Darlene (Enie) passed away peacefully at home on October 17, 2007 in Quesnel, British Columbia at 61 years of age. Darlene was born June 26, 1946 in Dawson Creek, British Columbia.
She married Richard Hoyt on July 25, 1964. She lived in the Quesnel district for 35 years.
Darlene was predeceased by her parents Morrice and Emma Edinger, sisters Joan and Miriam, nephews John and Colin and niece Carol.
Darlene will be sadly and dearly missed by her family, husband Richard Hoyt, daughters Sherry (Darrin Campbell) and Debbie (Dean Rusinek), grandchildren Tyler, Nadine and Kyle, sisters Evelyn (Keith) and Maureen (Larry), nephews Robert, Shannon, Brad, Allen, Steve, Troy, Randy and Robert, nieces Ann, Margaret, Melodie, Helen, Andrea, Deedle, Sandra, Lori, Lisa and many other relatives and friends.
The family invites you to join them for a Celebration of Life held on October 24, 2007 at the Elks Hall at 2:00pm. Coffee to follow.
Expressions of Sympathy may be made in memory of Darlene to the charity of your choice. Taped music selections by Vince Gill ‘Go Rest High on that Mountain’ and Willie Nelson ‘I’ll Fly Away’ and special hymns.
Darlene’s cremated remains will be given to her daughters.
On behalf of the family, we wish to express their gratitude for your many kindnesses evidenced in thought and deed, and your attendance at the “Celebration of Life”.
I’d like The Memory Of Me
To Be A Happy One
I’d Like To Leave An After
Glow of Smiles When
Life Is Done
I’d Like To Leave An Echo
Down The Ways
Of Happy Times And
Laughing Times And
Bright and Sunny Days
I’d Like The Tears Of Those Who Grieve, To Dry
Before the Sun
Of Happy Memories That I
Leave When Life Is Done