Gagne, Michel ‘Mimi’

Peacefully and surrounded by his loving family, Michel ‘Mimi’ Gagne passed away at Chinook Regional Hospital in Lethbridge, Alberta on January 21st, 2022 at the young age of 46. He was a bright spark in this world and will be deeply missed by many.

He was born in Montreal, Quebec, the youngest child of Paul and Rosanne Gagne. Growing up in Cranbrook, BC and later moving to Invermere, BC, he stole many hearts with his blonde curls, bright blue eyes and mischievous grin.

He was a kind and gentle soul, making friends wherever he went. His easygoing nature, kind smile, great laugh and fearless sense of adventure made it impossible not to love him.

After graduation he worked for many years alongside his father in the logging industry. He took great pride in his work and looked forward to eventually taking over the reigns of the family business.

He loved the outdoors, spending every free moment with friends and family doing the many things he loved which included camping, fishing, quadding, skiing, travelling, playing hockey, chopping firewood, boating on the lake and much more.

In 2009, he moved to Fort MacLeod, Alberta where he was affectionately nicknamed ‘Little Mikey’ by his many friends. He worked for a short time at the Queen’s Hotel and then made his way up North to work in a logging camp with his dad.

Over the years, Mimi fought a long and valiant battle with numerous illnesses including addiction.

He will be lovingly remembered for his big heart, bright smile and infectious laugh.

Mimi will be painfully missed by his parents Paul and Rosanne Gagne, his sister Joyce (Dale) McMurray, his nephews Daven and Caden McMurray and his many extended family and friends.

A celebration of his life will be held at a later date.

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