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December 16, 2018

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November 12, 2017
My goodness! Did not know Dottie had all these credentials. To me she was just a sweet sweet down to earth lady who showed lots of love, wit, humor, compassion, and understanding. She will be missed. Blessings to her family!
Bud and Bonnie Jones
November 9, 2017
May you be comforted in this time of grief. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

Many warm regards,

Staff of Saad Hospice
November 9, 2017
Mrs. Zorn was our next-door-neighbor where we grew up on Argonne Street. She was always one of the most positive, energetic, upbeat people that you could ever know. When my parents were in their declining years, she was always available and offered to help anytime she could. Great memories of she and Mr. Zorn hosting neighborhood parties and their famous Mai-Tai cocktails!
November 8, 2017
Dottie was a great lady and a true friend. My wife, Nina, and I thought the world of her. When I was president of the South Alabama Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, Dottie volunteered to serve as Chapter Secretary. She was an immense help to me in administering the Chapter during our term of office and I was eternally grateful for her help and guidance. The world has lost one of its finest and we shall miss her greatly. May God bless and keep you Dottie.

With sincere condolences to her family.

Jim Eubanks, Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired)
President Emeritus, Alabama Council of Chapters, MOAA