Dorothy Jeanette Smith


It is with much sadness we announce the passing of Dorothy (Dorth) Smith on June 6th. Mom went peacefully in her sleep.

Mom will be missed by her loving husband of 68 years, Bud, and her 3 children Kelly (Deb), Dallas (Rhonda), and Tina-Lynn (Jim), along with her 3 Grand children Cameron, Kaitlin and Karlee. Dorothy was predeceased by her parents Ida and John Enger.

The family would like to thank Kipnes Centre for their wonderful care of our Mom these past 2 years.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to Kipnes Centre for Veterans (via the Capital Care Foundation) or the Alzheimer’s Society of Alberta

There will be a Memorial celebration on Wednesday June 15, 2022 at the Edmonton Inn & Conference Centre, 11834 Kingsway at 2pm

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Joan and Ted Lloyd

Sorry for your loss, Dorothy was a special lady. Our deepest sympathy.

Sandra Tedeschini

My sympathies are with all of you!Your Mom was funny and understanding, kind and thoughtful. I got to know her very well, while I was in high school;she would listen, when nobody else would; I always thought of her , as the Mother I wish I could have had ; sending you all warmth and peace…….

Dawn Weigand

Deepest Sympathy Bud. So sorry for your loss. Ken & Dawn

Debbie and Mel Smith

So very sorry for your loss. Dorothy was such a beautiful vibrant sweet lady who loved life. She will be dearly missed but never forgotten. Sending you Peace and Love
Deb and Mel Smith

Laurel Scharfenberg

Dear Bud and Family. So sorry that Dorothy has passed. We remember many fun times with you two and Scharfenbergs/Cowans. I remember Dorothy as such a fun and sparkling person. Please accept our deepest sympathies. Our hearts go out to you. Sending you love and care.

Ramona Cowan

Dear Bud, Kelly, Dallas & Tina-Lynn, my heart is breaking for you. Dorothy was a wonderful, one of a kind woman & I know how much you will miss her. Peace & Love to Dorothy & each of you. Sincerely, Ramona Cowan