May 10, 1944 – July 23, 2022
Born May 10th, 1944 Scott, Saskatchewan
Passed Away July 23rd, 2022 Christina Lake, BC
Dolores is survived by her loving husband, Ken, children, Shawn (Lisa) Wiesner, Shelley (Kevin) Halliday, and Jarrod Wiesner. Grandchildren, Danielle (Matthew) Chanasyk, Justin (Rafaela) McIntyre, Chantelle McIntyre, Brooke McIntyre, Karley and Ashley Halliday and great grandchildren Jakob McIntyre and Laila.
And we can’t forget her faithful pet and companion, Mia.
Dolores’s siblings, Colette (Paul) Ward, Marion (Jim) Wyatt, John (Denise) Frison, Celine (Brian) Linfoot, Danny (Theresa) Frison, Gwen Frison (Brad) Prevost. Brother in law Pat Wiesner, sister in law Loraine (Don) Jamieson, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends across the country.
Dolores was predeceased by her parents, Tony and Anne Frison and father and mother in law Emil and Isabel Wiesner, her sisters Audrey and Angela, her niece Amber Ward, nephew Bradley Wiesner and Shanda Wiesner.
Dolores’s community spirit and involvement as the director of the church choir was one of her purposeful gifts that through song brought family, friends, and congregations together. Her bright smile, powerful yet soft voice and note filled guitar and piano always left you with a heartwarming smile and a feeling of contribution for the better good.
Condolences may be expressed through Grand Forks Funeral Home’s email at email@example.com
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Development & Peace at www2.devp.org or charity of your choice are appreciated.
Special thanks to the first responders and ambulance services, Karan Fervorn who lent Dolores an oxygen machine, Emma Weinlich who offered medical and emotional support and a heartfelt thank you to all the amazing neighbors and “the lake family.”
Heartfelt thanks to Father Paul, and the church choir for their unending support.
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