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1976 - 2021
Dale will be lovingly remembered by his wife Nathalie and their four children, Gabrielle, Cadence, Riley and Dalton; his parents, Norbert and Hortense; two brothers, Dennis (Tracey) and Daniel (Angele). He will also be greatly missed by his in-laws, Rene Saulnier and Lisa Forest; brothers-in-law, Alain, Donald, David, Philippe and Nathan; sisters-in-law, Diane, Angelique, Isabelle and Marisa; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
Dale had a talent for sports; he loved hockey, golf and baseball, he was an excellent pitcher. Dale graduated from Pierre-Radisson Collegiate and took courses at Red River College in mechanics, he was very gifted and spent many years working for both Midas and Cloutier's auto.
Dale was a private person with a gentle soul and a big heart, always ready to help others. He enjoyed bonfires, cooking and having barbecues, and was famous for his Chili's! He also had an open mind and a sense of humour; between UFO's and Judge Judy, you could enjoy any interesting conversation with him! Family, friends and coworkers will remember Dale's unique laugh and his "oh dear".
His greatest wish was to be with his family until the end and to take one last ride on his snowmobile.
The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at Victoria Hospital for caring for Dale.
Cremation has taken place, and a celebration of life will be held on June 29, 2021 at Glen Lawn Memorial Gardens.
Family and friends may sign a
Book of Condolence online at
Desjardins Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 20, 2021
Condolences & Memories (13 entries)
My deepest condolences to Norbert, Hortense and all the rest of the Alarie family for the loss of Dale. We were next door neighbors for all of my chilhood, so there are many memories. Playing hockey in the driveway. Having snowball wars across our driveways ducking into our massive ditches for cover! Summers spent at his parents cottage by Winnipeg beach. With me and my 2 brothers making for an odd number, Dale seamlessly blended into our trio to become the perfect quartet. Even though as we became adults, and moved on to separate paths, the house that we lived in to this day, still remains with my extended family. So I would still see him now and again, visiting his parents while I was visiting my family, and sometimes we would find ourselves talking for 20 to 30 minutes without realizing it. So even though we weren't as close as when we were growing up, I will miss those times we happened to run into each other while visiting our families. May he rest in peace. - Posted by: Phil Berard (Friend) on: Mar 08, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Dale’s passing. He was a kind soul with a huge heart, always ready to lend a hand. May love and light surround you all during this time. - Posted by: Lauren Austen (Friend) on: Feb 28, 2021
Sincere condolences to Uncle Norbert, Aunt Hortense, Dennis, Daniel, Nathalie and children. Very sorry to hear the news and send much love and prayers to all of you. - Posted by: Linda Beaton (Fawcett) (Cousin) on: Feb 27, 2021
So sorry to hear of your tragic loss of Dale at such a young age. We are thinking of and praying for all of you at this sad time. Denise and family - Posted by: Juanita (Denise) Bosko (Fawcett) (cousin) on: Feb 25, 2021
Condolences to all the family and my thoughts are with you all. Pamela Sabourin - Posted by: Pamela Sabourin (Family friend) on: Feb 25, 2021
Another special angel has received their wings . Condolences to one and all at least Dale can guide from us from above and help us see the errors of our ways. Peace and love to everybody. - Posted by: Mitch( Michel) Alarie (cousin) on: Feb 24, 2021
My condolences to Dale’s family. I have such fond memories of him growing up. Dale always made me laugh in our classes together. He was always there when I needed him as well. I would call and he’d drop everything. He knew how to lift me up when I was down. Dale would be the first one to offer me help anytime my car broke down. Late night drives with our friends. His laugh has stuck with me regardless how long it’s been since I seen him. So sorry for your loss. Prayers sent - Posted by: Tanya Cretain (Friend ) on: Feb 23, 2021
Condolences to Dale's family. Dale was a student of mine at St. Adolphe School. It was such a pleasure to have him in my classroom. - Posted by: Susan Champagne Shapiro (Student) on: Feb 23, 2021
Our deepest condolences to you Norbert, Hortense and the rest of the family on Dale’s passing. Our thoughts are with you at this very difficult time! - Posted by: Robert and Irma Grenier (Cousins) on: Feb 22, 2021
It was a genuine pleasure to get to know Dale, he was genuine, pleasant and very kind. My sincere condolences to his family. - Posted by: MASSOUD HORRIAT (Pharmacist) on: Feb 22, 2021
We were so sorry to hear of Dale's passing even though we had heard of his sickness, It has to be hard to have to go through that. Our condolences to you Norbert and Hortence and the rest of the family. Ray & Armande - Posted by: Ray & Armande Klapprat. (Aunt ) on: Feb 22, 2021
Hortense, Norbert and Family. Please accept our deepest sympathies to you, for the loss of Dale. We can always remember Dale as a young child coming to our door to call on Marc to play hockey on the street. They were great childhood friends, sharing many good times together. Sharing in your sadness... - Posted by: Glenn & Lucille Pitre (Neighbours ) on: Feb 21, 2021
I appreciate this opportunity to express my sincere condolences to the family for their loss. As long as Dale is remembered he is not gone but lives in the hearts and minds of loved ones. - Posted by: Celeste M. Bryant (Family friend) on: Feb 20, 2021
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