Dolores Cronin

Obituary of Dolores Catherine Cronin

It is with a mix of profound sadness and Heavenly rejoicing that the family of Dolores Catherine (Maloney) Cronin announce that she has gone to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on the afternoon of Saturday, July 16th, 2022 at the age of 73 years.


Along with being a loving wife, momma and Gramma, Dolores' greatest love was for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was known as a diligent and loyal prayer warrior to everyone who knew her. Dolores' greatest joy and commitment was sharing her testimony and witnessing God's abiding love to anyone who would listen. 


Dolores was born in Seaforth, Ontario in November of 1948.  She is survived and lovingly remembered by her two daughters, Laurie (Chris) McIlravey and Tammy (Colin) Cronin; her two granddaughters, Julia and Kiara McIlravey and her two sisters, Lois Schmitt and Mary (André) Lachapelle in Ontario.  She was predeceased by her loving husband, John Cronin; her son, Shawn Cronin; her parents, Frank and Doris Maloney; her brother, Gordon Maloney and her sisters, Margaret and Doreen Maloney.


A celebration of both Dolores and her recently deceased husband, John, will be held at the Deer Park Alliance Church, 2960 – 39 St., Red Deer AB on Monday, July 25, 2022 at 11:00 am.


For those unable to attend in person, the service will be available by livestream, using the link   Please note, this link will not start the livestream, it will take you to Deer Park’s youtube channel video list. The livestream will not be available until the morning of the funeral and when it is available it will appear as the “latest uploaded” video on their channel.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Dolores' memory may be directed to the COPD Canada Foundation, 555 – Burnhamthorpe Rd, Ste. 306, Toronto, ON M9C 2AB. Condolences to Dolores’ family may be emailed to Please put  “Cronin” in the subject line.

Arrangements in care of

Meaningful Memorials Funeral Service

A locally owned cremation and funeral provider

serving Red Deer and all of Central Alberta


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