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Darlene Jardine

Darlene Elizabeth Ann Jardine (Jardine)

Monday, December 27th, 1937 - Monday, June 24th, 2019
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Darlene E.A. Jardine
1937 - 2019

Darlene Jardine, late of Bienfait, SK passed away peacefully with family by her side on Monday, June 24, 2019 at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Estevan, SK at the age of 81 years.

Darlene’s memory will forever be cherished by her family; son, Randy LeGatt, N. Battleford, SK, daughter Denise (partner Harold) Collins, Edmonton, AB, and son Kelly (Sue) Collins, Edmonton, AB; grandchildren, Shanna (Rob) Morrow (great-grandchildren, Brady Newbold, Madason Morrow, Brian Morrow and Matthew Morrow and great great-granddaughter Dahlylia), Samantha Berner (granddaughter Mya), Kristin Collins and Megan (Cory) Griffiths (great grandchildren Mason and Jude Griffiths). Darlene will also be lovingly remembered by her 2 sisters, Carolyn Madro, Tofield, AB and Marilyn (Ernest) Dupuis, Bienfait, SK; sisters
in-law, Donna Jardine and Debbie Paiement; brother in-law Tom Wiggett as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Darlene was predeceased by her parents Lorne and Marie Anne Jardine; brothers, Lorne (Carrie) Jardine, Larry Jardine, Lavern Jardine and Raymond Jardine and one sister Deanna Wiggett; brother in-law Ted Madro; nephew Randy Madro and great niece Alice Wiggett.

The private family graveside service was held at the Bienfait Cemetery.

If friends so desire memorial donations may be made to the St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation, 1176 Nicholson Road, Estevan, Sask. S4A 0H3 in memory of Darlene. The family is appreciative for the wonderful care that was given to Darlene in the hospital.

Yvonne Clark at Hall Funeral Services, Estevan assisted Darlene’s family.
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    Location
    Bienfait Cemetery
    Address
    BIENFAIT, SK S0C 0M0
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    The private family graveside service was held at the Bienfait Cemetery.
  • Interment

    Location
    Bienfait Cemetery
    Address
    BIENFAIT, SK S0C 0M0
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carol collins

Posted at 11:12am
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Darlene. She was the very first person to Welcome me with open arms into the Collins Family 50 years ago next month. She was always such a pleasure to be with. Her smile lit up the room and she was such a gracious hostess. I remember one time she had made such a beautiful diner for myself, Rick, Bud and all the children. I was in awe because in those days I was just learning how to cook. Anyway the kids were all running around being very noisy, and she just remained calm and cool with that beautiful smile. Dinner was ready and she called us all to the table. We were just ready to begin, and Kelly (her son) said I don't want this. I want a peanut butter sandwich. Well that started the ball rolling. Denise then said I don't want this either. Then my Jimmy chimed in. Darlene calmly got up, made 3 peanut butter sandwiches, brought them to the table, and we all had a lovely dinner. It was a little thing, but went such a long way in avoiding chaos, tears and tantrums. I never forgot it, and it always reminded me of what a real Lady and good Mother she was. RIP with the Angels Darlene
Carol Collins Sooke, BC
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