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Dorothy Dean Young Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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November 22, 2017
Dorothy was the best mother in law anyone could of asked for. She was loving, kind and thoughtful. She had a wonderful gift for writing poetry and songs. She was a devout Christian and displayed her love of family and God thru out her home. She was thought highly of by all that knew her, she was compassionate to all and gave without question to charities that are in need of help. She loved sewing and knitting, cooking and baking but her best and my favorite thing that she loved making was jelly and jams. She was definitely a child of the depression because she repurposed any thing that could be remade or used for multiple purposes. She listened without judgement and gave wonderful advice, which was generally, follow your heart an pray for the answers. I will miss her. I love you Mom.
November 20, 2017
Sorry to hear of the loss of my dear aunt Dorothy. Never got to know her very well but often thought of her. My mother, Dorothy's sister,
was Clemmie Withrow-Painter.