Dorothy Fielding

Mrs. Dorothy Fielding went home to Heaven February 6, 2013. She was born March 28, 1928 in King Fisher Oklahoma to Arthur Lee Stanfill and Elizabeth Faye Jett Stanfill. She was born again into the family of God March 27, 1938 and loved and served her Lord by serving others. Mrs. Fielding attended school in Hennessey, Oklahoma and graduated from High School in Enid, Oklahoma. She went on to graduate from the Dallas Bible Institute in Dallas, Texas where she was a part of a ministry team teaching bible classes at a local tuberculosis sanitarium and participated in presenting the Bible through KYB Clubs (Know your Bible Clubs). It thrilled her to see young people learning Gods word and accepting Christ as their Savior. She spent a summer in Cuba with Practical Missionary Training where she participated in street ministry, radio ministry and in assisting resident missionaries.
Mrs. Fielding was preceded in death by her mother and Father, her daughter Elizabeth Ann Culley of Kasilof, Alaska, and three siblings who died in infancy.
She is survived by her husband Hunter Weston "Tuck" Fielding of Lake City; daughters: Mary Ester (Merle) Johnson of Sutton; Alaska, Sharon Kay (Rob) Hein of Wasilla, Alaska; Elizabeth (Bub) Corson of Leesburg, Fla.; Genie Marie (Bill) Head of Ft. Valley, GA.; and Irene Marie (Kirk) Humphreys of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Eight (8) Grandchildren, Ten (10) Great Grandchildren, and a host of those she calls her "children of the heart".
Mrs. Fielding disliked seeing God's money wasted and respectfully requests that, in lieu of flowers, any memorials be made in the form of donations to Southside Baptist Church or to Gideon's International for the placement of Bibles.
A memorial service will be held at Southside Baptist Church on Tuesday, February 12, 2013, Dr. Ralph Rodriguez officiating

Published in Lake City Reporter on Feb. 8, 2013