Block 2, Lot 7 & Block 2, Lot 8

Larry Dorscheid Block 2, Lot 7


Funeral Of Anton "Tony" Dorscheid Held On Friday

Glen Leslie Church Filled To Capacity At Service, Conducted By Rev. C. E. Fisher of Forbes Presbyterian Church, Grande Prairie — Burial Took Place In Glen Leslie Cemetery.

   The funeral of Anton "Tony" Dorscheid of the Glen Leslie district, who passed away on November 28th was held on Friday December 1st. services being held in the Glen Lesley church.
   Rev. C. E. Fisher of Forbes Presbyterian, Grande Prairie officiated.
The church was filled by sorrowing friends, who came to pay their last respects to a man they had learned to respect.
Mr. Fisher at the outset of his sermon, said, that in the following shadow of the Master's departure, life apeared to be an utter blank. All he told them was that He was returning to His Father.
   If the other world, remarked the speaker, was not part of the Father's house as well as this one; if there was no room for his followers he would have told them. Christ told his followers much about the unseen world and much about the unseen Father. Could they not trust Him? He told them of the future knowledge to be revealed. "We do not know all, but we know Him."
   The singing was led by Mrs. Roy Ames at the organ.
   Burial took place in the, Glen Leslie cemetery.
   The pallbearers, all old friends of the family were Steve Garrett, Pete Donohue, Earl Bates, W. Rigler, R. Ludwig and Ross Wales.
   Floral tributes: the Dorscheid family, Herm, Vera and family, Susie, Nick and Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Don Marcy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Jock McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Nichol, The Parish family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Young, Teachers and pupils of Somme School, T. Van Brienien, Mr. and Mrs. W Rigler. 

Anton Dorscheid Block 7, Lot 4

Emma Block 7, Lot 3


Block 14, Lot 7


Block 1, Lot 7


Block 56, Lot 5


Velna (Vee) Grace Dorscheid, 87, of Grande PrairieVee Dorscheid passed away on Sunday, March 9th, 2008 at the age of 87 years with her family by her side after courageously battling a lengthy illness. Vee was born in Leo, AB May 15, 1920. At an early age her family moved to the Bezanson District. Vee married Earl Dorscheid in 1940. They lived in Camrose while Earl was in the army, after which they settled in the Glen Leslie District east of Grande Prairie in 1945. They farmed for many years prior to Earl's death.After Dad passed away, Mom moved to Grande Prairie where she worked at the Grande Prairie Co-op and Karen's Fashion's. From August 2007 to her passing, Mom called the Wild Rose Manor home. Mom had many talents and interests, but the ones she treasured the most was sewing, knitting for her grandchildren and her great grandchildren, crocheting and quilting. Mom's great grandchildren proudly wear G.G's hand made sweaters, toques, mitts and slippers.Mom is survived by her son Danny (Janice), daughter Joanne (Fred) Weller, Daughter-in-law Carol, grandchildren; Jim (Lisa), Troy (Sharon), Kevin (Cori), Jae Jay (Terry Cote), Randy (Sasha), Darren (Terri) Rutberg, Jamie (Alvin) Nicolay and Janna Weller (Jason Firth). Mom is also leaving behind 17 precious great grandchildren Megan, Kaley, Reid, Heidi, April, Luke, Karsen, Ty, Spencer and Catcher Dorscheid, Thomas, Jackson and James Rutberg, Taylar, Tyler and Maezie Nicolay and Ryan Firth. Mom is also survived by two sisters; Eleanor (Ralph) Saunders and Luella (Howard) Johnson.Mom was predeceased by her husband Earl (1970), sons Mark (1964) and Darrel (2006), son-in-law Gary Rutberg (1974), her parents Myrtle and Charles Parrish, four brothers; Lawrence, Myron, Emory and Melvin Parrish and two sisters; Florence Suvan and Allie Douglas.A Memorial Service will be held at Oliver's Grande Prairie Funeral Chapel (10005 - 107 Ave) on Friday, March 14 at 2:00 p.m.Flowers are gratefully declined. As an expression of sympathy contributions to the QEII Hospital Foundation would be appreciated.Interment of ashes will take place at a later date at the Glen Leslie Cemetery.Condolences may be sent by visiting www.oliversgrandeprairie.comOliver's Grande Prairie Funeral Chapel & Crematorium11167805

Block 1, Lot 6


Block 14, Lot 6


Laura Myrtle (Dixon) Dorscheid

Popular Young Lady,
  Victim Scarlet Fever


Daughter of Pioneers and
    Bride of a Year Left
       Infant Daughter


 
    The entire community of the Grande Prairie district was shocked to learn of the sudden death of Laura Myrtle Dixon, beloved wife of John Eugene Dorscheid, of Glen Leslie, and eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Dixon of Grande Prairie.
     About a week before her death, Mrs. Dorscheid developed a severe case of scarlet fever, and in spite of all that medical aid could do, passed away early last Saturday morning.
     She was born at Nanaimo, B.C., on June 7th, 1907, but as a child immigrated with her parents in 1911 to the Peace River country via the now famous Edson Trail. The family settled on land about 6 miles south-west of Beaverlodge, and ten years late moved to Grande Prairie. Mrs. Dorscheid attended public school at Appleton, and later graduated from the Grande Prairie High School. She spent one term at the Vermilion school of Agriculture, and one at the Calgary Normal School, but most of her life was lived in the Grande Prairie district. She taught at the Wellington, Canuck and Crystal Creek public schools. It was while teaching at the latter school that a friendship developed which resulted in her marriage about a year ago to John Eugene Dorscheid, of Glen Leslie. As in her life at home, so in her married life, she was very happy, and was a model homemaker.
     Mrs. Dorscheid was a lover of nature, and particularly of the Peace River country. She was always at home in the wilds, as was evidenced by her ability shown on several pack-rail rips into the western hills. She had a gentle and loveable disposition which endeared her to young and old alike. And a wide circle of friends share the loss of her influence and friendship, with her husband and family.
     Mrs. Dorscheid is survived by her husband; an infant daughter (Myrtle Dixon), born during her last illness; two sisters, Hazel, of Kitscoty; and Marion; and one brother Arthur.
     The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon, with a service at the home of her parents, and interment was made at the Glen Leslie cemetery. A large concourse of friends thronged the lawn and boulevard at the Dixon home, where the service was conducted by the Rev. Nelson Chappel of Grande Prairie, assisted by Rev. J.E. McNeil, of Clairmont.
     The former spoke very highly of the esteem in which the deceased was held in the community, and expressed the sympathy that all felt for the bereaved. In closing his address the minister said to the congregation, “So live that your life will be as rich in the things that matter, and that you can come to its close here with as little regret, as the one whom we mourn for today.”
     Mr. J.W. Pickcard sang the solo, “Beautiful Isle of Somewhere” very feelingly. Mr. F.W. Lloyd played the piano during the service.
     A large number made the journey to the cemetery, where the remains were interned in a grave lined with spruce boughs. The pall bearers were Garnet Pratt, Kenner Foy, Erle O’Brien, Newton Grimmett, Earl Bates, and Rupert Carveth.
     Many beautiful floral tributes testified to the esteem in which the deceased was held, and expressed sympathy for the bereaved.

Block 14, Lot 5


Block 1, Lot 5


Block 7, Lot 1 & Block 7, Lot 2


Sylvira (Dorscheid) Kimble married Herman Kimble (1880-1949) about 1921 and Rinehart Ladwig in 1951

Block 30, Lot 1


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