Paulette Bieler

BIELER, Paulette Katheryne……

July 11, 1958 (Kitchener, ON) – Dec 13, 2021 (London, ON)

Peacefully at home and surrounded by love, after a courageous and lengthy battle with cancer, Paulette Katheryne Bieler, passed away on December 13th, 2021. She was the beloved mother of Julie Dickison, Erin Skinner (Ian), Aimie Dickison, Jeffrey Dickison (Bonnie). Paulette had 5 beautiful grandchildren, Samuel, Wesley, Lukas, Beatrice and Cameron.  She was also sister to David Bieler (Orly) and Joanne Bieler (Barry).  Predeceased by her parents, Paul (2010) and Jeanette (2020). She was a giver by nature and always had a heart for those in need. She saw the best in everyone and made the most of all situations.  She had a passion for people especially caring for the elderly where she spent 20+ years working in long-term care. 

Some of her happiest times were spent in her garden or visiting with friends but most of all making memories with her 5 grandchildren. Throughout her 10-year battle with cancer, mom was always so appreciative of the care she received at London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joe’s Breast Care Program, including all the doctors, nurses, and paramedics that cared for her along the way.  In keeping with her wishes, no service will be held. A private family memorial will be held at a later time.  Donations can be made to the London Regional Cancer Program, c/o London Health Sciences Foundation, 747 Baseline Road E, London ON, N6C 2R6. Cremation London & Middlesex entrusted with arrangements 519-858-2467. Online condolences shared at

  1. Joanne…My heart aches for you today my sister. I know this has been so hard on you and your family. I love you. I’’m praying for you.❤️

  2. My sincere condolences to family members and friends. God’s grace and comfort keep you in this difficult time. With our love the Drakopoulos family

  3. My condolences to you and your family. May her soul rest in peace. My prayers and sympathy will be with you and your family.

  4. My heart is broken hearing about your leaving us but you will forever be in my heart.

  5. Such a beautiful tribute to Paulette.
    Her love will remain in the hearts of those who were a part of her life.
    She is now joyfully with her Lord Jesus.

  6. Dear Bieler family,
    Sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved family member- Paulette. My heart and prayers are with you. Keep strong in Jesus!!.

  7. I love you so much mom. You taught me everything I know. You were the best mom ever. I have so many memories of you, going on all my class trips, coming to every single band concert at school and going to every parent teacher interview. You loved when I showed you how to 2 step in the kitchen and always told me you wanted to teach us to dance “the pony”. You had the best taste in music and we loved going to concerts Remember when we went to see The Stampeders at Victoria Park. I remember you blasting your music in your car and using our leg as your drum. You were the coolest mom ever. Your work here is done. You raised us so well. I hope you are having a coors light and vising the casino in heaven. I hope someone is doing your feet and Buddy and Louie met you. Momma, I am everything I am because you loved me. I will see you again xoxx

  8. So sorry for your loss. God is with you and she is now w God!! Xx
    Love you and i know it cant be easy for you!
    Love and Light, Kate

  9. So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing..We were so blessed to meet Paulette and her family.. We hope her family has the strength to carry on…RIP from the Milner’s

  10. Our deepest condolences to the family in this trying time, may God give you all the strength needed to carry you all through.

  11. My wife and I had the honour of working with Paulette at the London North Home Depot. Our thoughts, prayers and strength are with her family right now and she’ll truly be missed.

  12. Our thoughts , prayers and love to you all during this difficult time.

    We’ll continue to remember you guys in prayer in the coming weeks

  13. Paulette you were a wonderful friend all through high school. You picked me up when I was down and kept me on the straight & narrow. When you married and moved away I visited you and you would always visit me when you returned to Oakville. I miss you.

  14. Sorry for your loss, Julie. I’m thinking of you. She sounds like a super awesome mom and cool lady! May she live on in all the beautiful memories you have.

  15. The dearest, and fiestiest soul I’ve ever met! We affectionately called each other ”Chumly”, never by our own names…(long story about a t.v. show we both watched). You were the strongest person I knew Chumly, you always “kept on the sunny side”….even though you seemed to be forever battling ”just another bump in the road”. You truly were “knee deep:, but you’d always “get busy livin’ !! I’ll miss you Chumly, but I’ll just say ”so long for now”, until we meet again. I treasure the many laughs we had at work and since retirement, and I can totally picture you up there baking pies for everyone right now. Til we meet again my friend. My sincere condolences to Julie, Erin, Amy and Jeff, and to those precious kiddies that Gramma doted on.

  16. In the last few weeks I couldn’t go see her and I will regret that for the rest of my life. Paulette made me promise that I’ll do sth exciting and new in my life everyday until I die and that I’ll enjoy my life. She always worried about me like a mother and asked me to slow down, to not stress and take care of my health. God, I’ll miss her. Can’t belive that I couldn’t see her at the end. I’m still sitting by my living room window thinking Paulette is sleeping just in that room across the street and she’ll watch out for me. She always said, ‘G you don’t worry, I’m right here for you’.
    I think loosing her really makes me value my own parents more; cz I don’t want to miss any opportunity to spend time with them anymore.
    I’ll miss you Paulette. I hope you know that I really really love you and you’re one of the strongest and most amazing human being I’ve ever met. ❤

  17. It’s taken me a few days to find the head-space to do this. So many emotions have been flooding my mind and heart…

    Paulette was such a strong, loyal, loving person and a true example of strength and determination. She fought cancer for 10 years but NEVER once complained. Always saying, ‘just another bump in the road’; and ‘I’m going to beat this; I’ll be fine!”

