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Lowell E. St. Cyr

Lowell St Cyr
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Lowell “Saint” Edward St. Cyr was born on July 8, 1947 in St. Petersburg, Florida. He passed away on April 29, 2021 in St. Petersburg at the age of 73.


Lowell is preceded in death by his sons Jean Paul Leon St. Cyr (1987) and Randy Lowell St. Cyr (2005) and brother Jerry St. Cyr (2010). He is survived by his loving wife Alice “Jane” (Bryson) St. Cyr to whom he was married to for over 32 years; his devoted mother Joanna Garrett, 98, of St. Petersburg, Florida; daughter Yvonne (Michael) St. Cyr of Homosassa, Florida; son Eric (Jennifer) DeLand of St. Petersburg, Florida and Jenny DeLand of Largo,  Florida and grandchildren Desiree St. Cyr of Brooksville, Florida; Annabelle St. Cyr of Chassahowitka, Florida; Cadin St.Cyr of Homosassa, Florida; Jessalin St. Cyr of Homosassa, Florida; Benjamin Vilches of Homosassa, Florida; Jensyn DeLand of St. Petersburg, Florida; Reese DeLand of St. Petersburg, Florida; Trinity Swails (Roger) of St. Petersburg, Florida and great grandchildren Asher Swails of St. Petersburg, Florida and Roman Swails of St. Petersburg, Florida.  Along with many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.


In elementary school Lowell sold The Evening Independent. He later graduated from St. Petersburg High School in 1965 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Lowell was a black belt in Martial Arts and taught Martial Arts classes while in the Army. After his military career he worked for 28 years at The St. Petersburg Times as a Graphic Artist.  He was a member of the VFW Sunshine Post 6827 where he served as a commander and was Santa Clause for children’s Christmas parties. Lowell was a member of the Defenders Law Enforcement Motorcycle club where he was their Webmaster and was a member of the American Legion.


Lowell served in both the Army and the Navy during the Vietnam War era. He served for 2 years in the Navy and 9 years in the Army where he was stationed in Korea, Key West and Germany before receiving his honorable discharge as a Staff Sergeant in the Army Infantry and Air Defense. During his time in the Army he served with the 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command as well as the 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade. At the time of his honorable discharge he was eligible to wear the Army Meritorious Unit Citation, the Presidential Unit Citation, the Army Commendation Medal, three Army Good Conduct Awards, the National Defense Service Medal, two Armed Forces Expeditionary Medals, the Vietnam Service Medal, two Korean Defense Service Medals, and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal on his uniform. Lowell was also a qualified paratrooper.


A graveside service with military honors provided by the United States Army is scheduled for Friday, June 4, 2021 at 11:00 am at Bay Pines National Cemetery. All guests planning on attending should plan to arrive 30 minutes prior to the service start.

Special Considerations

In lieu of flowers the family has asked that any memorial contributions be made to the ALS Association in memory of Lowell St. Cyr.

Friends, family and those who served with Lowell are invited to share a memory and sign his guestbook below.

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  • Yvonne St. Cyr says:

    I love you, dad. I think about you all day, every day.

  • Amy St Cyr Green says:

    You are greatly missed, and I only hope you are with my Dad and your boys. Love you uncle Lowell.

  • Stephanie Bassett says:

    I love you great uncle Lowell! I’ve heard so many amazing things about you and you will be greatly missed and loved by so many.

  • Jane St. Cyr says:


  • Barbara Davis says:

    Remembering all the good times at your house and the parties that included the dogs. You will be missed.

  • Lynnette DuPont says:

    I know you through the love that your daughter Yvonne expressed for you. I know that she certainly places so much value on sharing your last days with her. I know that your heart knows that because love never dies. Rest in peace.

  • atsy Boatright says:

    To Jane and the rest of the St.Cyr family. my deepest sympathy on the loss of Lowell. I knew him to always be a very sweet person thru all the years he worked at the Times and a few times talking with him and Jane after retirement when a group of us from the Times would meet at Cracker Barrel for breakfast on Jane’s birthday. He always seemed so kindhearted and I know you will miss him but he will be always be with you in your hearts!

  • abraham rahed says:

    Saint was an awesome friend of mine Taught me many things was an honor to sit with him His dedication to all was above and beyond. Just glad to of met him an helped him. RIP my Friend.
    Abe. Aka wildman.

  • Robby Adcock says:

    Jane and Family,
    I write this with a very heavy heart and a great deal of sadness. I have always considered Lowell as a life-long friend. The bulk of our experiences together was in late childhood and throughout adolescence. They were formative years and indelible experiences. I was aware of his challenges after his military service, but have always held him with the highest regard and fondness. I am sorry for his passing and for the great loss to us all. With greatest respect…. Robby Adcock
    ps: my best to Ms. Joanna!

  • Joyce says:

    I am so saddened to hear of Lowells passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you Jane and your family.

  • JoNell Bates says:

    I raise my prayers to the loving family Lowell had by his side during his transitional time. May you all be blessed by the memories and find loving comfort in each other.

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