May 02, 1927 – January 12, 2015
At the age of 87 years
In 1927, Blanche was born into the Dallaire family who resided on a farm near Mallaige, Alberta . She married Benjamin Daily in 1945. After several moves, they raised their family in Edmonton, Alberta.
After marrying Clarence Albertson in 1979 she moved to his farm in North Dakota.
She moved back to BC in 1994 and resided in the Salmon Arm area until her death at age 87.
Blanche is survived by her children; Sharon Liebel (Dave), Judy Grant (Jim), Gayle Daily, Brenda Daily, Vaughn Daily and Wade Daily, 14 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.
A Celebration of her life will be held at the Salmon Arm Seniors Centre, 170-5th Ave on Jan 22, 2015 at 6:30 pm.
Our sympathy to all those who are grieving the loss of Blanche. Blanche was a second cousin to my grandmother and after she came to North Dakota we became acquainted… what fun we had together! She would come and stay with us and we’d play table games and tell stories and mostly I remember laughter. She endured many hardships in life and now she is at peace (and laughing that wonderful contagious laugh) in the presence of our Creator. God Bless the memory of Blanche.
To Sharon and Dave
I last saw Blanche a few years ago when my mom, Alice, and I visited her. I am sorry that we lost touch with you and Blanche, Sharon. Donna told me today of Blanche’s passing. If we had been in the area, we would have paid our respects at memorial. Blanche was always kind to us in trying times. I enjoyed her stories of north Dakota and of her life in general. I admired how she always looked so well groomed and pretty. She was a good person!
We are so sorry hearing of Blanche’s passing..Our condolences to all of her family.. I missed showing my respect at her funeral,,but didnt know about this until a few days ago I am now sorry that I had not seen as much of her in the past couple of years…
Our deepest sympathies to the family in the loss of your mother/grandmother! We are thankful for many great memories of Aunt Blanche while she lived in North Dakota – beautiful smile, awesome quilter, wonderful wife to Uncle Clarence, hospitable, great helper on the farm, persevered through various health issues. My mom, Marie Eggen, and Blanche were good friends. Last time we saw Blanche was when she returned to North Dakota for a nieces wedding, which was about 14 years ago. We’ve communicated through cards, letters and a few phone calls throughout the years. May sweet memories be a source of strength for you in the future. God Bless!
We extend to you our deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mom-Blanche. Blanche and I became acquainted through my friend Clarence many years ago. I have been the renter of Clarence and Blanch’es land since the 60’s. Blanche was an amazing and talented special lady. We talked often on the phone when she moved back to BC. I enjoyed many delicious meals and cups of coffee with Blanche and Clarence. Hope it helps to know that many thoughtful thoughts are with you and your family.
Friends, Ruben and Bea Olson
Our deepest sympathies in your loss
Leo and Joan Dallaire
Our sympathies to all the family in your loss.
Leo and Joan Dallaire
Talked to your mother regularly & knew her health was failing. Had nice visit with her in Chino Hills as she stopped by. Would love a family member to contact us thru this email
We talked to your mother regularly by phone; knew her health was failing. Had a number of visits with her when we lived in Chino Hills. Our sincere sympathies to all the family. We’d love to have a family member contact us thru our email or phone 760-238-0214 – Leo’s cell
We would like to express our sincere sympathies to Blanche’s family. Thankfully, we saw your Mom in Salmon Arm 3 1/2 years ago, and had a good visit with her. I’ve talked with her on the phone since then, and will miss her. Owen & Annette Isaacson
My deepest sympathy to the family. My mom and her are hopefully playing a good card game in heaven.