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1926 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Dorothy McDonough Obituary
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January 20, 2017

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January 12, 2017
Susan and Ginny,

Our deepest and most sincere sorrow at the passing of your Mom. What a wonderful lady and what neighbors you all were. We still can't imagine anyone else living next door to us (although the people who bought your house are very nice). We miss seeing your Mom in her English garden or Duffy running around our dog. Joe misses talking to your Dad about his frustration with the Red Sox. My Dad and yours are probably still celebrating the Red Sox victories. My Mom passed on July 7, 2015 after a battle with dementia. She was 91. So your Mom has good company. Love from the old neighborhood, Cindy and Joe Franklin
January 9, 2017
Dear Ginny and Sue,

What a beautiful tribute to your beautiful Mom I just read in her Obit. You are both like sisters to me, and "Dot" (I just learned her middle name, "Olive!") My heart is with both of you, and also to the wonderful memories of your Dad and Jeff (a fellow redhead, proof of the "chosen" family relation.)

Whenever you miss seeing Dorothy Olive, just look in the mirror. You have both inherited her beauty, grace and noble achievements, body and mind.

My deepest condolences for your loss. May we all now celebrate a wonderful life. ("atta boy, Clarence!)
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