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Thérèse Dion

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Thérèse Dion
Born Thérèse Tanguay
(1927-03-20) 20 March 1927 (age 90)
Saint-Bernard-des-Lacs, Quebec
Occupation Television personality
Years active 1954–1992
Spouse(s) Adhémar-Charles Dion (m. 1945; d. 2003)
Children 14, including Celine Dion

Thérèse Tanguay-Dion, MSM (born 20 March 1927), popularly known as Maman Dion, is a Québécois television personality, and the mother of singer Céline Dion.

She was born on the Gaspé Peninsula, in Saint-Bernard-des-Lacs, Quebec, as was her late husband, Adhémar-Charles Dion. Her parents were Antoinette (née Sergerie) and Laureat Achille Tanguay.[1]

Already well known in Quebec as a stage mother involved in her daughter's career, she later launched her own line of food products, Pâtés de Maman Dion, and became host of a cooking show for TVA.[2] She is also a sponsor of the Fondation Maman Dion, an educational foundation which provides school supplies, clothing and eyewear to underprivileged children.[3]

Children

Thérèse and Adhémar had 14 children:[4]

  • Denise Dion (born 16 August 1946)
  • Clement Dion (born 2 November 1947)
  • Claudette Dion (born 10 December 1948)
  • Liette Dion (born 8 February 1950)
  • Michel Dion (born 18 August 1952)
  • Louise Dion (born 22 September 1953)
  • Jacques Dion (born 10 March 1955)
  • Daniel Dion (29 November 1956 – 16 January 2016)
  • Ghislaine Dion (born 28 July 1958)
  • Linda Dion (born 23 June 1959)
  • Manon Dion (born 7 October 1960)
  • Paul Dion (born 3 April 1962)
  • Pauline Dion (born 3 April 1962)
  • Céline Dion (born 30 March 1968)

References

  1. ^ Germain, G.H. (1998). Céline: The Authorized Biography of Céline Dion. Dundurn Press. p. 26. ISBN 9781550023183. Retrieved 13 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Maman Dion puts own brand of sizzle into cooking show". National Post, 8 September 1999.
  3. ^ "Golfers do good; Maman Dion's Foundation Fights High School Dropout Rate". Montreal Gazette, 27 July 2008.
  4. ^ http://www.angelfire.com/de/Doubledutch2/family.html



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