Obituary of Dustin Kent Delainey
Dustin Kent Delainey
November 7, 1981- December 12, 2020
With great sadness, the family of Dustin Kent Delainey, announce his sudden passing on December 12, 2020 in North Battleford, Sask. at the age of 39 years. Dustin is survived by his loving wife, Lori Pateman; children: Chloe, Philip and Aubrey; his mother Esther (Edward); brothers Spud (Christel), and Clayton (Leanne); sister Beverly (Chris); Sister in law, Melissa; Father in law John, and mother in law Agatha. Nieces: Keisha, Brooklynn, Callie, and Makayla; nephews: Logan, Aspen, Daygen and Blake; and numerous other relatives. Dustin is predeceased by his father Joseph Forest, grandfather Albert Friebel and grandmother Phyllis Friebel.
Dustin was born in Lloydminster, Sask. During childhood he lived with his family in Paradise Valley, AB. and Lloydminster, Sk., eventually moving to North Battleford in 1989 and remaining there until his passing. He attended Connaught Elementary School, Alexander Jr. High school and John Paul II highschool in North Battleford.
Dustin could always be seen with a smile on his face; he had an infectious laugh and family was his priority. He took every opportunity to show his children he loved them and tried to spend as much time as possible with them. His daughter, Chloe Mae Brown-Delainey was born in July 2002. Dustin was able to raise Chloe until she moved away with her mother at age 3. In 2008, Dustin met Lori Pateman and shared a wonderful life together for 12 years. Together they had 2 children: Philip John Delainey in December 2011, and Aubrey Allison Delainey in September 2016. Other than his children, Dustin’s favourite people were always his brothers Spud and Boy, nieces Keisha and Brooklynn.
Dustin enjoyed the outdoors and being active. As a child, his favourite place to be was on his grandparents’ farm, spending time with siblings and cousins, getting into trouble and learning from his grandparents. He was a member of the air and army cadets, he enjoyed playing soccer, cross country running, snowboarding and biking during his school years. Summers were spent at the lake, enjoying his parent’s cabin. He began a love for fishing going out with his grandfather and he continued to fish until present. Dustin enjoyed camping with family and friends, especially tenting, and took any opportunity to do so. He enjoyed travelling throughout Sask, Alberta and BC. Dustin is well remembered for joking around and choosing fun over anything else; often taking practical jokes too far. He also loved to cook and do jigsaw puzzles, playing games with friends, reading and being in nature. He spent time doing woodworking and building furniture including bed frames for both Philip and Aubrey and working on a treehouse for them in the backyard. He was fortunate to be able to create items from a vision without any formal direction.
Dustin was a hard worker and held many jobs over the years. He was able to adapt to any environment; he loved to learn and to pass his knowledge on to others. His first and most beloved job was working alongside his dad, Joe, working on cars and in Joe’s trade, as a Refrigeration Technician. After highschool, he began working for Rapid Refrigeration and did this with Joe for nearly 10 years. After Joe’s passing he worked various places before settling with the City of North Battleford in 2011. Working for the City was a perfect fit for Dustin as he could be outdoors and he happily worked there for 8 years. In 2019, Dustin embarked on a new journey working for the health region in maintenance. Dustin was also most fortunate to work side by side with his brother, Clayton, installing and repairing overhead doors in their spare time for nearly 15 years.
In lieu of flowers, gifts and donations, please take a moment to check in on your loved ones, and give a virtual hug or kiss to the people that mean the most to you. Time waits for no one. However, donations can be made to the Mental Health Association. The family of Dustin would like to thank everyone who has given food, gifts and flowers already; they mean so much during this difficult time.
Arrangements entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME (306-244-5577)
Nos plus sincères sympathies à la famille et aux amis de Dustin
Delainey 1981 2020..
Décès pour la Ville: Saskatoon, Province: Saskatchewan