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Blanche M. (St. Cyr) St. George
October 31, 2023
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Blanche St. George, of Canton, a loving and friendly woman known for her devotion to her family and her love of country music, passed away peacefully on October 31, 2023, in Ellis Nursing Home in Norwood, MA. She was a beloved figure in her community and will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Born May 19, 1927, she was raised in Norwood, Blanche was a proud graduate of Norwood High School. She carried her love for her hometown throughout her life, always involved in community activities and gatherings. She was not only known for her friendly nature but also for her love of country music. Her family gatherings were often filled with lively tunes and warm laughter, a testament to her nurturing spirit. Blanche was the cherished wife of the late Wilfred St. George and Phillip Black. She was a devoted mother to her sons, Eugene R. Black and his wife Jane of Mansfield, and David A. Black and his wife Tracey of Norwood and the late Diane Black and Phillip Black Jr.. Her role as a mother extended beyond her immediate family as she was a nurturing figure within her community. In addition to her sons, she is survived by her sister, Jeanette Dube of Norton, seven grandchildren: Joanna Black and her fiancé Robert Randall, Anthony Black and Fiance Tina Rogers, Nicholas Boley-Black and husband Trevor, Justin Black and wife Sarah, Frank Black, Joseph Black, Brandon Black, and Phillip Black, and five great-grandchildren: Vincent Black, Dante Black, Gianna Black, Aubrey Black, and Mason Quinn. She was predeceased by her siblings Albert St. Cyr, Loretta Jones, Rene St. Cyr, Willie St. Cyr, and George St. Cyr. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Blanche's family was the cornerstone of her life, and she leaves behind a legacy of love and strength. Blanche was known for her friendly nature and her ability to make anyone feel at home. She was a woman who found joy in the simple things in life, such as a good country song or a family gathering. She had a way of making ordinary moments feel special, and her home was always filled with warmth and laughter. Blanche's life was marked by her dedication to her family. As a devoted wife and mother, she put her family's needs above her own and her love knew no bounds. Her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were the light of her life, and she took great pride in their accomplishments. Blanche St. George was a woman of incredible strength, warmth, and kindness. She touched many lives with her loving spirit and her passing leaves a void in the hearts of many. Her memory will live on in the many lives she touched and the love she shared will continue to inspire those who knew her. As we reflect on Blanche's life, we remember a woman who was full of love, kindness, and joy. She was a beacon of light in her family and her community, and her legacy will live on in the hearts of those she left behind. She was a true embodiment of what it means to live a life filled with love and family, and she will be deeply missed. In closing, we remember Blanche St. George as a loving and friendly woman, a devoted wife, a caring mother, a cherished grandmother, and a great-grandmother. Her love for country music and her family gatherings will be remembered fondly. As we say our final goodbyes, we celebrate a life well-lived, a life filled with love, laughter, and music. Funeral Service at Dockray & Thomas Funeral Home 455 Washington St. Canton Friday morning at 10:00. Burial Canton Corner Cemetery.