 generations of the St. Aubin clan. He especially loved his family. Years of hard work, wise counsel, and kind generosity earned him much love and respect. We knew him to be humble, patient, and tirelessly interested in their lives. He shared more laughs and memories with us than we could ever repay.

It is our desire to honor his life and his Lord with visiting hours on Monday, October 18th 4:00 – 7:00 pm at the Nichols Funeral Home,187 Middlesex Ave, Wilmington, MA. We will hold a funeral service and celebration of his life on Tuesday October 19, 12:00 at the Wilmington Congregational Church, 220 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, MA 01887.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Fisher House Foundation for disabled veterans and their families, 12300 Twinbrook Parkway, Suite 410, Rockville, MD 20852.

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