From Saskatoon,SK. Her obituary in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix, May 2, 2009:
HINTZE (BOYLE) Dorothy Isabelle December 12, 1923 April 15, 2009 It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Dorothy Isabelle (Boyle) Hintze at the age of 85, in North Vancouver, BC. Dorothy was predeceased by her husband, Lorne Hintze; parents, Edwin and Cassie (McLean) Anderson; two brothers: Norman and Finlay Anderson; and one sister: Margaret King. Dorothy is survived by son, Wilfred (Sharon) Boyle of Atlanta, GA; daughters, Wanda Manning of Kitchener, ON, Judy (Dan) Watson of Coquitlam, BC and Edytha Barker of Port Moody, BC; six grandchildren: Laura Manning of Cambridge, ON, Tara Boyle (Aaron Madamba) of Atlanta, GA, Cathrine and Andrew Caldwell of Coquitlam, BC, and Jordan and Nina Barker of North Vancouver, BC; one great grandchild, Iain Madamba of Atlanta, GA; two brothers: Ivan (Rose) Anderson of Calgary, AB and Ken Anderson of Kelowna, BC; one sister: Eileen (Paul) Daniels of Cochrane, AB; as well as nieces, nephews and extended family. Dorothy and first husband, Orville Boyle farmed at Grandora, SK for over 35 years, during which time Dorothy was an active member of St. Thomas Wesley United Church in Saskatoon, serving as CGIT leader, camp leader, Sunday School teacher and superintendent, and on many committees. She was also a valued member of the school board of Saskatoon (West) School Unit in the mid 1970s. Dorothy moved to the Vancouver, BC area in 1983, and married Lorne Hintze in May 1986. Dorothy and Lorne managed apartment buildings in several areas of the Lower Mainland until they retired. Dorothy will be remembered as a kind, generous and hardworking woman who always put others first, and whose family meant everything to her. Donations in Dorothy’s memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of BC & Yukon, 200 1212 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6H 3V2. Condolences to the family may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Judy Watson: Ella Wurtz (seen in Orville and Dorothy’s wedding picture as the maid of honour) and Dorothy were roomates before Dorothy married Orville. They both worked at McLean’s Grocery Store at 1717 20th Street West in Saskatoon, which was owned by Dorothy’s uncle Ken McLean. It was at the store that Orville and Dorothy met.