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Box 507
Watrous, SK S0K 4T0
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Dollina Allin

Dollina Allin

Saturday, December 15th, 1923 - Wednesday, March 31st, 2021
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ALLIN: Dollina
December 15, 1923 – March 31, 2021
Dollina Taylor Allin (nee Miller) passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at age 97 at the Manitou Lodge in Watrous. She was predeceased by her husband Clifford E. Allin and her only sister Margaret. Dollina is survived by her children Vaughan, Fay (Ken) Don, Tom (Lou Ann), and Gwyn (David) along with numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Dollina was born to Harry and Margaret Miller in Westbrooke, Maine on Dec. 15, 1923. At age 5 her family moved to Montreal where she resided until 1945. As a YWCA member during the war she met Clifford who was training in Montreal. After the war, Dollina and Cliff married and moved to Saskatoon, then Alsask, then Marengo and then retired to Saskatoon in 1974. After Clifford’s passing in 2017, Dollina moved to Manitou Lodge in Watrous.
Dollina was very active in her many community groups and also excelled in the arts, needle work, sewing and painting. She enjoyed walking, balloon volleyball and was a voracious reader. Dollina was absolutely stellar at motherhood.
Her summer months were spent at the cabin at Manitou Beach where she loved to swim in its unique water, walking in Wellington Park and picking berries. She enjoyed hosting family and friends from everywhere at the cabin.
Her family wishes to thank all the caregivers that have assisted Dollina, including staff at Villa Royalle, Porteous Lodge and most recently all the wonderful staff at Manitou Lodge.
A private family memorial will be held at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to Manitou Lodge Activity Dept.
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Maureen Preston

Posted at 05:18pm
My memories of Dolly always include Cliff. Our families were intertwined with Michael and Vaughan being classmates and roommates, I think Danny and Fay were classmates and Don and I and Tom and Patty. Once Cliff and Dolly moved to Saskatoon I met them at Mayfair United Church where my husband Bill was a member and of course we would see Cliff and Tom at the Blades games occasionally. We had a lovely visit with Dolly, Cliff and Tom(sorry but you were always Tommy to me!) at their cottage along with my brother Dan and his wife Audrey. We came away with folding tables which I still have and think of your parents fondly every time I use it. Dan always so enjoyed his visits with Cliff and Dolly. Please accept condolences on behalf of Bill and I and my remaining siblings Patty , Tom and Gerry. You had great parents . God bless
Maureen Preston (Steiert)

Rev Teresa Jones

Posted at 10:03am
My sincere condolences to all of Dolly's family and friends ... a lovely lady she was, so gracious and hospitable. I served Mayfair United Church in Saskatoon during a time when Dolly was secretary of the Official Board. She did that in such a personable and efficient manner. I was blessed to be a guest in her Saskatoon home and Beach home retreat. Peace be with her and all of you as you now begin a new relationship with her in spirit....


Posted at 02:24pm
a wonderful woman... a beautiful lady... so sorry...

Marcy Cook

Posted at 08:23pm
My condolences to Dolly's family. Gwyn and I were childhood friends in Marengo. I have fond memories of Sunday school classes with Dolly and of her Saskatoon berry pies. May you all cherish your memories.

Marcy Cook

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