Mildred Dosser

We are deeply saddened to share the news that Mildred Dosser passed away on November 2nd at the age of 95, surrounded by family. She leaves behind her sister Margaret, daughter Patricia, sons William, Ronald, Reginald and Robert, and her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She is predeceased by her parents, her husband Gordon, her sister Marie and her daughter Terry.

Mildred was the second daughter of Minnie and Charles Mitchell. She was born near Lacombe, Alberta and grew up milking cows and riding horses to school. During the Second World War she served as a civilian worker in the Air Force and met her husband Gordon. She worked as a unit clerk at the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton for over 25 years, where the doctors considered her indispensable. In the later years of her life she retired to Morinville, Alberta where she lived with her daughter Patricia and granddaughters Hayley and Alexandra.

She saw the world change dramatically during her lifetime, never lost her strong-willed character, and will be greatly missed.

Funeral Service
Friday November 16, 2018 1:30PM
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street, Edmonton AB

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  1. Always at Rememberance Day I think of “Uncle Aaron”, and thank him for his service. I tend to get wordy. My mother Shirley Dosser, died in 1989, my dad in 2017, they researched relatives for the Dosser Family History. Anyway, I came across Mildred’s Obituary and my heart goes out to all those we have lost. Gordon, was asked about a couple years back and the lady asking went to school with him in Nanticoke, Haldimand County, Ontario. We used to have an airforce training base for our troops just north of Nanticoke, so I’m only guessing, Gordon had gotten work there and was told Edmonton was where to continue his trade. His father Aaron I believe stayed in the Elgin County, Ontario, east of Norfolk County, after his service in the C.E.F. after 1919. Anyway just wanted to say thank you for the wonderful obituary to honour, your Grandmother, Mother.

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