Dale Redlack

Obituary of Dale Harold Redlack

Dale peacefully passed away on Tuesday November 8, 2022, at the Carmen Memorial Hospital. He was born March 7, 1943, in Yorkton Saskatchewan. His parents were Sylvia Marie Lesanko and Harold Austin Redlack. The eldest of four children, Dale began studying the bible in 1983 and was baptized July 13, 1993, along with his wife Darlaine and two children Kimberly and William. Dale was a hard-working husband and father. He was a mechanic, taxi driver, fisherman, firefighter, logging truck and garbage truck driver. His favourite was driving out on the road. While Dale endured many challenges he never wavered in his faith, the most important thing in his life was Jehovah. After many years in BC, Dale moved to Welland, Ontario where he lived with his sister Marlene and her husband Bob. She was an amazing cook. After she passed away Dale returned to BC to where his daughter and son-in-law Warren cared for him. When circumstances changed, Dale moved to Roland, Manitoba to stay with his son and daughter-in-law. During this time, he loved watching JW broadcasts and bible dramas. His favourite was Nehemiah: “The Joy of Jehovah is Your Stronghold”. Dale was soft spoken, yet, his faith in Jehovah was firm, “for I am convinced..” Romans 8:38,39. Dale always cherished his family and looks forward to the time to see them again in the new world. (Revelation 21:3,4. Psalm 37:11,29). Dale is survived by his son William (Jessica); daughter Kimberly (Harland); son Morgan; ex-son-in-law Warren Drinkwater; his wife Darlaine Redlack; his brothers Larry Redlack and Austin Redlack; five grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and five nieces and nephews. Dale was predeceased by his parents Harold Austin Redlack and Sylvia Marie Lesanko as well as his sister Marlene Stumpf. Thanks to Winkler Boundary Trails Health Centre and Carmen Memorial Hospital doctors, nurses, and staff for the care given during his last days before passing, also to family and friends for their support during this challenging
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