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July 16, 2018

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December 16, 2017
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that our loved ones will return to the days of youthful vigor as promised at Job 33:25.
November 27, 2017
My deepest Condolences to the family. May the family find peace in this difficult time and may the God of all comfort sustain you. Psalm 29:11
November 17, 2017
To the family please accept my deepest condolences. May all find strength and peace from Almighty God during this difficult time.
Beverly
November 12, 2017
Dorothy!! Such a lovely lady and a beautiful person (always smiling and laughing). Knew her through the 4-H Links of which she was one of the first four Link members in Kent County in 1927. Her nickname at the Links was "Dirty Dotty". Her basement was the original location of the Link annual auctions where Mrs. Thomas's wheat dinner rolls sold for upwards of $50 per dozen and Dottie bought her own umbrella back as Floyd Blessing kept bidding up the price. We (mother -Frances Clinton- and I) later visited with her at her apartment in Luther Towers (where she would walk down to the park to feed the ducks)and at State Street. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family who were so blessed to have her as their mother/grandmother/great grandmother.