ForeverMissed

On March 7th 2019 everything changed in our family. Dorothea passed away with Stewart her loving husband of 55 years at her side. 

Dorothea was a lot of things to a lot of people: adoring wife, doting mother, fabulous mother-in-law, incredible grandmother, awesome: sister, sister-in-law, cousin, aunt and, loyal friend. 

Stewart, his sons, Darryl (Lorie), Steven (Isabel) and grandchildren Kyle (Meryn), Wyatt and Alicia will miss her smile, her voice, her hugs and kisses. 

Rest in Peace - Dorothea 


ARRANGEMENTS: Dorothea's wish was to be cremated. We've honoured her choice. We are planning a Celebration of Dorothea's Life at a later date in the Spring when her favourite flowers are blooming. 

We will update this page with details.

Please take a moment to view our GALLERY of photos... we've enjoyed flipping through pictures that tell Dorothea's story... It takes a bit of time so we will continue to add to it in the coming weeks.

We invite you to share a story on the STORIES tab - upload a picture, a video or a cherished memory.

Posted by Marlene McMillan on May 14, 2019
We always had fun with Dorothea and Stewart on the trips to Cuba. We celebrated her birthday down there. She was a great lady
Posted by Maureen Tutty on March 12, 2019
Dorothea, we had some wonderful travels together. People used to say to Lorie and Darryl “what do you mean your parents travel together?” We’ve always enjoyed each other’s company and a special friendship. Some great times and wonderful memories. Love to Stewart and all the family both here and in Scotland.
Posted by Carole Anne Parker on March 12, 2019
We had a wonderful Aunt who never really grew old. She had a smile made of sunshine and a heart full of gold. We now have a beautiful Angel up in heaven who we will always send kisses and letters of love Xxxxxxxxxxxx
Posted by L Crawford on March 12, 2019
“When you speak of her,
speak not with tears,
for thoughts of her should not be sad.
Let memories of the times you shared
give you comfort,
for her life was rich
because of you.” unknown
RIP Dorothea - Your memory lives on in our boys - xoxo Lorie
Posted by L Crawford on March 11, 2019
"My wife, my family, my friends - they've all taught me things about love and what that emotion really means. In a nutshell, loving someone is about giving, not receiving." N. Sparks
All my love, Stewart xo

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Marlene McMillan on May 14, 2019
We always had fun with Dorothea and Stewart on the trips to Cuba. We celebrated her birthday down there. She was a great lady
Posted by Maureen Tutty on March 12, 2019
Dorothea, we had some wonderful travels together. People used to say to Lorie and Darryl “what do you mean your parents travel together?” We’ve always enjoyed each other’s company and a special friendship. Some great times and wonderful memories. Love to Stewart and all the family both here and in Scotland.
Posted by Carole Anne Parker on March 12, 2019
We had a wonderful Aunt who never really grew old. She had a smile made of sunshine and a heart full of gold. We now have a beautiful Angel up in heaven who we will always send kisses and letters of love Xxxxxxxxxxxx
her Life

A life full of magical moments...

1939 - Dorothea was born, the first child to Harry (Henry) and Peggy (Margaret) Hull in Aberdeen

1954 - Dorothea wed her sweetheart, Stewart Crawford on March 25, 1954 in Motherwell

1966 - Dorothea traveled across the ocean to meet her husband and build their life in Canada

1967 - Stewart and Dorothea welcomed the birth of their first son, Darryl

1970 - Dorothea, Stewart and Darryl welcomed a second son into their family, Steven

1992 - Dorothea and Stewart became grandparents to Kyle, first born to Darryl & Lorie 

1996 - Grandma and Grandpa welcomed Wyatt, a little brother for Kyle

2017 - Grandma and Grandpa welcomed Alicia, first born to Steven & Isabel

Recent stories
Shared by Isabel Anton on March 19, 2019

Life brings tears, smiles, and memories. The tears dry, the smile fades, but the memories live on forever.

You will forever be in our hearts.


❤️

Shared by Meryn Crawford on March 16, 2019

Our song...

Shared by L Crawford on March 11, 2019

When I heard Nat King Cole sing this song the first time, it summed us up perfectly. I decided it would be our song... Today, this song choked me to tears - so here it is Dorothea love,Stewart That Sunday, That Summer .