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Miguel “Mig” Ernest Poirier Obituary News: Former Yarmouth Jr. Mariner and Canadian Tire Cup Champion from Moncton is Dead

Miguel “Mig” Ernest Poirier Obituary News: Former Yarmouth Jr. Mariner and Canadian Tire Cup Champion from Moncton is Dead

Miguel Ernest Poirier Obituary: Miguel “Mig” Ernest Poirier, a young talent from Moncton, sadly passed away on January 10, 2024, at the age of 22. Poirier was a former Yarmouth Jr. Mariner and Canadian Tire Cup Champion, leaving behind a legacy in the world of hockey.

Who was Miguel Ernest Poirier?

Miguel Ernest Poirier, an accomplished hockey player, made a lasting impact on the sports community through his time as a Rambler, Yarmouth Jr. Mariner, and Canadian Tire Cup Champion with the Kent County Junior Hockey Club. Despite his young age of 22, Miguel’s impact reached far beyond the rink, leaving a lasting impression on many.

Miguel was widely recognized for his kind and gentle nature, which always seemed to create a warm and welcoming environment wherever he went. His infectious smile and genuine charisma not only won over his athletic teammates but also brought happiness to everyone lucky enough to have met him.

Miguel’s remarkable generosity was evident in his unwavering commitment to making a positive difference in the world. His selflessness and genuine desire to help others set him apart. His behavior demonstrated a strong dedication to helping others, and his kind nature deeply impacted those who knew him.

With heavy hearts, we share the heartbreaking news of the passing of Miguel Ernest Poirier. His grieving parents, Jean-Marc and Charline Poirier of Saint-Antoine, and his sister, Danie Martin of Moncton, will feel a void that is profound.