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Lorrene Lula Corrigall
September 3, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Lorrene passed away peacefully at St. Paul's Hospital on September 3, 2016 after a very short battle with cancer. She and her twin sister were born at home on the farm on October 10, 1923, in Kenaston, to Arthur and Olga Cannam. Lorrene was predeceased by her brothers, Glen (Irene) of Claresholm and Powell River, Gordon (Lois) of Edmonton, Arnold (Betty) of Saskatoon, twin sister Lorrane Hood (Bob) of Edmonton, and youngest sister Donna Todrick (Lloyd) of Aldergrove, BC. At home on the farm, Lorrene tended the dogs, cats and chickens around the farm, and loved telling stories of her childhood on the farm. Starting at age 13, hairdressing became her passion and her career, and she still helped ladies with their hair until her very last day. <br><br>Lorrene met Al Corrigall of Battleford, and they were married in 1948. Children born were twins Darrell (infant, deceased), Duane (Yolanda) and Dale (Cindy), all retired to Vancouver Island, and Debbie McCready (John), retired to the Shuswap area. Grandchildren are Michael, Kate, Allan Corrigall, Kassia (husband Steve Raffo, and great grandson Luca), and Sean McCready. <br><br>Al's roofing career took them to Cold Lake, Moose Jaw, Regina, and finally back to Saskatoon, making life long friends along the way. Visiting friends, camping, fishing, playing bridge, and helping out family and friends were Al and Lorrene's favourite pastimes. Lorrene was always willing to offer a helping hand, or advice, and loved her sewing and craft projects. After retiring and settling in their condo, they enjoyed the social time with everyone. Lorrene exemplified the Cannam work ethic and commitment, amazing people constantly with her drive. Friends were always pleased when Al and Lorrene dropped by for a visit.<br><br>Many thanks from our family to our friends for their support and kind condolences. A gathering to celebrate Lorrene's life will be Saturday, September 10, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at Preston Park II (118 Armistice Way, Saskatoon, SK). Donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society (1910 McIntyre Street, Regina, SK S4P 2R3). Online condolences may be sent from Arrangements entrusted to Basil Forsberg.<br></div>