Lindsey was deeply loved and will always be in our hearts. We are forever grateful to God for lending her to us for a brief time.
  • 35 years old
  • Born on July 9, 1979 .
  • Passed away on May 3, 2015 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lindsey Dolter, 35, born on July 9, 1979 and passed away on May 3, 2015.

Posted by Kathy Dolter on 9th July 2018
Lindsey's life...Lindsey's journey...Lindsey's death...our journey. It is well with our souls.
Posted by Jolene Antonishyn on 3rd May 2018
Lindsey-a woman of so much depth and substance. I think of you often and treasure your blog. You were ahead of your time with design trends. With all the building and reno’s happening in Regina these days-I know you’d have been very busy and successful. Miss you and your joyful smile. ❤️
Posted by David & Dona Woytuik on 3rd May 2018
You are still very much missed our dear daughter. We grieve... but not like those without hope, knowing that you are with Jesus and probably dancing with Oma! Life is really like a vapour...we're all here for such a short time...and when we finish running our race, we will be reunited with you.
Posted by Kathy Dolter on 9th July 2017
Thinking of this sweet gal today. The memories are dear. Our assurance remains to see her again. Remembering with great love by Mom and Dad Dolter
Posted by Ashleigh Woytuik on 4th May 2017
Sweet Lindsay. I know that I did not get the pleasure of getting to know you the way I know the rest of your family but I do know that the moments I had with you were always met by your beautiful smile and kindness. Your legacy lives on Lindsey. There is not a day that goes by that I'm sure those who knew you so well and loved you deeply do not think of you. The stories that have been told and that will continue to be will leave an imprint on the hearts that hear them..just as your life did. I have had the pleasure of hearing some if these stories..both funny and serious through the eyes of those that knew you so well. Your nieces and Nephews will grow up knowing the wonderful and courageous Lindsay through the tales your sisters tell. Your life will never be forgotten and that is the beauty of legacy..though you may not be here on earth what you did while you were..will continue to bring joy and laughter and sometimes sadness and that is a wonderful thing. We know that this time of separation is only temporary for those who hope in God because even as I write this you are rejoicing at the right hand of the Father , knowing that your family will be with you someday and that is the hope that we all hold on to. The sorrow and sadness will one day fade away and someday we will all rejoice with you. Lots of love to you Lindsey! Your sister in law. Ash <3
Posted by Marj Lillies on 3rd May 2017
Thinking of what a wonderful sister, aunt, daughter and friend you were to so many and how much your family misses you. Thinking of all your family today.
Posted by Matthew Mista Matt on 3rd May 2017
Hard to believe it's been 2 years already since your passing, I never really knew you that well but God put it on my heart to leave another tribute. I just wanna send blessings and prayers to the family especially Riley I pray God comforts u as you once again remember Lindsey and the joy she brought to so many.
Posted by Kathy Dolter on 3rd May 2017
Missing you,Lindsey, as much as ever. Though tears still come, the pain is lessening as loving memories rise up.
Posted by Chris Rodman on 3rd May 2016
It's been a year but in our hearts it's been a lifetime. Lindsey's memory is cherished through our thoughts and the stories we share often. Tyler and I still talk about her a lot and miss her dearly. Today our thoughts are with Ryley, Dona, David, Kathy, Larry as well as the rest of the family and all of her loving friends. <3 <3 <3
Posted by Kathy Dolter on 3rd May 2016
Even though a year has passed our thoughts are fresh and our love still strong. Grief cannot be put into words nor loved is a walk, a journey, an embracement of healing... xo
Posted by Martie Buckoski on 9th July 2015
The test of Gold is Fire The test of Truth is Time The test of God's love are the heavens above and everthing sublime Treasures in life are many, dreams realized but few But I know the test of God's goodness is when he gave all of us a friend like you. Happy Birthday my friend!
Posted by Chris Rodman on 9th July 2015
The memories we share at work help us to keep Lindsey in our thoughts and hearts. She really didn't like Birthday's but from all your co-workers Happy Birthday my dear!! We miss you!
