Tubman Funeral Home/Valley Crematorium

210 Claude Street, Wolseley, SK


Isabelle Mae Hood

January 5, 1927January 29, 2020

On Wednesday January 29, 2020, Isabelle Mae Hood of Regina, Saskatchewan died at the age of 93 years.

Isabelle was predeceased by her parents Neil and Ada Gillespie (nee Keffer); baby daughter Shirley Mae Hood and brother-in-law John Soloninko.

She is survived by her husband Robert (Bob) Hood; sister-in-law Barbara Soloninko (nee Hood); son Grant Hood (Deb); daughter Donalda Kozlowski; grandchildren, Brendan Hood (Amanda), Sheldon Hood, Trevor Kozlowski, Alisha Kozlowski and Janessa Crockwell (Caleb); great-grandchildren, Isabelle Hood and Everly Kozlowski.

Isabelle started her working career in Indian Head as a telephone operator with SaskTel. She felt quite honored to set up the connection between the Premier of Saskatchewan and the Premier of the new province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Bob and Isabelle met in Indian Head. Bob was transferred to Canora and Isabelle transferred to Regina. After getting married in 1949 they moved to Kipling where Isabelle worked at the drug store, post office and as a telephone operator. She played ladies hockey, started curling and taught Sunday school. She enjoyed raising her two children and had a passion for picking berries. During their 70 years of marriage, Bob and Isabelle loved travelling and spent many enjoyable summers camping.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Regina Humane Society, Box 3143, Regina, SK. S4P 3G7.

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


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Michelle Askew

February 1, 2020

Donalda and Family,
Praying for you during this difficult time. I fondly remember Mrs. Hood, welcoming me into her home and showing me some of her "treasures", in the yard. I am reminded of this home, when I visit my own backyard, and see a few pieces, created by Mr. Hood. I am aware that this experience has been trying on all of you, over the past few years. It is an emotional drain, watching Mrs. Hood's health fade. I know Donalda has been there, throughout the journey - both the good days and bad. I admire her strength and endurance. Hoping for peace, comfort, and compassion, for the family, as you enter this next chapter. Know that you are in my prayers. Hugs, Michelle