Delima Dubie

Delima Marie Dubie (Dubie)

Tuesday, September 17th, 1929 - Sunday, July 5th, 2020
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Dubie, Delima Marie
1929 - 2020

It is with sadness that the family of Delima Dubie advises of her death on July 5th 2020 at the Temiskaming Hospital at the young age of 90. Delima was born 17 September 1929 in Sprague Ontario to Wilfred and Bertha Dubie (LaFleur). Delima spent most of her young life in Latchford Ontario and it was there that she met and formed lifelong friendships.

The real joy and the deepest love in Delima’s life were her family and friends and she was always quick to set another place and invite folks in for refreshments or a large sit down meal. Delima was a dynamic woman who loved music, dancing, political discussions, cooking, gardening and crocheting gifts for friends and family. A very spiritual woman she often prayed with neighbors, friends and family and was always quick to remind people that God would take their burdens.

Delima had a long and varied work career. She began as a switchboard operator in 1945 before dial phones, was an ONR long distance operator, and achieved a diploma in Restaurant and Hotel Management from Canadore College in 1973. She took great pleasure from working at many of the local restaurants and motels. Her passion for social justice lead her to work with many political candidates including Tommy Douglas. In recent years she was a tireless advocate for senior’s rights and her letters to the editor in the Temiskaming Speaker brought to attention the plight of older adults facing medical issues and financial hardships.
Delima is pre-deceased by her parents Wilfred and Bertha, brothers Roy, Robert (Eva), and Gerald (Rachel) and her infant son Leonard. Delima leaves behind her brother Alfred (Nancy), her children Sharon Cameron, Sheila Scott (Michael), Robert Ritchie (Monique), Madonna Walker (Michael), 9 grandchildren and their spouses, 14 great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins as well as many friends. She will be remembered with great love as Del, Grandma DD, Auntie Del, Mme Dubie, mom. Rest in peace beautiful blue eyes.

Cremation has taken place at Lakeview Crematorium, Haileybury. A celebration of life and a mass will take place at a later time. Memorial contributions can be made to the MS Society, Zacks Crib or your favorite charity.
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Anne Blais

Posted at 01:17pm
My condolences to Delima's family. So very sorry to hear of your loss.
I only met Delima once in 2013 at our family reunion, and thought she was an absolute joy! A courageous woman to have traveled so far to take part. She'd even packed many family photos to share with us all. It showed me how committed she was to her family and keeping their memories alive. What a beautiful person... and thanks to her daughter Sharon, for having made it all happen. Sharon had driven all that way with a broken arm. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. May Delima's legacy continue to live strong in your hearts. God Bless.
Anne Blais

Audrey Shelton

Posted at 07:02pm
Dear Mike and Sheila
sorry to hear of Delima's passing. I did get to know her a bit when I was working as a PSW years ago. I always
enjoyed my visits with her. May she rest in peace now.
Audrey and Russell Shelton


Posted at 05:44pm
Dear family i am so sorry to hear the pass Deli ma I always enjoyed talking to her when i saw her she was such a nice lady and
always like to chat with me well i am thinking of you all at this time i live 154 Market st and my name is Ida

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