Posted by Ralph Elgren on 8th May 2015
On behalf of Linda and myself please accept our sincere condolences on your families loss.
Posted by Melissa Costanza on 8th May 2015
What precious photos you've shared of this sweet heart. I'm sorry that many have to grieve and miss her every day. May her spirit stay with and God continue to guide you always. Lindsey I hope your enjoying all that you comprehend as we still ask why. Formerly Melissa Carlson.
Posted by Jody Ahlstrom on 7th May 2015
Lindsey your spirit has touched the world with a beautiful energy. I met you when you were about 5 years old. My sister Marla and you were the best of friends. My grandmother used to remember you as the girl who spun around dancing with my sister twirling and laughing. I see your life as a whirling dance. A carefree spirit with a kind heart. I have been your hairdresser for the past 15years plus. In the time I have known you we have gone from children to adults but your exuberant energy has remained always. I cherish all of the talks we have had over the years and the fantastic advice you have always given me. I hope I have done the same for you. I have just returned last night from an amazing 5month adventure in New Zealand. Thank you for being so supportive and helpful on giving me life advice for my journeys. I hope that your journey here on earth has filled your heart with happiness as you always filled mine every time I saw you. Be at peace my friend. Love you always. Jody Ahlstrom
Posted by Sheila Spagrud on 7th May 2015
Lindsey was a beautiful, thoughtful, fun-loving niece that due to jobs, distance and growing families kept us from spending as much time together as we would have liked but when we did we had some great talks. We would bounce decorating ideas off each other and talk about our mutual love of travel and share the experiences we both had had. On our last conversation together before her illness Lindsey told me that when she looked back at how young she was when she got married she was amazed how fortunate she was to have found and married such a wonderful man. Thinking of you Ryley also Dona and David and all your families. Lindsey's loving spirit and beautiful smile will live in our hearts forever
Posted by Chris Rodman on 6th May 2015
Lindsey was a beautiful, strong and talented woman. I had the pleasure of working with her for 7 years. During that time we dressed up for Halloween, attended a Rider game, had bbq's, shared weird and crazy stories, loved our pets, picked on Tyler, sang songs - - but my best memories of her will always be how incredibly talented she was with interior design. I had the privilege of seeing the projects she submitted while working towards her degree "phenomenal". Her talent also showed in the photos she took on her trips to Italy and to Montreal. Who else would take a photo of a rock or a single pane of glass. Her life was cut too short and the world will be a duller place without the talents of Lindsey Dolter. Rest in peace my dear.
Posted by Sara Bird on 6th May 2015
Lindsey was a light. I have been thinking about all the memories I have of her since meeting her in high school. She was always an individual and was one of the first people I have ever heard voice an opinion or a viewpoint that differed from our "norm", which encouraged me to think more radically and outside the box. She was spunky, creative and fun. She was never mean or judgmental to anyone. She was someone who you can honestly say "she is a good person." That isn't very common anymore. I'm very sorry the world has lost her and it doesn't seem fair at all. She will truly be missed by everyone who has had the privilege of encountering her. My thoughts are with Ryley who has demonstrated such love and tenderness to Lindsey, not just the past two and a half years, but ever since they started dating.
Posted by Marj Lillies on 6th May 2015
People didn't have to know Lindsey long or well to be impressed with her warmth, her kindness and her enthusiasm. I smile when I remember the times she stopped at work to take her Mom out for coffee or Dona would come back from a "Lindsey Shop" with a wonderful purchase. My prayers to Dona, Dave and all the family as you grief the passing of this wonderful daughter.
Posted by Dana Laczko on 6th May 2015
I want to send on my condolences to Ryley and all of Lindsey's family and friends. Although I only knew Lindsey from her time at the Cancer Clinic, she truly made an impression on me and I will remember her and her warm personality.
