Descendant of a lineage of prosperous merchants, Jeanne Bachand was disposed to remain in the collective psyche of the people of Coaticook. She left her mark in the annals of both the city and opera.

In 1920, she married Adélard Dupuis. The couple only had one child, a girl named Marguerite. She was quickly initiated to music in her youth by studing at the convent of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary.

In addition to performing to the biggest concert halls in Quebec with her voice and her talent, she really helped the musical institutions in Coaticook. She was the headline act of Coaticook's Union Musicale to become the nationally known singer. In the 1920s, she won fame in Coaticook's Opera House, then she distinguished herself in several opera houses and theatres, and she organized, at her place, several garden parties to raise funds destined to organizations of the region. Following her father's example, she was very involved in the well-being of people in her region.

For that matter, he was very important in the region. With his general store, his garage and his mandate at the town council in Coaticook, he was a pillar of the municipality's history. In 1936, he won a medal of Foreign Business for his commitment in his society. Jeanne Bachand took over the family store during a few years to pass the torch to her own daughter who shut it down in 1960.