Dorothy Helena Belt
February 18th, 1938 – June 14th, 2021
It is with great sorrow the family announces the sudden passing of Dorothy Helena Belt on Monday, June 14th, 2021. She was predeceased by her parents, John and Mary Luch; brothers, James and Gordon; and sister, Jenny. Dorothy is survived by her loving husband, Ray; brother, George (Diane) Luch; sister, Sharon (Wayne) Collins; as well as many nieces and nephews. Dot was born in Moose Jaw and received her education at Westmount Public School and Peacock High School. After working for many years in law offices, she ended her working life with the Moose Jaw School Board. Dot was a long-time member of the Anavets and the Legion, and was a past member of the Board of the Moose Jaw Senior Citizens Association. In the past, Dot enjoyed golf, curling and darts, and was a member of a city champion darts team. Retirement brought many trips around Canada and the United States, with emphasis on casino jaunts to Deadwood and Las Vegas. Due to the current Covid-19 health situation, a Private Family Service will be held. Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Andrew Pratt Funeral Director 306-693-4550
So sorry to read of this. Dot was a wonderful person. I worked along side her at the Seniors Organization
Ray,Sharon and George.
We were so saddened to hear of the passing of Dorothy.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the families.
Sorry to hear of Dots passing. Worked with her at School Board Office.
Ray and Family I was so saddened to read of Dot’s passing. I worked with her at the Moose Jaw School Division Office and she was truly a lovely and wonderful person and friend. Sending warm thoughts and prayers to you all. Jan Rowlinson
Condolences to the family…
I enjoyed working with Dot at the Public School Board office. One day, she was showing frustration when she couldn’t find an email address. I said, “Dot…Calm”. She liked that, and it became a common catch phrase from then on!
Ray and Luch Family,
So sorry to read of Dot’s passing. I worked with her at Moose Jaw School Division for many years, she was a dedicated, loyal employee. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
May peace follow your sorrow Ray. So sorry to read about Dorothy’s passing.
I am so sorry to read of Dot’s passing. I worked in the Moose Jaw Public School Division Office for many years, and Dot and I had many great chats on the way to the coffee room. She was smart and hard-working. I know she will be missed!
Dear Ray, Joe and families
I am so very sorry and sad to hear of Dot’s sudden passing.
i have many fond memories of Dot having worked with her at the MJ Public School
Division for many years. We knew each other prior to this so shared a lot in common
and also spent many good times together before and after our retirements.
She was a very dedicated and accomplished lady in everything she did.
I also remember her expressing her deep devotion to her siblings and their families.
Sending my heartfelt sympathies.
Ray, Joe and all the Luch families.
Please accept my sincere condolences on Dot’s sudden passing. I was shocked and saddened to hear this news. I worked with Dot for many years at the Public School Division #1. We golfed together at the local Par 3 and kept in touch through social media. She will be sorely missed by many. Rest In Peace Dot.
My condolences to you Ray, she was a very nice person.