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Obituary for Pauline Germaine Dagg (Baronette)

In loving memory of our Mother Pauline Germaine Dagg (nee Baronette) 83 years of Sudbury who passed away at home Friday morning May 6th, 2022 surrounded by her loving Family.
Pauline was a devoted wife to Kenneth Edward Dagg (predeceased), loving mother to Linda Dagg, Joanne Dagg and Jeff Dagg (wife Lori). Cherished Grandmaman of Kristina Belanger (husband Bradley), Maggie-Lynn Pan (husband Scott Gagne), Lisa Rossi, Kiersten Dagg (partner Justin Chartrand), Stella (partner Zandre Cardinal), Connor Dagg, Jack Jones, and Mitchell Jones. Great- Grandmaman to Logan Belanger, Colin Belanger, Nicholas Chartrand, Kenneth Gagne, and Kylian Simonut Rossi
Pauline was born in Cache Bay to Athanase & Yvette Baronette (nee Cayer) (both predeceased) loving sister to Jocelyne Vincent (husband Roger predeceased), Jean-Guy Baronette (predeceased), Madeleine Baronette (predeceased), Donald Baronette (predeceased), Gerald Baronette (wife Rolande), Edgar Baronette (predeceased) (wife Linda), Roger Baronette (wife Kathy), and Marcel Baronette (wife Laurie). Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews and friends.
In 1958 Pauline graduated from the Covent Notre Dame de Lourdes in Sturgeon Falls, where she was blessed with friendships that would last a lifetime. Pauline worked for Davidson Furniture in Sturgeon Falls and in 1959 she married the love of her life Kenneth Dagg. In 1967 they would move to Sudbury and Pauline started working for the Dominion of Canada grocery store. Pauline continued her career in retail food until her retirement. Pauline was an original Garland Crescent Ranger, neighbors became friends and guardians for the collective, some are gone, some are moved, but there will always be a special bond for the families of the Garland crescent Rangers. Pauline was a religious woman and was dedicated to her church The Holy Redeemer, where she regularly attended. Pauline’s life was filled with family and friends who loved her, she will be remembered for her small stature and her big personality.
Special thanks to the Bayshore Team, our head nurse Kim, the entire Home Instead Organization and the two wonderful supportive PSW’s Adebimpe “B” and Nasiya, there are no words to describe how grateful we are for your support.
Resting at the Jackson and Bernard Funeral Home 233 Larch Street, Sudbury. Funeral Service in the R.J. Barnard Chapel on Friday, May 13, 2022, at 11am. (Friends may gather in the chapel after 10:30am Friday). Reception to follow. Cremation with interment at the Civic Mausoleum.
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