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Beverly Anne Lavallee St. Germain - Burlington Beverly Anne Lavallee St. Germain passed away peacefully after a brief illness at the age of 84. Born on September 21, 1933, the eldest daughter of Romeo and Eva Lavallee in Burlington, Vermont. For sixty years she was married to Kenneth St. Germain, a veteran of the Korean War Theater, who pre-deceased her in 2012. She graduated from Burlington High School and Vermont’s School for the Deaconate. Beverly began her professional career working for WJOY and WDOT in Burlington, worked as a medical secretary for Dr. Winston Eddy, and as an administrative assistant to Henry N. Flynt and Joseph Peter Spang of the Heritage Foundation of Deerfield, Massachusetts. Her primary vocation began in 1989 when she was ordained as a deacon in the Episcopal Church and served for over twenty years as a hospital chaplain at what is now the University Of Vermont Medical Center. She is the author of: “A Discovered Grace: Childhood Memories of Growing -up in the Depression Years of Burlington’s Old North End.” Beverly is survived by her son, the Rev. Dr. Paul St. Germain of Columbus Ohio; a sister Susan Jane Lavallee of Lake Oswego, Oregon ; brother Carl Douglas Lavallee and his wife Anna Marie Lavallee of Monkton, Vermont; and Irving and Donna St. Germain of Camas, Washington; as well as many nieces and nephews. There will be no calling hours. Services will be held at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 2 Cherry St, Burlington on Friday February 16, 2018 at 10:00 AM. The Rt. Rev Thomas Ely, Bishop of Vermont will preside and the Ven. Catherine Cooke, Archdeacon, will preach. The Ready Funeral Home and Cremation Services South Chapel 261 Shelburne Rd. Burlington is handling the arrangements. Please visit www.readyfuneral.com to place on-line condolences. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Rock Point School, an Episcopal ministry dedicated to supporting students who are challenged by educational goals.

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