Liliane M. St. Clair, 72, passed away Nov. 6, 2008. Survived by her husband, Ed St. Clair; sons, Donald (Fiora Starchild) St. Clair of Eugene, Ore., John (Dr. Kristi) St. Clair of Winder, Ga. and Andrew St. Clair of Pueblo; grandchildren, Kayci, Sylvani, Isaac and Sebastian St. Clair; sisters-in-law, Tina Delavre of Frankfurt, Germany, Marianne Roane of Monument, Colo. and Judith (James) Raines of Folsom, Calif.; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents, Dr. Michel and Ninon Delavre; and brother, Dr. Vladimir Delavre. Liliane was born July 20, 1936, in Bucharest, Romania. She and Ed were married Nov. 1, 1959, in Frankfurt, Germany. Liliane was a devoted U.S. Army wife and served as their children's mother and father while Ed was serving in Korea and Vietnam. Liliane enjoyed her work in advertising and marketing. She was a faithful member of Temple Emanuel. She was dedicated to the betterment of our community by being an active supporter of the Pueblo Symphony, P.S. Friends and ARC of Pueblo. She was also involved with the Sotos Syndrome Support Association. Liliane had the lead role in the Impossible Players' rendition of the Cemetery Club, and in 2006, she was recognized at the YWCA Tribute to Women event. Service, 2 P.M. Sunday, Nov. 9, 2008, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Rabbinic Intern Roberta Becker officiating. Interment will follow at B'Nai Jacob Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to ARC of Pueblo or P.S. Friends, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. Ed and family, Lilliane was such a great inspiration and support to your extended family, those of who served like you. We were blessed with her presence at events that we will remember and we always loved her. My deepest condolensces to you and yours. You will remain in my prayers Ed. Love, Sharon Sinklair

  2. Dear Ed and family,

    I’m deeply saddened at Liliane’s passing. I felt that I knew you both through the ICW list, and consider you both dear friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  3. Dear Ed – you’ve shared so many stories of you and Liliane with the ICW group, that I feel like I’ve known her for years. My love and prayers are with you and your family. Her memory and love will remain in your heart forever. Much love – Sharon

  4. Carol & I send our prayers your way and pray for comfort for you all. We have enjoyed knowing your family thru the years via e-mail and have shared in your triumphs and woes. Know we are willing to help in any we can.

  5. Andy,

    I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. I wish you all the comfort during this difficult time.

    Linda Kuhrt (Whited)

  6. Lilliane was always “up” and happy.
    She was a customer of mine at my flower shop as well as my advertising contact.
    Super nice and friendly.
    My sympathy to her family.

  7. The Belmont Optimist Club Members express our deepest condolences and prayers to Ed, Andy and family. We all have great memories of Liliane and will keep them always.
    With deepest sympathy.
    Belmont Optimist Club, Dennis Valdez,Past President.

  8. Lillian was one of the first(and certainly the nicest) person that I met when I moved to Pueblo. She would pop into Seabel’s with her big smile and enthusiasm for Pueblo & her passion for advertising. My prayers and thoughts are with Ed and family. She is missed.

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