Elizabeth Dianne Kolybaba

March 11, 1952July 15, 2020

Elizabeth Dianne Kolybaba (nee Dick), aged 68 years of Regina, passed away peacefully at the Regina Wascana Grace Hospice, after a courageous battle with lung cancer. Dianne was born in Outlook, SK, grew up in Moose Jaw, SK, and later moved to Regina, SK where she started her family. Her greatest enjoyment was her garden, working in her beautiful yard, and spending time with family and friends at her summer cabin at Katepwa Lake, SK. She also had a love for animals as she always had a furry companion by her side. Dianne is predeceased by her father, Laurence Dick and her infant sister Audrey Dick. Dianne will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her two daughters Angela (Terry) Leflar and Lori (Mike) Hudson; grandchildren Jaden Leflar, Kaylen Leflar, and Marley Seeman; mother Vina Dick; sisters Gail (Barry) Smith, Sandra (Tom) Rogers; brother Ken Dick; many nieces, nephews, friends; and her dog Wally. In keeping with Dianne’s wishes there will be no funeral service and for those so wishing, memorial donations may be made in Dianne’s name to the Regina Wascana Grace Hospice, 50 Angus Road, Regina, SK S4R 8P6. To leave an online message of condolences, please visit


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Misty Forrest

July 27, 2020

My sincere condolences to Dianne's family during this difficult time. I had the opportunity to work with and get to know Dianne over the years at FCC. She was a very dedicated and hard-working person that you could always rely on to get the job done. I will miss seeing her big smile and having her presence on our team. Sending my thoughts are prayers to everyone who knew and loved Dianne.

Cara Smith

July 24, 2020

Angela and Lori,

My heart goes out to you and I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with your Mom and sat near her for quite a few years, so I was fortunate to know her and her commitment and dedication to every thing she did. I am sure qualities for how she lived her life outside of work too. I am going to miss her laugh and the smell of peanut butter toast that she had every morning and how easy it was to just talk to her whenever I would stop by her desk to chat or ask a question. Your mom took great pride in doing a good job and in being the go to person. Above all what stands out the most to me is how much she cared. Losing a parent leaves a big space in our hearts, the loss is hard. But in the meantime I am so thankful to have known your mom, thinking of her brings a smile to my face.


Vic and Joni Carriere

July 20, 2020

Our sincerest sympathy to you, Angie and Terry and the rest of your family on the loss of your mother. It was always a chuckle when Wally would wonder away and sometimes end up in our yard at the cabin at Katepwa. Your mom was always so pleasant even though we did not see her very often. I am always envious of your cabin yard - it always looks so nice. You have done a good job keeping it up for her Angie. Sorry we didn’t know when we saw you last weekend or we would have passed on our condolences in person.

Yvonne Smith nee Marshall

July 19, 2020

Thoughts are with the family. We never got to meet but you were still family (cousin). Dianne's Mother is our Fathers sister. I'm sure all your Scottish family share my sadness for those left behind. Taken too soon. Love and condolences.

Yvonne Smith (Marshall) xxxx

Norman Marshall

July 19, 2020

Sorry to here this sad.Thoughts are with the family and friends. ❤❤
Reguards Norrie.