Mary “Pauline” St. Pierre


With great sadness, the family of Mary “Pauline” St. Pierre announce her passing at home, surrounded by her children, on Wednesday, May 12, 2021. Pauline was pre-deceased by her loving husband, Joseph (2006) and her parents William and Florence Dupuis. Mom leaves behind her children Randy (Bev), Ron (June), Karen (Chuck Badger), Shawn, and Pam Pillon (the late Doug).  She will also be missed by her grandchildren Kaitlyn, Brayden, Cameron, Emily Badger, Charlie Badger (Meagan McQueen), Daniel, Nick Pillon, Connor Pillon, and one great-grandchild Sophia Badger.  Sister of the late Louella (the late Ken) Tolmie, the late Bernard Dupuis, the late Kathleen (the late Jack) Grifka, the late George (the late Corrine) Dupuis, the late Lawrence (Mary Helen) Dupuis, the late John (Jean) Dupuis, the late Raymond (Rita) Dupuis, Agnes (the late Charles), Eugene (Sue) Dupuis, the late Ernest (the late Pauline) Dupuis. Sister-in-law of the late Eva (the late John), the late Rosaire (the late Evelyn), the late Estelle (the late Oliver), Marcel (Mariette), Bernadette (Denis), Jean-Paul (Stella), Luc (Janine), Gerry (Darlene) and the late Marc (Sue).  Mom graduated from Nursing School in 1959 and married Dad later that year. Mom was loved for her kindness and laughter by many, especially nieces, nephews and friends.  We will honour Pauline with a mass and burial when Covid restrictions allow.  In lieu of flowers please consider donations to the work of the Salvation Army in Chatham.  Arrangements entrusted to Life Transitions Burial and Cremation Service Inc.

30 Comments on “Mary “Pauline” St. Pierre”

  1. We are so sorry for your loss. She will be missed … and so will her laugh and good humour.

    Pat and Sharon Heine

  2. So sorry for your loss. I’ll always remember her smile and laughter! She will be missed. Hugs to all of you, Phil & Laurie

  3. Your smile and joyfulness will be sorely miss. My sincere condolences to your loving family

  4. So sorry to hear. My dearest sympathy to the St. Pierre family RIP.Paul & Mary Ann Barrette

  5. My sincerest sympathy to Pauline’s family. I am so honoured to have known Pauline for many years. Pauline and I worked together and she was my right arm. I am so grateful to have been able to be her neighbour for two years prior to moving to Retirement Living. She leaves me with many happy memories. The movie nights, sitting out on the balcony, sharing a happy hour now and again, having meals delivered to our apartments. Laughing almost daily, remembering the good old days. My dear friend will be so dearly missed.. RIP Pauline

  6. She was such an amazing woman!!! So sad to hear this news.
    Memories of her joy, love and laughter will be kept close to my heart.

  7. My deepest sympathies to all the family. May angels escort her into heaven to be re-united with many of her loved ones.
    She may be gone from sight but forever living in memories and in your hearts.

  8. So very sorry to hear Pauline has passed. She was a wonderful lady. Our condolences to the St. Pierre Family.

  9. Our sympathies to all the family. I worked with Pauline, and she was a hoot. Always laughing. RIP Pauline.
    Marc and Joanne Mailloux

  10. Our deepest condolences. Thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.

    Sandy, Scott and Larry Leitch-Casey

  11. Condolences to the family. I worked with Mrs. St.Pierre for years. She was the best Director of Nursing and always kept us laughing and made work such fun times. Sad to hear that she has passed.

  12. We were sorry to hear about Aunt Pauline. The last time we saw her was a few years ago when we dropped off a CD of family pictures. She was trilled viewing them as she had never seen any pictures of Uncle Joe when he was younger. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Love Mike and Judie

  13. Her smile her laughter her kind hearted ways and her love for family will be missed by all. Sending our condolences and big hugs to all.Brian and JoAnn Dupuis❤️

  14. Our Earthly Family has lost a Dear Soul and while we shall miss Her dearly,We realize Our Welcoming Commitee in Heaven has just gotten Bigger! As We grieve ,We look forward to a sweet Reunion in Heaven!
    Blessings of Peace and Comfort to Her Children and all Her took care of Her!
    God Bless and Rest In Peace ,Pauline! ✝️

  15. Dean and myself,Sharon,your nursing buddy will miss our yearly stopover in Chatham on our way to Harrow. What a great friend and buddy you were .. Rest in piece.

  16. Dean and myself,Sharon,your nursing buddy will miss our yearly stopover in Chatham on our way to Harrow. What a great friend and buddy you were .. Rest in piece.

  17. To the St Pierre family:

    Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved mother. She always had a big smile on her face and was always happy. We had a few card games with your parents and Lawrence and Mary Helen and Ernie and Pauline, very good memories.

  18. Our deepest sympathies on the loss of Aunt Pauline( Your Mother). She will be missed so much by so many who knew and loved her! Wishes I could have spent more time with her but loved every minute we talked on the phone and had lunch when I came down. She will always be in my heart and my thoughts! I know my Mom and the rest of the family were waiting for her, she is not alone! Hugs Karen, Randy, Ron, Shawn and Pam! Love you all!

  19. Our deepest sympathy from the Cazabon Family, as neighbours around the corner we have many memories of the Dupuis family and St.Pierre family down the road from us. Their names often pop up when we speak of times past. The Dupuis’ always had a great sense of humour and they loved to tease us. Our prayers are with you.

    From the Louis Cazabon family
    Yvonne, Therese, Annette, Marcel, Monique, Cecilia, Gerald and Georgette.

  20. My deepest condolences. The world has lost an amazing woman. She will forever live in my heart as woman of great kindness, humour and generosity. She will be dearly missed. My love to all of you

  21. Anita and Daniel I am so sad to hear of Pauline‘s passing. Pauline was one of the most kind, loving, welcoming, warm women I’ve ever met. Dee Derochie


  23. I’m so sorry to hear of Pauline’s passing. She was a lovely, kind and generous lady. I shared many laughs and giggles with her.

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