Edythe St. Sauveur, a resident of North Smithfield for over 60 years, died Monday the 7th of January at Landmark Medical Center. Born in 1931, Edythe earned her nursing degree from the St. Joseph’s School of Nursing in Providence and was a registered nurse and social services coordinator, caring for others for nearly 40 years at Landmark Hospital in Woonsocket. Edythe was married to her husband, John, for sixty-three years and was the mother of four children: Kimberly, John, Brad and Jeffrey. She and John loved traveling with their close friends through Europe and the Caribbean. In recent years she cherished her regular trips to the casino with her sister, Elaine. She spent over 2o years in the winter months in Venice, Florida surrounded by friends and loved ones and hosting her grandchildren for trips to Disney and the beaches. Edythe was an avid golfer and quietly recorded three aces on the Florida links. Most of all, she dedicated her life to caring for her children, grandchildren and her sisters. She was raised in Harrisville, a daughter of the late Wilfred & Edith (Lockwood) Langlois. She is survived by her husband, her sister, Elaine, her children, Kimberly, Brad and Jeff, her ten beloved grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her beloved son, John, and her sisters, Carol Hauser and Jackie Blanchard. Memorial gifts may be made in her honor to Saint Antoine’s, 10 Rhodes Avenue, North Smithfield, RI 02896. Calling hours will be at the Keene-Brown Funeral Home, 445 Greenville Road, North Smithfield, RI on Friday from 4-7 PM. Her funeral will be held Saturday, at 10 AM from the funeral home, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AM, at St. Patrick’s Church in Harrisville, RI. Burial will be immediately following at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Pascoag.
St. Antoine Residence
10 Rhodes Avenue, North Smithfield RI 02896