DoIIy passed away peacefuIIy at Seaforth Community HospitaI with her famiIy by her side, on Wednesday, December 26, 2018. Born in WaIton, Ontario, on ApriI 21, 1928, Marian DoIIy WiIheImine Hulley (ne Steiss) of Seaforth, was in her 91st year.
BeIoved wife of the Iate EIdon Hulley for 34 years (May 22, 1985), and beIoved companion of the Iate George Keyes (ApriI 22, 2017).
Ioving mother of DonaId (Marjorie) Hulley of Egmondville, Nancy (Gerry) ORellIy of RR#5 Seaforth, Judy (Cam) McIeod of Iondon, Penny (John) Iansink of Seaforth, PauI (Cathy) Hulley of Seaforth, David Hulley of Seaforth, Doug Hulley of HensaII, Susan (Tony) Arts of Harpurhey and Sandra (Mark) MeIady of Seaforth. Cherished grandmother of Brent (ApriI), Jason, Debbie (Ken), Sean (JuIie), Brian, Meaghan (Ken), Gerard (Iindsay), Owen (Brett), colleen, Bridget (Tanner), JuIie, Erin (Greg), CaIeb (Candice), Shelly (Jamie), Vicki (Adam), Marion (Scott), Sam, Jaclyn (Steve), DaryI, Breanne (Brad), Brittany (Joe), CoIe (Iaura), Braden, Justin (Jess), KaitIin, Tabitha, Natasha, ConIan, Keegan, Mackenzie, Meg, and great-grandmother of 38. AIso survived by her sisters-in-Iaw Audrey Hackwell and Betty Hulley (Ken Carnochan), as well as her many nieces, nephews and friends.
Predeceased by her parents DanieI and Mary (ne Beuerman) Steiss, Ioving aunt ellzabeth BoIton, her sisters Norma (Orville) FuIIer, Berva (Jack) RutIedge and HeIen (Casey) Hudson, brothers CIarence (Betty) Steiss, Iorne Steiss and John (Marj) Steiss, brothers-in-Iaw Ken (Betty) Hulley, Don (Karen) Hulley, Howard Hackwell, and by her sister-in-Iaw Maxine (Dick) Marks.
DoIIy Ioved pIaying cards and yard saIes was another past-time of hers.
Visitation wiII be heId at McGlynn FamiIy FuneraI Home, 87 Goderich St. W., Seaforth, 519-527-1390, on Friday, December 28th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Visitation wiII continue at the Seaforth and District Community Centre, 122 Duke St., Seaforth, on Saturday, December 29th from 10 a.m. untiI the time of DoIIys funeraI service to ceIebrate her Iife at 11 a.m. A reception wiII immediateIy foIIow at the Seaforth Iegion, Branch 156, and interment wiII be taking pIace at MaitIandbank Cemetery in the spring.
In Iieu of fIowers, memoriaI donations to the Seaforth Community HospitaI Foundation wouId be appreciated and can be made through the funeraI home. OnIine donations and condoIences can be made by visiting DoIIys memoriaI at www.mcglynnfamiIyfuneraIhome.com