    Through all the years, she never failed to encourage and share her love for her family. She found so much joy in the little things of life, but absolutely topping the list were her five grandchildren and four children. She loved them with all her heart. She was born for it!

    She was such a thoughtful person, never missing the opportunity to make sure you were ok; saying constantly to me to, ‘slow-down little-sister’; or ‘I want you to do something fun today’, and say ‘hello to my FN and FN’. (Inside joke…the last one being ‘Favourite Newfie’, my husband Barry.)

    She loved to bake and plant flowers with her grandchildren, never concerned that flour and/or dirt was everywhere…with her favourite line to them being, ‘it’s no big deal’, when things were a mess. She never-ever sweated the small stuff. She just wanted to be peaceful, happy and enjoy life. Two of her grandchildren are in Alberta, so visits were not often, but she talked to them on Messenger daily. She cherished those times…and all 5 were deeply imbedded in her heart…

    During our mother’s last years, she was a significant help to her and when Covid hit, she spent almost a year calling her every single night to sing, “You Are My Sunshine’, together with her because that was one of the songs our mom could remember.

    Paulette, you are with the Lord now and dancing in the streets of Gold with those that have gone on before us. I’m so thankful that you said ‘yes’ to receiving Him as your Lord and Saviour. It doesn’t matter when it happened…as long as it happened ‘in time’…and it did!

    I will miss you every day, and already miss your daily voice messages on Messenger…so glad you learned how to do that as we all now have your voice captured forever! I already miss being called “little sister” during every conversation…and it tears me apart just writing this on paper…

    Thank you for being the best sister, for protecting me when we were young and for always believing in me – and – especially being my number one supporter/encourager during this last year in my ‘new’ Journey. I am truly blessed to have had you as my big sister and will miss you every day until we meet again!

    I love you Paulette….”always and forever” as you always said to your loved ones! xoxoxo

  18. It is with much sadness that we say good-bye, but it is tempered with the joy of all the wonderful memories of such a strong, special lady!

    I’m so happy to have known Paulette, ‘my sister by another mother’, (as she always said to me when we were together), and truly blessed to know the wonderful children she raised, Julie, Erin, Aimie and Jeff.

    God bless you all!

    Love Kim

  19. So sorry for your loss but so happy she’s at peace in heaven ❤ Paulette we will see you there one day. I only met you a couple of times but I’ve heard many wonderful things about you.

    Praying for the whole family during this time.

    Love Jasmin & Andrew

  20. . Loosing two close family members so close together is tough.. our thoughts and prayers are with you and Paulette’s family.

  21. We are extremely sorry to know the sudden death of Paulette. Though we met her only a few times, she always had a great smile on her face. It is with much sadness that we say goodbye to a wonderful lady. She has left beautiful memories for all of us to cherish.

    Please accept our condolences and convey them to her children and David.
    God bless you all!

  22. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Jo, Barry and family we are so sorry to learn of Paulette’s passing and send our deepest condolences during this very difficult time. May you find solace in knowing she is at peace and is safely “home” along with your parents. Our prayers and thoughts are with all of you. Surround yourselves with family and friends, may their love and support carry you through your grief and may fond memories bring you joy and laughter to help ease your sorrow and stem your tears as you remember happier times. We send all our love and hugs…. please remember to be kind to yourselves❣️
    N-M-K xoxoxoxo

  23. I still can’t believe you are gone, Paulette! 💔 I still feel your presence. You are absent but around. I miss your voice already but I will talk to you in my prayers. Your memory will never fade. I will always remember your positive words, your positive attitude, and your positive spirit. You have taught me so much about life and how to never give up on any achievement. I am so lucky that we crossed path in life; you have added a special taste to my life and enlightened me. I thank you for everything you have done for me and I will always love you! ❤️ Rest in Heaven’s glory.

  24. Such a beautiful tribute to aunt Paulette ! She was such a positive, caring, and loving person to each and every person who had the privilege to know her. She will be very missed ❤❤

  25. Remembering all the good times when you were in Hanover and more recently as we kept in touch in the 8th and 9th inning! December 13 you hit THE HOMER !! iT WAS TIME – YOU FOUGHT THE GOOD FIGHT!!! WHAT A TREASURE CHEST OF MEMORIES YOU HAVE LEFT FAMILY AND FRIENDS ! HOME FOR CHRISTMAS ———–SO SWEET !!!!!

  26. Our deepest condolences on your loss.
    Joanne and David, you are part of such an incredible and wonderful family, so losing your sister must be very difficult. The obituary, and your heartfelt further words, Joanne, are beautiful summaries of Paulette’s life and qualities. May the memory of her and her wonderful impact on you and others help to ease at least some of your pain. Our families have been close for a long time, so our thoughts are very much with you.
    Fred, Frank, Monica, Christina and Tanya

  27. Dear Joanne and Family,

    SO sorry for the loss of your sister. Our thoughts and prayers of strength are with you and all the family at this time. Am always here whenever you need anything, even just a listening ear. God wrap His tender loving arms around all.
    Love, Cristina S.

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