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July 17, 2018

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April 11, 2017
To the family and friends of Ms. Dorothy Carter. I'm so very sorry for the loss of your loved one, but know that you can depend on God always even now. I've found these verses to be of comfort at Psalms the 34th chapter the 17th and 18th verse.
April 5, 2017
I knew Dotty and Dan as a fellow member of First Parish of Sudbury. Dotty was one of a kind--wonderful sense of humor, feisty, down-to-earth with great personal style.I think we all at First Parish missed her after she moved--I certainly did! I'm glad she lived such a long and vigorous life in Austin after the move. My condolences to her family.

Peg Espinola, Sudbury
April 4, 2017
I am a docent at the LBJ Library who started my volunteer work there about the same time as Dottie did. From the first time I met this wonderful lady I was delighted by her warmth, intelligence, and wonderful voice. I always went out of my way to talk to her at every opportunity, because she always had something interesting to say about current events or about her own varied and fascinating life experiences. One of my fondest memories was after Dottie had retired from working at the LBJ. My wife and I and our then 3-year old (adopted) African American granddaughter, Macey, visited Dottie for coffee, milk and cookies at her apartment. Our conversations were delightful as usual, and the interactions and communication between Dottie and Macey were a joy for us to observe. It was a wonderful experience for Macey, and it was clear that Dottie enjoyed this visit too. Your family must be proud of this fine women who lived such a long, gracious and productive life. I was lucky to have shared in a small part of it.
April 2, 2017
My condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort found in God's promise at John 6:40 which says that soon we will all see our loved ones again.