It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Micheline Bernier (nee Prevost), at the age of 72. Micheline was a beloved mother, grandmother, aunt and sister. She demonstrated kindness and openness to everyone she knew. She loved to cook for others, finding pleasure in their appreciation for her great food. Always non-judgmental, she allowed others to express themselves, flaws and all, recognizing that life is a journey where mistakes are made and life lessons are learned. She was a great listener and supportive of anyone who ever needed her. Loving mother of Christine Ladouceur (Rene) (nee Bernier), she raised her with a true appreciation of the great outdoors and encouraged her to enjoy all of life’s experiences. Some of those cherished childhood memories describe who Micheline truly was – from making a necklace with dandelion stems, enjoying campfires, watching the stars, playing in the rain (and the puddles!), or smelt fishing at midnight. These earliest memories made Christine the avid outdoorsmen she is today and she is eternally grateful for all of the wonderful memories. Micheline was a beloved grandmother to her cherished grandson Cody Young (predeceased), sharing with him all of the same wonders of the world. She will find great peace in being reunited with him again. Also loving step-grandmother to Jessica and Jacob Ladouceur. Micheline was fortunate to have two loving partners in her life Paul Lefevre (pre-deceased) and Guy Bernier. Loving sister to Jacqueline Blais (Cleo), Yvette Prevost, Pierrette Guilbault (Jean Jacques) and Roger Paquette. She was predeceased by siblings Pauline Mercier (Art Berube) and Emelien Prevost. Micheline was a doting aunt to her many nephews and nieces, enjoying a close and loving relationship to them all. She enjoyed a very special relationship with Denis Blais. Micheline fought a courageous fight against cancer, maintaining her dignity, warmth and appreciation for all of her family until the end. Rest in peace, you will be missed. At Micheline's request there will be no service. Donations in her memory can be made to Hospice Maison McCullough.