Dorothy Stone

  • "Will always remember Aunt Dorothy and treasure the handmade..."
    - Kay Krause

Stone, Dorothy

Dorothy Stone, 94, died peacefully at Bellin Hospital on April 15, 2014. She was born June 20, 1919 in Abrams to the late Peter and Theresa Laskowy. Dorothy loved to entertain, play bridge, dance and spend time with her family and friends. She was an active member of First Presbyterian Church, Green Bay, and a 50+ year member of Eastern Star and Shrine Auxiliary.

She is survived by her three children: Barbara LaMere (friend, Bill Schears), Muskego; Robert and Patti Crooks, Oshkosh; and Nancy and Rick Kaster, Hobart. Six grandchildren: Scott Crooks, De Pere; Steven and Kerri Kaster, Pittsfield; Todd and Beth Crooks, Temecula, CA; Robert Kaster, Steamboat Springs, CO; Keith and Jane LaMere, Sun Prairie; and Michelle and Ryk Paradis, Muskego. Nine great-grandchildren: Alex and Taylor Kaster, Shawon and Morgan Paradis, Kennedy and Brady Crooks, Ryker Crooks, and Parker and Trent LaMere. Two sisters, Anne Seaver, Marblehead, MA; and Irene Oster, Madison, WI and Naples, FL. Also survived by her extended family: Fred and Jackie Stone and their family, Sheboygan; Kathy and Clark Lindo, Oshkosh; Gary and Maribeth Schuster and their family, Eau Claire; and Randy and Connie Schuster, Sturgeon Bay. She is also survived by nieces, nephews and many dear friends, especially Roberta Brand.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Peter and Theresa Laskowy; her loving husbands: Edward Crooks, Frederick M. Stone and Reuben Schuster; son-in-law, Daniel LaMere; sister, Olga Burkhalter; brothers-in-law, Philip Seaver, Raymond Oster, Howard Krueger and Raymond Burkhalter.

Dorothy requested that there be no funeral service. She wanted everyone to know she enjoyed life to the fullest, would now be pain free and was looking forward to joining God in Heaven.

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Funeral Home
Proko Wall Funeral Home
1630 East Mason Street Green Bay, WI 54302
Funeral Home Details
Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from Apr. 18 to Apr. 20, 2014