OBITUARY

Darlene Robertson

Passed away on 16 April , 2019

Darlene was born and raised on a farm just a few miles outside of Kamsack, SK. and was the youngest of three children. She love the farm and helping with the farm work. She attended a country school approximately 2kms from the farm and went to high school in Kamsack, SK. Darlene doted on her two children and her two grandchildren. She was a very hard and dedicated worker in her 28 years as a civil servant. Darlene and Colin were married August 2, 1969 and she cheerfully moved and survived 30 years of numerous government moves to various CF bases across Canada. Darlene enjoyed bingo, curling, remodeling, decorating and spending time with her grandkids and family. She was kind hearted, friendly and enjoyed helping everyone and anyone. She was a very loving and compassionate wife and mother and will be truly missed by all she touched along the way. Darlene was also a loving grandmother to her grand kitty Kody and grandpuppies Molly and Sarah. She was predeceased by her parents Anton and Lena Derkatch, brother Albert Derkatch. Left to cherish her memory is her sister Joyce Gross (Yorkton), husband Colin, children Shaun and Natalie (Cam Stephen), grandchildren Chase and Kennedy Robertson (Medicine Hat).

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Gloria Nevill

8 May 2019

I dont know if you will rember me. Darlene and I spent many happy times together in North Bay going to the Bingo. We also did some pretty crazy things. like dressing up at Halloween and visiting some of the bingo players for tricks or treats. The last time I heard for Darlene was she as coming to Ottawa on course and said she would be coming to the Bay to see me, but she never came. I have tried may times to locate your family but I never found you. My thoughts are with you Colin and the family. I was very lucky to have found Darlene, I have thought of her often she was always a good friend