Obituary of Marlene Tracey Lange
LANGE - Marlene Tracey, born September 30, 1964 in North Battleford, passed away June 5, 2023 in North Battleford at the age of 58 years.
Marlene was the youngest of three children born to Edwin and Mary Lange. She grew up on the family farm east of Glenbush, attending school in Glenbush and later in Medstead, graduating in 1986. After school Marlene lived in Spiritwood for several years where she worked as a Continuing Care Aide at the Idylwild Lodge. Her next move was to North Battleford where she worked at The Territorial Place Mall in the meat department and FF2 Clothing for 24 years. Marlene’s last decade was spent working at the Windsor Hotel in Battleford, where the Patrons and Employers became like a second family to her.
Marlene always enjoyed sports and played league volley ball and slow pitch. She also enjoyed tennis. The last 20 years golf has been her passion. Winter activities included puzzles, scrabble and cribbage. Marlene enjoyed the outdoors and spent many hours visiting on the deck. She was content with a simple life, and though she did go on the occasional winter vacation, she was always glad to get home to her beloved cats, Carrot and Smokey.
Marlene is lovingly remembered her two siblings: Debbie (Brett Seidle) of Medstead, Sk and their children: Meghan (Michael Tomtene) – Oskar and Dominik, Heather (Bryan Evans) and Kelsey. David (Kathy Lange) of Glenbush, Sk and her children: Lance, Keith, Brandon and Alecia and their families. Her birth daughter Zoe Buchanan of Weyburn, Sk and her children Mason and Brooke also numerous other relatives and friends. She is predeceased by her parents: Edwin and Mary Lange.
A funeral service to celebrate Marlene’s life was held Wednesday, June 28, 2023, 11:00 am at the Territorial Drive Alliance Church, North Battleford, Sk with Pastor Keith Klippenstein officiating. The eulogy was prepared by her siblings Debbie and David and read by Arlene Drieschner. Urn Bearer was David Lange.
Marlene’ final resting place will be in the Medstead Lutheran Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to The Battlefords Union Hospital – Palliative Care Unit.
Family and Friends wishing to send online condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Beau “Lac” Funeral Home and Crematorium, R. Mark Muir Funeral Director, Spiritwood, Sk (306) 883-3500