Dale Marjorie Dryden


                Dale Marjorie Dryden
             July 16, 1958 – Dec 20, 2023

Dale Marjorie Dryden, age 65, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, December 20th 2023, at the Norwood Capital Care facility. Dale, one of nine children, born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, was surrounded by the love of her large family. With seven brothers and one half-sister, Dale’s upbringing was rooted in familial bonds that shaped her
compassionate nature.

Later in life, Dale moved to Edmonton, where she crossed paths with her husband, the love of her life, Wayne William Dryden. Their union blossomed into a beautiful family, with four children and seven grandchildren. She leaves behind cherished memories with her children Erin (Antonio), Braden, Serena, Brooklyn, (Shane) Shawn (Jennifer), Aubrey, Elijah, Jasmine (Brandon), Brady, and Kaydence.

Dale’s love extended beyond blood ties, she was known for her selflessness, always
prioritizing others before herself. Her warm and caring nature endeared her to everyone she met. Dale possessed a remarkable ability to connect with people, taking the time to learn and appreciate their entire life stories. Those who knew Dale carry with them the imprints of her kindness and genuine interest in others.

In addition to her devotion to family and friends, she loved being a grandmother. Dale had a fondness for simple joys, such as her beloved Tim Hortons coffee. She found delight in the magic of Disneyland creating lasting memories surrounded by the enchantment she cherished.

Dale Marjorie Dryden will be remembered not only as an amazing woman, mother, grandmother, and friend but also as a beacon of love and warmth in the lives of those
fortunate enough to know her. Her legacy lives on in the countless hearts she touched, and her memory will forever be etched in the stories shared by those who were
privileged to be a part of her life

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Darcy Dryden

Our hearts break everyday we think of you. We are going to miss those summers we spent time together and trying to hit on those slot machines. I know you are surrounded with all our loved ones that have gone to the heavens above. Leaving us with all the beautiful memories we will cherish each and everyday.

Michelle O'Brien - Sobus

I’m so sorry for your loss. My mom and I used to talk to her at Wal-Mart whenever we went shopping there. Dale was very friendly and my mom loved talking to her.


My dear friend I miss your smiling face I went to Walmart the other day and found myself looking for you before I had to remember that you had gained your wings. Had I known our last talk would be our last I would have made it last a little longer and made our hug a little tighter. You were an amazing soul, a beautiful and strong woman and a very proud sister/wife/mother/grandmother whose face always lit up a room, you will be remembered fondly and fiercely. Sending all my love and comfort to Wayne, Erin and the rest of your family who I know you are watching over. Until we meet again my dear friend


R.I.P. Dale even though we have not talk in a few years I miss and love you. You had a huge heart and helped anyone and everyone. Sorry to Wayne and All for your loss.