237 - 4Th Street North East, Weyburn, SK


Doris Eileen Sambrook

11 July , 193125 September , 2019

Doris Eileen Sambrook late of Bengough, Saskatchewan, formerly of Milestone, Saskatchewan born July 11, 1931 who passed away September 25, 2019 at the age of 88 years.

Doris was predeceased by her loving husband, Tommy Sambrook, parents, Jane and George Howse; great grandson, Davin; step-father, Chris Putt; siblings, Harold, Leonard, Everett, John, Rodger, Clarence and Isabel; father & mother in law, Tom & Margaret Sambrook; brothers in law, Howard and Bob and sister in law, Edith.

Doris will be always loved and missed by her son, Rodger Sambrook (Wanda) & family, Allison (Brad Neiszner) & her children Kadan & Hannah, Adam and his daughters, Ciara and Kiana; daughter, Kathy (Neal) Haack & family, Jennifer (Brad) and their sons, Cody & Tysen, Craig (Jessica) and their daughters, Dallas & Austynn; sisters in law, Dorothy Howse, Alice Howse, Sharon Howse and Eunice Sambrook as well as numerous nieces, nephews & friends.

A Memorial Service will be held Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the Milestone Masonic Lodge, Milestone, Saskatchewan with Pastor Yvonne Terry officiating. Funeral lunch & fellowship will follow at the Masonic Lodge. Interment will be held at a later date at the Milestone Cemetery, Milestone, Saskatchewan.

A sincere thank-you from the family to the staff at Bengough Health Centre.

Donations in memory of Doris may be made to the WAWA Shriners at 2065 Hamilton Street, Regina, SK S4P 2E1.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, 3 October , 2019


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Ken Howse

11 October 2019

Condolences to the family. Doris was maid of honor at mom and dad's wedding in 1951.

Kelly Fish

30 September 2019

Doris brought a joy to those around her. From her infectious smile to her kind heart.

Linda (Howse) Boston

29 September 2019

Aunt Doris has always been my favorite aunt on my dad's side. I spent many vacations at their farm growing up. Loved every minute spending time there.

I remember being hired at harvest to be the grain truck driver. Rodger thought Uncle Tommy was crazy hiring a "girl" to do a man's job, but he soon learned that I could do anything he handed me. This inspired Aunt Doris the following year..... IF Linda can do it..... so can I. ❤ And she did an amazing job making her family very proud of her. ❤

My last surprise visit meant so much to her. She gave me one of her Prized Owls she has collected for years, that I was always in awwwww over her beautiful collection. Every time I see an owl I think of her. I will cherish the owl she gave me ❤

Aunt Doris was the last remaining sibling of my Dad. I know they are all together in heaven now..... making our memories stronger.

She may be gone from our world, but she will never be forgotten
❤ Luv You Aunt Doris ❤
❤ Linda Lyle & Nathanial ❤

Cathy Heggs

28 September 2019

I am so very grateful to reconnect with Doris in these past few years,she always had a beautiful smile,she always showed appreciation for the assistance she received and was very proud of all her owls and visits from family and friends,she will be greatly missed!❤️

Michelle & Warren Howse

28 September 2019

We loved to surprise Aunt Doris with an unexpected visit now and then. Her smiles, tears and hugs let us know how happy she was to see us pop by. She was a very sweet lady
who wore her heart o her sleeve and we will miss her giggles and beautiful smile. Rest in Peace Aunt Doris! ❤

Ron Howse

28 September 2019

Good bye to a great person,aunt,mother,grandmother,great grandmother. She was the last member of my dad's family,she loved dearly having people drop by for a visit and it was always very hard to say goodbye. She also had a great love for owls and her face would light up when I would show her a picture of one I had just taken. her room at Bengough care home was full of pictures and ornaments of owls. This spring on our many trips to Bengough to visit her and my mother in law there was a Great horned owl nest and every time we went by we would get pictures of the babies as they grew up.

Norma Shaver

28 September 2019

I cannot think of Doris without a smile because that is how she greeted life. With a smile and so much happiness

Whitney Chamberlin

28 September 2019

Doris was my great Aunt , I will always remember her laugh and her smile was contagious! I have great memories as a child with my grandma Sharon , Grandpa Clarence and his brothers and sister Doris watching them play cards!

Alice Howse

27 September 2019

I met Doris years ago when I worked for her in 1956. Her son Rodger was just a baby. She became my sister-in-law in 1958 when I married her brother Rodger. She was a great person and I grew to love her as a sister. She has left me with many great memories. Will miss her very much. All tho I couldn't get to see her as often as I would have liked, but she is now reunited with your dear husband Tom.

Lynn Frederick

27 September 2019

What an awesome lady and a wonderful friend!We shared many daily visits while my partner was a resident in the Bengough Health Centre and that continued afterwards as well.We had visits during afternoon coffee from time to time sharing stories and laughs. She cared about everyone.I will cherish my memories of her.RIP Doris.