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Dolores Mcwilliams Obituary
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June 25, 2017
I enjoyed many memorable events with my sister Dolores. Below are just a few of the fun things I remember about Dolores.

My childhood would have probably been pretty dull except for Dolores.

I never knew her to really get mad at me except on poultry day" when all the Singler girls got a "goose"!

Dolores was the first woman in the Singler family to drive. in the late 1950s she got her first car, a Ford and she, Marlene and I were off to fun. I would go with Dolores and Marlene, her best friend, to Phillips Swimming Pool in Price Hill, Meadowbrook Swimming Pool near Oxford, OH. She would take me to the drive-in movies on Madison Rd. I remember we saw one of Sallie Fields first movies "Gidget Goes To Hawaii". She took me to the original Skyline Chili in Price Hill and to Frischs. At Christmas time she would take me downtown to see the Christmas display at Shillito's Dept. Store.

In short, Dolores was fun, fun, fun!!!!!!! and she loved going to Florida.

Dolores's life was not easy, in 1956 she was involved in an auto accident and her boyfriend at that time died in the accident. Dolores was hospitalized from the accident and all the Singlers worried and prayed about her health and recovery. Subsequently, I never once heard Dolores complain about her aches or pains.

It was one of the happiest days in the Singler family when Dolores met and married Mac. Dolores loved him deeply and you could tell Mac loved her. They would take me on picnics to Rapid Run Park and we would enjoy KFC chicken or other tasty foods. I would visit them at their apartment and then their house in Price Hill. I was so happy that Dolores met such a wonderful Irishman because Mac was a true gentleman.

Then in 1964 or 1965 Mac died and I can tell you it was one of the saddest days in our house and in the Singler family. Ruth and Ray Freese were very close to Mac and Dolores and they generously opened their door to my grieving sister.

I do not think Dolores ever recovered from the shock of Mac's death. Mac had a huge impact on our family. Fortunately, Dolores had Brian who is almost Mac's twin in appearance.

After I got out of the Army I took Dolores to see Kubrick's "2001 Space Odyssey" and other movies at the old RKO Albee downtown; then we would have drinks at the terrific Cricket Restaurant downtown. There were countless pizza nights at her apartment on Westridge.

She was always up to up a challenge with her crazy brother. She went horse back riding at night on Halloween at Pater Park with our group of friends and she lost her teeth! Believe it or not we found her teeth the next day. We went canoe riding and she tipped the canoe in panic when I said I saw a snake. She clung to me for dear life.

After Dolores went to Medowbrook Nursing Home we had conversations about going to heaven. Dolores did not believe she was good enough to go to heaven and I worked hard to convince her that Jesus made heaven available to her. I said to her, don't you want to see Mac, mom and the other Singlers again and she said yes. I said well you will see Mac and them again in heaven.

It was so sad to see Dolores began to lose her mind and it became emotionally distressful for me and Connie to visit her there. I hated going to Meadowbrook and see her like that. In reality I lost my sister several years ago.

Dolores and the other Singler girls were not my adopted sisters, they were real sisters who loved and cared about me. I miss all of them deeply but time waits for no one, including me.

I know my sisters, Dolores, Ruth and Virginia "Gin" are now in heaven and I thank Jesus (Yeshua) for his mercy, their salvation and the fact that Dolores now has her mind back.

Dolores, I miss you, your loving brother

Alan