March 8, 2023
Cheryl St. Aubin, formerly Ruggirello, age 68, passed away on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, after many health issues and illnesses over several years.
Cheryl grew up in Harrison Township as one of five girls born to the late Robert L. and Christine Catherine (Gunning) St.
Aubin. She graduated in 1972 from L’Anse Creuse High School.
Cheryl worked at what was once Aetna Industries, Inc. in Center Line, Michigan. She began as a shop clerk handling administrative functions for Plant Managers and processing timesheets and payroll for employees. While at Aetna, she formed many friendships and lasting acquaintances working her way through the company, including Manufacturing, Purchasing and serving as the Executive Secretary to the CEO. Due to declining health, Cheryl left Aetna and working full-time to focus on things that brought her happiness such as her cat Pandora.
Over the years she enjoyed camping, snowmobiling, bowling, shopping and her many dogs and cats.
Left to reminisce of the many laughs, jokes and silliness she could evoke are her sister Nancy (St.
Aubin-Reno) Wells. Her nephews and nieces, Ray (Carin) Reno, Ron Reno, Dennis (Chris) Reno, Denise (Hollis) (Tim) Paye, Ardis (Fairman) Gillespie, Holly (Hollis) Cochran, Lisa (Wells) Johnson, Larry J. Wells, Guy R. (Stacy) Fairman, Christine and Crystal Petro, 16 grandnephews and grandnieces and great grandaunt of three. Goddaughter, Lisa (Olter) Keyworth and Godson Ryan Reno.
She has also left her dear friend Michelle Best behind as a special part of her legacy.
Cheryl is predeceased by her parents Bobby and Chris St. Aubin, sisters Barbara Hollis, Patricia Petro and Cheryl’s infant twin sister Carol St. Aubin and brother-inlaw Larry Wells.
As per Cheryl’s wishes, cremation has taken place with no services scheduled. A private inurnment will be held at a later date at St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Clinton Township, Michigan.
Those wishing to partake in an expression of sympathy may choose the charity of their choice or to their local animal rescue or shelter in memory of Cheryl Ann St. Aubin and her love of dogs and cats. May she rest in peace and live on in your memories.