Dolores BuckalewAge: 9319222016

Name
Dolores Buckalew
Given names
Dolores
Surname
Buckalew
Married name
Dolores Cole
Birth October 16, 1922 29 25
Marriage of a siblingCharles Lee “Buck” BuckalewMargaret “Marge” ConawayView family
Type: Religious marriage
June 26, 1949 (Age 26)
Marge and Buck Wedding
Marge and Buck Wedding

Note: Marge and Buck on their wedding day. Marge sitting in a '36 Ford.

Death of a fatherCharles Lee “Pop” Buckalew
February 26, 1969 (Age 46)
Address: Community Hospital Long Beach, CA
Cause: Severe heart attack
Note: "Pop" was hospitalized on Feb 13th. He couldn't recognize Bonnie or anyone, except for one day.
Death of a brotherCharles Lee “Buck” Buckalew
December 28, 20131530 (Age 91)
Cause: heart attack / perforated ulcer
Burial of a brotherCharles Lee “Buck” Buckalew
January 4, 2014 (Age 91)
Address: Gould's Inlet St. Simons Island GA
Cemetery: Atlantic Ocean
Note:
http://goo.gl/XVtpfE Buck's ashes were buried at sea in the Atlantic Ocean in a religious ceremony presided over by Pastor Paul Elbert, Lord of Life Lutheran Church.
Death August 25, 2016 (Age 93) Age: 93
Note:
Obituary: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fortwayne/obituary.aspx?n=dolores-j-cole&pid=181211762&fhid=13753 DOLORES J. COLE, 93, of Fort Wayne, passed away peacefully Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, at the Towne House Retirement Community in Fort Wayne. Born in Gays, Ill., Dolores was the second child born to Charles and Dorothy Buckalew. She married Joseph Cole and together they raised eight children. A fun-loving free spirit, Dolores left a legacy of innumerable funny stories that her family will share for decades to come. She enjoyed traveling the world, which added even more good stories to the treasure chest of memories. Having a very generous heart, she freely shared the fruits of her talent in arts and crafts. "Lucky the person who received a gift of her macrame‚ tole painting, pottery, crocheted afghans, Christmas ornaments or stockings, embroidery or sewing. Being around Dolores was a cross between being in an "I Love Lucy" episode and opening a box of chocolates. You never knew what you were going to get, but you knew it would be fun and you would like it." Survivors include children, Byron, Lonnie, Sue, Rick, Kent, Jodi and Kara; and dozens of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren survive to cherish her memory. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Cole; and daughter, Joanne. "The family wishes to thank the staff of the Towne House for their devoted care of her over the last 13 years." In keeping with her wishes, there will be no funeral service. "But you can count on her family and friends continuing to remember and celebrate her life." Donations in her memory may be made to: Erin's House for Grieving Children, 5670 YMCA Park Dr. W., Ft. Wayne, IN 46835-3280. Arrangements by Midwest Funeral Home & Cremation Society.
Death
Obituary: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/fortwayne/obituary.aspx?n=dolores-j-cole&pid=181211762&fhid=13753 DOLORES J. COLE, 93, of Fort Wayne, passed away peacefully Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016, at the Towne House Retirement Community in Fort Wayne. Born in Gays, Ill., Dolores was the second child born to Charles and Dorothy Buckalew. She married Joseph Cole and together they raised eight children. A fun-loving free spirit, Dolores left a legacy of innumerable funny stories that her family will share for decades to come. She enjoyed traveling the world, which added even more good stories to the treasure chest of memories. Having a very generous heart, she freely shared the fruits of her talent in arts and crafts. "Lucky the person who received a gift of her macrame‚ tole painting, pottery, crocheted afghans, Christmas ornaments or stockings, embroidery or sewing. Being around Dolores was a cross between being in an "I Love Lucy" episode and opening a box of chocolates. You never knew what you were going to get, but you knew it would be fun and you would like it." Survivors include children, Byron, Lonnie, Sue, Rick, Kent, Jodi and Kara; and dozens of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren survive to cherish her memory. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Cole; and daughter, Joanne. "The family wishes to thank the staff of the Towne House for their devoted care of her over the last 13 years." In keeping with her wishes, there will be no funeral service. "But you can count on her family and friends continuing to remember and celebrate her life." Donations in her memory may be made to: Erin's House for Grieving Children, 5670 YMCA Park Dr. W., Ft. Wayne, IN 46835-3280. Arrangements by Midwest Funeral Home & Cremation Society.