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Dorothy Haese 1925 - 2013
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May 06, 2013
My Grandma was usually gentle with me, especially as we both got older... She listened and cared and loved. She didn't judge me. She loved me unconditionally through all of my life phases. This is the greatest gift a grandchild could ever receive. Especially so in my case. So that is one of the reasons I try to treat other people the way she treated me. Nothing feels better than knowing you are loved the same regardless of what you did or did not do. I always made sure I shared my gratitude with her. I always told her how much I loved her and how much her care meant to me over the years. I could tell her just about anything... and we laughed together and cried together. I was there for her as she cared for Grandpa in his declining years. I listened and loved and supported. We logged countless hours on the phone my entire life long. Her phone number is branded into my heart. I miss her voice already and its only been two days since she kissed me goodbye over and over and as always we left each other with the words "I love you". I was her granddaughter-daughter and she was my grandmother-mother. We did the best we could, and that's all that we could do.

Thank you for all of your love and kindness Grandma... you will always live on in my heart, your gentle lessons will guide me forever... xoxoxo
May 06, 2013
For my grandma..i love you. Now you can dance again with grandpa.
May 05, 2013
We met dear Dorothy at Harmony when our Dad was there. We loved this dear lady, and would stop to see her after Dad moved. She was kind, gentle, classy, and so sweet. She will be missed.
May 05, 2013
Peggy couldn't have said it better, we spent many great times with Dorothy, she was a great lady.Thank you Dorothy for all the wonderful memories. Love the Prochnows
May 04, 2013
Dorothy was an important part of our lives for the past several years. She was a wonderful companion to our Dad (Harley) and was a "Mom" and "Grandma" to the rest of us. We loved spending Christmas in her Manor apartment where we ate pizza and played games. Dorothy had a wonderful smile and a big heart. We will treasure those memories of time spent with her! Her parting words to us were always "go home safe". So go home safe, Dorothy. With love from the Prochnow family.
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