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June 24, 1954 ~ January 18, 2024 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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He passed away peacefully at the age of 69 surrounded by his loving family.
Dale was raised on a farm located in Hosmer, B.C. Married Pat Cullen Dec. 16, 1972. They raised two beautiful, loving daughters, Jolene, and Erin.
Dale played Junior hockey in Fernie and loved every moment. He said that the days he was on the ice were always great days.
Dale was always busy, he loved work as a logging truck driver, Heavy Duty Mechanic, home builder and contractor. He took pride in a job well done. His projects were never done until it was done right.
Hiking - It had to be challenging.
Travelling was his passion. Over the years he and Pat covered North America from West to East and North to South and Australia. Always planning new routes to travel. He loved it.
For many years, every summer weekend was spent at Tie Lake, waterskiing, tubing, barefoot skiing, the ski jumps and boating. Such fun times spent with family and friends. He helped Pat coach Ringette and drove the bus for the girls who played and parents.
Dale was a kind and caring son, brother and a GREAT husband, father, and Gramps/Poppa.
Dale is survived by his loving family, wife Pat, children; Jolene (Dan), Erin (Matt), grandchildren; Taitum Doering, Belle Boehm, and Cassidy Boehm, sisters; Sharron, Cindy, and brother Pete.
He was predeceased by his parents, sister Christine and grandson Seth Doering.
Dale was a special man and will be missed by his family and friends.
As Dale wished, there will not be a funeral. Family will grieve and celebrate Dale's life privately and within our family.
Special thanks to Dr. Soetaert and Dr. Michal for such great care and understanding.