September 17, 1932 – March 23, 2021
at the age of 88 years
Born Chauvin, AB September 17,1932
Left this world on March 23, 2021 in Sicamous, BC
With her children at her side
Denise was predeceased by Vic Dore her husband of over 60 years and her oldest son Robert Dore, his wife Dorothy Dore.
Her children Donald Dore, Rita Dore and Doug Roberts, grandchildren, great grandchildren and extended family will live to honor her message.
“No fuss is to be made upon my passing: Remember me in your own way and
if possible, lend a hand to a friend or give help to a stranger.
That I would truly appreciate.”
Dear Rita & Donald & families,
So very sorry & shocked to hear about Aunty Denise’s passing. She will truly be missed. I’m going to miss our visits when I “detour” with my dad into Sicamous to visit with her on our way to Abbotsford. She was a true joy.
Love Helen (McGuire)
My sincere condolences to all the family. I first met Denise when I came to their home to help out with Vic. Our friendship began, visits, wine, muffins, etc. Her beautiful smile and humour will never be forgotten. I will truly miss our visits but will always treasure our special friendship. Thinking of you at this time.
I still see Denise and Vic at the altar at Fatima . Must of been on first family wedding at a impressive age.
How fortunate for me that the last time I visited Vernon, I was able also to see her.
Our sincere condolences to all her family. Loraine
Dear Rita and Donald,
Our sincerest and deepest sympathies go out to you! Your mom was truly a gem, one in a million. Her, Clem & I had several good talks and visits, chatting up a storm often thinking of the ‘old’ days. She had such a great smile, a terrific sense of humour and a loving & caring disposition! We had hoped to go see her soon but COVID rules did not allow it. She will truly be missed
May God give you strength and courage during this difficult time!
Dearest Rita, Don and families. Our deepest sympathies go out to you during this time of grief. We will always remember stopping in to visit and feeling Denise’s energy rise when she had guests. Her smile, laughter and ability to make everyone feel special will be greatly remembered and missed. Now she can organize a new home and show who really is the boss. Love that lady to pieces.
Love, Richard, Theresa and Kiandra Eng