Schoening Funeral Service

513 Seymour Street, Kamloops, BC



28 September, 191818 May, 2020

In Loving Memory of Dorothy Colebank September 28,1918 - May 18,2020

Dorothy was born and raised in Vernon British Columbia. She married Rupert Colebank in 1940 and they moved to Hixon in 1951 where they raised their 12 children. They lived in Quesnel until Rupert’s passing in 1990 then Dorothy moved to Ashcroft in 2004. She had many happy years in Ashcroft living independantly until 2016 when she had a stroke which necessitated her moving into the Gemstone care facility in March 2017. She is survived by all 12 of her children, Barbara Laviolette(Rae), Phyllis Giesinger, Diane Colebank, Donald Colebank(Margaret), Wayne Colebank, Betty Morrison(Stan), Linda Switzer(Ted), David Colebank(Marlene), Chris Colebank(Brenda), Evelyn Gouin(Paul), Keith Colebank(Carleen), Karen Colebank(Bob), 27 Grandchildren, 46 Great-Grandchildren and 11 Great-Great Grandchildren and numerous neices and nephews who will all miss her. She is predeceased by her husband Rupert Colebank, her Mother and Father, 2 brothers, 2 sisters, son-in-law Ambrose Geisinger, 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

She passed away peacefully at Gemstone on May 18,2020 with 2 of her daughters by her side. There will be no service at this time due to Covid-19.

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Arrangements entrusted to Schoening Funeral Home 250-374-1454


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Ina and David Gory

7 June 2020

Dear Betty and Stan:

Just saw "In Loving Memory" of Dorothy in the Ashcroft Journal. We send condolences to your and your family. I still remember the beautiful pictures you showed me of Dorothy and her daughters celebrating her special birthday.
May all the special memories of times together help with your loss.
Ina and David Gory

Alex Coffey

6 June 2020

Sorry to hear of your mother's death. She will be missed but had a long and memorable life. She was always a pleasure to talk to.