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Mae Ruth Domes

May 8, 1929November 14, 2020

Mae Ruth Domes

Mae Domes (Mitchell) passed away November 14, 2020, with family at her side, on November 14, 2020 at age 91. Predeceased by her husband Ed (1990), she is cherished by four children: Grant (Shirley) Domes of Brownlee, SK and their children Brett and Chelsey, Linda (Ken) Peters of Assiniboia, Ross Domes of Assiniboia, Brian Domes of Assiniboia and Vernon (Debbie) Domes and their children Ashley and Jacquelyn of Estevan, SK.

Due to the current health situation, a private Family Funeral Service will be held at Messiah Lutheran Church, Assiniboia, SK on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 1:30 pm. Pastor Doug Miner officiating. Donations in Memory of Mae may be made to the Assiniboia Auxiliary for Assiniboia Union Hospital Auxiliary Long Term Care. Interment to follow at Mount Hope Cemetery, Assiniboia, SK. Expressions of sympathy for the Domes family may be shared at www.rossfuneralservice.com. Arrangements entrusted to Ross Funeral Service, Assiniboia, SK

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Herb Huber

November 29, 2020

Heather & I send our deepest condolences to Grant, Linda, Butch, Brian & Vernon. Hard to believe Aunt Mae is gone since we just spoke not that long ago & she sounded so great. I (Herb) go back a long way with Aunt Mae - I remember their wedding. My next best memory is when she and Uncle Ed made their first trip as a couple to visit us in Lipton, Sask. I was probably only about eight years of age, and while sitting in Uncle Ed's lap they let me steer their vehicle around some of the winding road along side of the Qu'Appelle valley. That experience provided me with some really good boyish "Ya but..." fodder for another eight years until I was legally permitted to drive. I also remember her telling how she sent in an entry to the I Like Tide Because contest and promptly forgot about it, only to get a phone call saying she just won a brand new 1954 Chevrolet Belaire and 1000 gallons of gas. In 1967 they even came to our wedding in Sarnia, Ontario. But most important I remember her unique smile, hospitality and warm heart. Herb Huber (or as they used to call me Little Herb).

Abba Riss

November 19, 2020

To all of Aunt Mae’s family my most heartfelt condolences at this very difficult time! She was truly a wonderful lady, a big part in my life and she will be missed!
Hugs and love to each of you!!

Anna Ross

Tracey (Domes) Wood

November 18, 2020

Aunt Mae is woven into so many of my cherished memories. When I was little, I am sure I saw her multiple times in any given week, and I was always so happy to be around her. (Not because she made a special fuss over me - I’m quite sure it was simply a child’s unconscious recognition of her kindness and the joy she took in family.) When she moved to Assiniboia and I was a teenager, I reserved my corner in her new house and stayed so frequently that to this day all my friends still know it as “Aunt Mae’s house”.

She was always interested in what was happening in our lives. She was my god mother and an extension of my own mom. (She and my mom talked on the phone every day for years, and in this past year it was so fitting that they saw each other every day in their new home). She was a woman of grace and strength, good humour and sometimes a sharp opinion – all of which was always entertaining. I loved our many chats. She never missed a birthday call, and she continued to make my children feel as welcomed and special as she had made me feel growing up. She took such joy in her family which included an extended circle of friends and relatives. I am so grateful that she was my Aunt Mae. There will be so many of us who continue to love and miss her.

Bev Pennington

November 18, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I loved my weekly thur visits with Mae doing her hair and trying to solve the world's problems .

Aileen Collings

November 18, 2020

Loving thoughts are sent to dear cousins Brian, Linda, Grant, Ross and Vernon. Our memories will reside in the always enduring and deeply adoring lifelong friendship between your mom Mae and our mom Irene; the best sisters-in-law there ever were!

Aileen & Zbigniew

Anita and Tom Mead

November 18, 2020

We would like to send our condolences to your family. Aunt Mae was a very special lady and will be remembered dearly. Lots of memories pass through my mind from Monday wash days to Sunday church. We will miss our visits with her, but she has a lot of catching up do where she is now. So we hope your memories will make you smile when you think of her, as ours do. We are thinking of you all. Anita and Tom Mead

Lloyd Berner

November 18, 2020

So sorry for your loss, our thoughts & prayers are with all of you.
Lloyd & Dorraine

Donna Ross

November 17, 2020

To Grant, Linda, Butch, Brian, Vernon and families. Ron and I send our heartfelt sympathy to you all from the bottom of our hearts. Aunt Mae was a pillar in my life and we had so many laughs over the years whether it was about her and Mom and their clothes pin bags on Monday laundry days, Brian leaving dead salamanders in his shirt pockets, Vernon coming down in the middle of the night, thinking he was going to miss the bus. Just so many wonderful memories of all our visits. Even in February before the lockdown, our last picture together. Our visits over the phone after that, she always recognized my voice, and we always had a wonderful visit about all of you and the Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. She updated me on all the new pictures on the wall including Tracey and Merna’s children. She truly loved her family and was so proud of everyone. We are all so blessed to have been loved by her. God Bless you all and give you strength in the days ahead with special prayers for your memories to put a smile on your face. Hugs to all!

Adele Missal

November 17, 2020

Sending our sympathy and prayers to Aunt Maes family . Truly admire this beautiful lady . She set a powerful example with her strength, courage and determination . God Bless her. Adele and Bill

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