CORINNA – Pauline Hebert, our Mother, Memere and matriarch, passed peacefully March 27, surrounded by 25 members of her loving family in Pittsfield at the age of 87, knowing she would be reunited with her husband and beloved sons, David and Brian.

Our mom was born Dec. 29, 1929, in Chisholm, to Harold and Aurore (Breton) Pomerleau Sr. She married our Dad, Armand Hebert, on Aug. 23, 1948. She raised seven children in a home filled with love, warmth and happiness. She was a meticulous housekeeper all the while letting her children play and live in the house without a worry of the mess and chaos. Mom loved her flowers and gardening and took pride working diligently in her yard and flower gardens. She worked several jobs but was proud to operate her own craft and gift shop, named Country Charms. She was a communicant of St. Anne’s Catholic Church.

She is survived by a son, Armand “Pit” and wife, Kathy, of Dexter; four daughters and their husbands, Elaine and Marvin Lister of Corinna, Diane and Alan Rabideau of Dexter, Linda and Darryl Henderson of Corinna, and Debra and Seth “Brad” Bradstreet of Newport; two brothers, Harold, Jr. and Gerard Pomerleau of Jay; six sisters, Jeannette Henry of Readfield, Bernadette Cloutier of Lewiston, Lucille and husband, Jean Richard, Claire and husband, James Jacques, Elaine and husband, Robert Haley, Marie Ann and husband, William Arnold, all of Jay; beloved grandchildren, Jamie and wife Katherine Hebert, Amy and husband, Bill Sandifer, Jessica and husband, Paul Dyer, Brydon Lister, Scott Lister, Haley Rabideau, Christopher and wife, Tara Rabideau, Rachel Henderson and fiancé, Steve Porter, Shawn and wife, Danielle Henderson, Seth and wife, Hillary Bradstreet, Sarah and husband, Mike Busque; nine beloved great-grandchildren, Kane, Lukas and Markus Sandifer, Caleb and Logan Rabideau, Drake and Chloe Henderson, Abbigail and Brady Bradstreet; nieces and nephews; and her beloved dog, T.J.

Pauline was predeceased by her husband, Armand; sons David and Brian; and a sister, Joan Doiron.

The family would like to thank the staff at Sebasticook Valley Hospital for the wonderful care given to our mother and the hospitality shown to the family while we were there.

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