My deepest sympathy to Beverly, Walt, Joe and all of Dorothy's family. I know how difficult it is to lose such a kind, caring, and loving person. Dorothy glowed and made the world a much better place in which to live. It is so difficult to accept that we will no longer be able to visit with Dorothy and benefit from the unique and rare qualities she possessed and shared with everyone she met. My dear friend since we met at Yates High School, over 25 years ago. You were always so kind to my dad, remembering his favorite orange slices and licorice. He loved your bright smile and the fact that you always included him in the conversation. Give him a hug and a kiss for me. I will miss your, "Hello my friend," each time I called. I will miss our dinners and conversations. You left us too soon. I know that you are in a much better place and enjoying your reunion with Wynn. Knowing you, increased the quality of my life and made me a better person. Thank you for all of your kindnesses. We will meet again, "my friend."
Guy and I enjoyed being your friend. Every time we stop at Frenchy's, we will think of you. However, you will be forever missed by two people who loved your spirit, your smile, your love for people, and of course, your good looks. We will always keep you in our hearts. You are now God's little angel. Love you my dear.
Rest in peace Ms. Dorothy, it was an honor to have worked with you!
I enjoyed working with Dorothy on many occasions at Clear lake hospital. She was always so kind and upbeat. She will be missed.
There is a hole in my heart that I won't get to see Dorothy again on this earth. I worked with Dorothy so many years on the units and as Administrative Supervisor. She always had a smile no matter which unit I assigned her to. How she worked 2 jobs I'll never know. What a woman. She will be missed by so many. To her family: She was one special woman and nurse. We loved her at Clear Lake.