Dale Dielschneider 1961 2021

Obituary of Dale Dielschneider
Dale Dielschneider was born in Rosetown, SK on August 29, 1961. He spent all of his school years in Beechy. After he graduated in 1979, he began to train in the Beechy Credit Union. Dale moved to Hazlet, SK as a loans officer for the credit union. From there he went to Tramping Lake, Lang, Manning, AB, Regina and then to Abernathy, always with the credit union. He then moved to saskatoon where he worked for coop trust. That did not last too long – St Mary’s Credit Union in Saskatoon got him back. From there he went to Weyburn then to Dalmeny then to Lloydminster. In 2002 is when Susan and Brandyn Alexander came into his life. Then it was off to Marshall, still with the credit union. He was getting closer to home, and he eventually retired. A year later it was back to work, at the credit union, this time it was in Wainwright, Alberta. From there it was on to Choiceland, Prince Albert and then came to Maidstone, where he made his home and yard. He finally found what he was looking for – his Maidstone family.
Wherever Dale went he made great impressions, had many friends and touched many lives. He may have known everyone in the whole province!
Not only was Dale the Branch Manager at Maidstone Synergy Credit Union but he was also on the Town Council, The Delfrari Park Board and the Maidstone Waseca Fire Department. He bought auction items and tickets for every community fundraiser. Dale volunteered at many charity functions, either doing bar shifts or selling 50/50 tickets. He curled in the league and supported many sporting events for all ages. He always made sure Synergy Credit Union was a sponsor for all community events.
Dale was a dedicated member of Maidstone. Sadly, Dale lost his battle to cancer on the morning of Thursday, June 10, 2021 at the age of 59 years and will be truly missed by many.
Dale will be lovingly remembered by: his mom, Shari Dielschneider; his partner, Susan Alexander; son, Brandyn Alexander; sisters, Vicki Greenwood (Larry), Karen Richardson (Ben), Kelly Ward (Gary); nieces, Shawnda Blacklock (Tom) and Jenna Richardson (Marcus) and their families; nephews, Damon Klatt, Deon Klatt (Skye), Cole Richardson (Lisa), Logan Ward (Vanessa) and Lucas Ward (Kerby) and their families.
Dale was predeceased by: his dad, Tony Dielschneider in January 2021; as well as numerous aunts and uncles.
The Graveside Service for Dale will be conducted from Maidstone Cemetery, Maidstone, Saskatchewan on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 2:00 PM. This service is open to the public and if you would like to attend, please bring your own lawn chair. The service will also be live streamed and posted on Dale’s obituary at the time of service.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to any local Maidstone community group. Dale loved them all.
The family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to the Maidstone Hospital, who helped to make Dale’s last days more comfortable, and to all the people who took part in Dale’s caregiving in the last year.

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