Dale was my grandmother i loved her very much
I was 9 years old when our mom brought home a chubby baby girl.Her name was Dale, but we called her Pinky at first. Our family included several cats, so pets were a part of her life early on. As Dale got older she was always bringing home bugs, and other critters to observe or more often to heal. From a early age she vowed she would be a vet when she grew up. Her role model was our cats vet Jean Rumney. Sadly over the years we rarely saw each other, but kept in touch by phone. When our widowed mother developed alzheimers, Dale had endless patience with her. When mom refused to got to Kitchener for xmas Dale took Xmas dinner and the family to Hamilton, so she wouldn't be alone. What a great example she set for her kids. I' ll miss you Dale. I'm so proud you were my sister. Shirley Martin
Dear Paul and Family please know that Dale will be remembered as someone special in our household for the joy she brought to us by way of a little pup she saved we named PJ. May God bless and comfort you all.
I would like to extend my sincere condolescence to the Adorian family. Dr. Adorian was the vet for my cats since 1981. I found her to be a very knowledgeable and compassionate person who would explain everything and do whatever she could for my guys. She will be miss by many.
Patricia Murphy, Kitchener, Ontario
We first met Dale through Joanne- when Jo came to live with our family and work as an intern on our whale watch in Cape Breton Island. Then later Jesse, my aon, basically took up residence with Dale and Jo when he was studying near Kitchner--so I have always felt as if we were connected-- now I feel as if I have lost someone in my family. And I feel as if the world has lost someone very special. What an amazing woman. We send our love to Jo and Paul and Russell.