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Bernadette Hardy

Bernadette Denise Hardy

Tuesday August 1, 1950 - Wednesday December 30, 2020
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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Bernadette Denise Hardy in the early morning of December 30, 2020. She was 70 years young and unfortunately, lost a hard battle against COVID-19.

She was predeceased by her father René Allard and survived by her mother Thérèse Allard. She is also survived by her children Chantale (Glenn), Carole, David (Miranda), Brigitte, Thérèse (Brian) and Dominique (Candace); her grandchildren Christian (Cathryne), Stephanie (Ivan), Eryc, Raven, Justin (Janessa), Breanna, Kyle, Jennifer, Owen, Annalisa, Markus; 3 foster children, Sam, Ayla, Levi; her great-grand children Gemma and Ezra; her brothers and sister, Larry (Henriette), Joe, Rolly, Rita (Fred), Leo (Mariette), Bert (Cindy), Fred (Jeannine), as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews, cousins and friends.

Bernadette was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She tried her hand in a few different careers but lo and behold, truck driving was her passion. She loved going for coffee and little day trips, having BBQ’s, and cherished spending time with her children. She also found pleasure in watching a good action, western, or black-and-white movie. Moreover, she found great joy in sewing and knitting for the less fortunate, while also staying true to her religious beliefs.

We are eternally grateful to the medical staff at Grace Hospital who took part in treating and taking care of our mother.

We love you deeply and will miss very much. You will forever be in our hearts!
Rest in peace mom.
We will see you again someday.
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Brigitte Hardy

Posted at 08:18pm
Mom and i were spending the day together and decided ro fo shopping at walmart . I seen a dress and decided to try it on . While in the change room i looked in the mirror and burst out laughing . Mom asked what was so funny . I told her the dress is , my god its like a moo moo dress . She asked to see it , i told her no way , your gonna laugh . She promised she wouldnt . I open the dressing room door and sure enough my mom breaks out laughing , she says " you look like matante fin in that dress " as she is laughing saying it . She reaches for her phone and tells me she wants to take a picture . I told her no way , you'll use it against me . Ahhh .... but it was a good laugh so i let her take the picture . Ever since she would pick in me about that dress .
 

Stephanie Zenchuk Posted at 08:27pm

Cute memory. But that picture was taken when me, you, my mom, and Carole went to Kendra for the day.
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Lucie Bittner

Posted at 06:25pm
I'm Lucie Bittner, Bernie's cousin, daughter of Aunty Clemence Fontaine (sister of Therese Allard). My memories of Bernie started in childhood with the many visits and overnights at the Allard Family on Hamel St. in St. Boniface. One particular day was a challenging encounter with Aunty Marie, who resided in their block. Bernie, as a young adult, expressed sympathy and care for me, that day; by inviting me to my first Demolition Derby. Her concern and care always remained with me. I will forever be grateful for her presence in my life. Our shared faith, our shared sufferings, and our shared concern and care for our families and extended family were always treasured moments. Bernie, to me, was a fighter for life, truth, and the belief in all people's God-Given gift to reach their full potential. Whenever a challenge, an injustice, or compassion for another loved one presented itself; she was always ready to lend a helping hand! Her dedication and commitment to family was exceptional! May her faith, her perseverance, love, and sense of humor remain in our hearts. And my heaven be the fulfillment of eternal life that she held so dearly.
 
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Therese Hardy Posted at 07:59pm

Thank you for Sharing this ❤️
 

Carole Hardy Posted at 01:12am

Thank you for sharing!
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Therese Hardy

Posted at 05:24pm
This summer my mother and I went and spent the afternoon at a park in East Saint Paul. To get down to this park you need to go down a pretty steep hill. Now my mom used a walker to walk alot of the time but she was an adventurous one and would never turn down a challenge.
She looked at how steep it was and says "oh well if I can't get back up you can carry me."
So we get to the bottom and have a wonderful time walking the paths and watching all these tiny little frogs that would cross the paths. She always loved nature and saw the beauty in everything. We stopped at a bench and looked at the beautiful scenery. We took selfies and had so much fun.
When it was time to leave, we get back up to the steep hill and guess what happens..... She can't get up! So I basically had to stand behind her hands on her butt literally pushing her up the hill while she's pushing the walker. We had to stop a few times because we were laughing so hard we were almost in tears. When we got to the top and caught our breath she turned to me and says " I love you, you're such a good sport!"

This is one of my favorite memories. Mom, you were always the good sport. I hope you are having many adventures wherever you are ❤️
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