Posted by Leanne Petford on 6th May 2015
Lindsey taught me to be a strong woman. To believe in what you believe and stick up for yourself. Grace, confidence, passion and love. And of course all the fun and laughter she brought. She has touched my life. My heart goes out to her family and friends. We will miss her so. Love Leanne.
Posted by Amber Carver on 6th May 2015
My first encounter with Lindsey was at Circle Square and my first thought was this girl is crazy... Not bad crazy, she had such am adventurous spirit that I admired so much. She pushed me out of my comfort zone and with her friendship I grew. My heart felt condolences to her families and all this that she touched with her life! Thank you Lindsey for being an inspiration and friend to so many. We will forever be impacted by you and your life.
Posted by Julie Ebenal on 6th May 2015
my immediate thoughts of Lindsey and Ryley are of their incredible wedding, it was the first wedding I had ever been to where I left changed forever, I was honered to witness of such profound love between two people whom God brought together...also our fun and adventurous sckwishey times in a van while Ryley drove us all through the mountains on pure ice and serving on the streets of skidrow together in Los Angelos (Dream Centre) such a beautiful woman, a genuine love for anyone Lyndsey engages with or even just Lyndsey to look at you with her icy blue intriguing eyes always brings you back for more..luv you guys and my heart sincerely breaks for your loss, I know Lyndsey without a shadow of doubt in my heart is dancing the most powerful intercessory dance for Ryley and family in glory, you will all be together again 'one day eternal dance'
Posted by Matthew Mista Matt on 6th May 2015
I never knew Lindsey well but what I did know about her was her kind heart and loving soul also when I saw her back in the day @ Harvest City she always seemed to have a smile on her face. I was very sorry to hear about this. My condolences to all her family and friends may we all meet again one day in heaven.
Posted by Angela Baron on 6th May 2015
Lindsey - such a vibrant personality & so much fun. I had some of my best laughs with Lindsey. She challenged me to have opinions& be a stronger person. So very easy to love.
Posted by Gennifer Singer on 6th May 2015
Sincere condolences Ryley and family. Our paths didn't cross often, but when they did your love for each other was appearant. Lindsey had spunk beauty and strength....thankyou for touching my life.
Posted by Bernard Mukwavi on 6th May 2015
Lindsey you have gone too soon but the impact you had on our lives will last forever. You were a compassionate person and truly genuine. Still remember your smile and your servant heart. May the Lord comfort Ryley (the Dolters) and the Woytuik family. Praying for you all. This message is from Anne and I.
Posted by Marnie Richard on 5th May 2015
My condolences to Ryley and Lindsey's family. I had the pleasure of working with Lindsey. It always was enlightening chatting with Lindsey, she was open and honest, funny and smart. I'm grateful for the small amount of time I got to spend with her. May your memories of Sweet Lindsey carry you through this time.
Posted by Shirley Lang on 5th May 2015
Lindsey is one of the most beautiful people I have had the honour of knowing. She has blessed me so much for just knowing her. She has been like one of my daughters. I will miss her so much. My heart breaks for Ryley and her mom Dona and her family. Lindsey you shall for ever be a light in my life. And one day we will meet again. Love you lots
Posted by Diane Christoffel on 5th May 2015
Rest in peace sweet Lindsey, we will miss your fun, creative, enthusiastic, presence. I know will God bless you and receive you into paradise. We will meet again:-) love, Di
Posted by Martie Buckoski on 5th May 2015
In Time of Sorrow… May you see God’s light on the path ahead When the road you walk is dark. May you always hear, Even in your hour of sorrow, The gentle singing of the lark. When times are hard may hardness Never turn your heart to stone, May you always remember when the shadows fall – You do not walk alone.
Posted by Ashley Winter on 5th May 2015
Deepest Sympathies to Ryley and all of Lindsey's family. I got to know Lindsey when she started Chemotherapy at the clinic. Both Lindsey and Ryley are a pleasure to have been able to cross paths with. Lindsey and I shared many laughs throughout her time with us at the centre. May she rest in peace.

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