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1930 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Dorothy Schecter Obituary
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July 23, 2018

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July 23, 2018

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September 30, 2015
I was so sorry that I had to miss the celebration for Dorothy. I was there in spirit. My first recollection of Dorothy was at one of the Concord Players' Huddles during which directors for the upcoming season spoke about their respective plays. Dorothy was a stand out. She was so confident, poised and articulate. I was so impressed, and said to myself, "I wonder if I could ever do that?" At that point in time, I had a solid background as a performer but not as a director. I've never forgotten Dorothy's presentation or her presence. And I've tried to follow a bit in her footsteps. She made an enormous and singular contribution to the Concord Players as well as to the other fortunate organizations to which she brought her talents. Bravo, Dorothy!
September 26, 2015
I only have fond memories of Mrs. Worsham. I often find myself sharing stories of my days at Rogers Hall. Mrs. Worsham was not only an incredible teacher, she showed respect, patience and a sense of humor when trying to get "young ladies", like myself, to be their best. R.I.P Mrs. Worsham. You made a difference in my life!
September 24, 2015
I was one of the very lucky ones who had Dorothy as a teacher at Rogers Hall. I feel that she so influenced my life in giving me permission to like who I am. She was inspiring, generous, funny and kind. A great teacher, one of the best compliments, from a teacher, one can have. I had the pleasure of reconnecting with her two years ago. I went to visit her in Concord and had a spectacular afternoon. It was as if 47 years had not passed. I spoke to her in June while in Lowell, planning with Andrea Swet Dunlap our 50 th reunion. She told me she was not well but her goal was to be our honored guest at our 50th reunion in June 2016. Maybe she did not make it physically but she will make it because she will be there deep in our hearts. I knew her as Mrs. Worsham, she lives deep within me. My deepest sorrows to her family. She was loved by so many at Rogers Hall, she continues to be with us in our love and memories, what joy. Susanne Strenz-Thibault
September 24, 2015
She will be missed by many of us at Rogers hall. She was one of the best teachers..a true inspiration.