Troy's Story

EDDINGTON - Troy Newman St. Louis, 43, of Eddington, Maine, passed away on April 19, 2015, surrounded by loved ones, after suffering a massive ischemic stroke late Thursday evening.

A memorial service will be held in Troy's honor at 1:00pm on Saturday, April 24, 2015 at the Olamon Faith Baptist Church in Olamon (Greenbush), ME. Rev. Dr. Foster Williams will be officiating. Following the service, there will be a brief interment ceremony at the Greenbush family plot and reception at the Helen S. Dunn Elementary School in Greenbush, ME.

Troy was born in Landstuhl, Germany on May 15, 1971, to his parents Roland Daniel and Patricia Dianne St. Louis, who were living abroad at the time while his father served in the army. He graduated from Cony High School in Augusta, ME in June 1989.

During his youth, Troy was an all-star hockey player. Troy held a variety of jobs over the course of his life, but what he really loved was the outdoors and spending time with friends and family. Those who met him were quickly won over by his outgoing personality and sense of humor, as he joined every conversation with a twinkle in his eye and a crooked smile.

Troy was actively engaged in the charitable and social aspects of the Eagles Club (# 3177) in Brewer, ME and volunteered many hours with his fiancée, Tammie Davis.

Troy is survived by his parents, Roland and Patricia St. Louis, of Ft. Myers Beach, FL; his brother, Christopher St. Louis, of Portland, ME; his maternal grandparents, Orman and Doris Carroll, of Greenbush, ME; his paternal grandparents, Roland (Sr.) and Jean St. Louis, of Old Town, ME; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and the rest of his family and friends.

In lieu of flowers or gifts, memorial donations may be given in Troy's name to the Maine Junior Black Bears youth hockey league, P.O. Box 444, Old Town, ME 04468.

The family of Troy St. Louis would like to thank the staff at the ICU at Eastern Maine Medical Center for their excellent care, as well as others involved in preparations for the memorial service and internment.
Published in Bangor Daily News
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