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Tubman Funeral Home/Valley Crematorium

210 Claude Street, Wolseley, SK

OBITUARY

Dorothy L. Dureault

September 5, 1932April 6, 2020

It is with sadness that we say goodbye 💔 Dorothy L Dureault passed away peacefully at Lakeside Nursing Home in Wolseley, SK on Monday, April 6th, 2020.

Dorothy was predeceased by her husband Paul in April 2007, three sons James, Robert, and Gordon and sons-in-law Allan Siwy and Allan Totten.

She leaves behind her Children to cherish her memory: Sherilynne (Richard) Schumacker, St.Albert, AB Georgina Totten, Keewatin, ON Lucy Siwy, Regina, SK Alan (Shannon) Dureault, Wolseley, SK daughter-in-law Joanne (Steve) Bonnor, Wolseley, SK Eleven Grandchildren: Tanis (Sheldon) Jalbert, Kelly Schumacker, Blane Dureault (Kelsey),Blake (Gloria) Dureault, Sarah Siwy (Francis), Nicole (Jon) Struthers, Bryce (Nicole) Siwy, Dallas (Lisa) Dureault, Jordan (Leah) Dureault, Mitchell Dureault, Alana Dureault (Avery); 25 great-grandchildren, 3 sisters-in-law; Anita Dureault, Theresa Roch, Alice Bodson and many nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will take place at a future date.

Arrangements in care of Tubman Cremation and Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962

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Brian & Gail Blaney

April 13, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to the Dureault family on the passing of Dorothy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.

Linda and Roy Moss

April 10, 2020

Our sincere condolences to the whole family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. May all your wonderful memories bring you some joy and comfort.

Bernadine Rotter

April 10, 2020

Our deepest sympathy to all of Dorothy's family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Cherish the memories.

Orville and Bernadine Rotter

Nancy Siwy

April 10, 2020

So sorry for the loss of your mom to the whole Dureault family. Her door was always open for us to visit. I will always remember her huge smile that just lightened up any room she was in. She will have many open arms waiting to greet her,music will be playing and her spot at the piano will be ready!
Sam and Nancy Siwy

Phil Serr

April 10, 2020

Aunt Dorothy was my Mom's (Marion's) kid sister. They were less than a year & a half apart in age, but when they were together during our many visits to see our maternal relatives up in Wolseley, you would've sworn they were twins. They brought out the best in each other !! I always had the sensation that my cousins & siblings knew that, when our Mom's were together, we were surrounded by a whole lotta mirth, mischief & sunshine -- my Dad (Carl) & my Uncle Paul were always willing accomplices !! Every day was a holiday and every meal was a feast when my Aunt Dorothy was at the helm of our joyful gatherings !! What a treasure !!

Frank & Barb. Dolter

April 9, 2020

Sincere sympathy to Dorothy’s family. Our thoughts are with you.

Gaye Moss

April 9, 2020

I didn’t know Dorothy that well but I admired her caring warm smile. Always a happy loving person. She will be missed. Condolences to her extended family.

Brenda Banbury

April 9, 2020

💕🙏So sad to hear of Dorthy’s passing. Sending my thoughts and prayers to her family during this difficult time. I will sure miss her kind loving heart, laugh and smile. So happy I had the opportunity to work for her (housecleaning). I Will never forget when I was busy cleaning in the bathroom (almost done) I caught her dusting. I said “Hey, ... That’s my job ,what are you doing?” Her reply back was “You motivate me” ...so we both would finish at the same time having time for tea and chatting til I had to go. So great we could share great times & memories💕I will really miss her😢
Brenda Banbury

Claude Noels

April 9, 2020

My deepest sympathy to all of Dorothy's family

Paul Serr

April 9, 2020

When our mom Marion (Dorothy‘s sister) passed away, aunt Dorothy became our new mom. They were so much alike. Same sly wit and subtle humor. We’ll miss her always. I picture mom and dad and Uncle Paul, Robbie, and Gordie welcoming her to her new home… and why do I hear a fiddle playing...?
Paul, Phil, Kathy, Rich

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