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Dorothy Marie (Cusworth) Say


1946 - 2011 Obituary Condolences
Dorothy Marie (Cusworth) Say Obituary
Dorothy was born February 9, 1946 in Ellensburg Washington, and passed away March 1, 2011. She was 65 years young. Dorothy was a long time upper county resident, and loved by many. She was born Dorothy Marie Cusworth to her parents, Harry (Hub) Cusworth and Minnie Lucile Cusworth of Roslyn Washington. Dorothy was a gentle person who loved her family, the outdoors and camping, she worked for the Cle Elum School District as a cook for many years.

Dorothy was married to her husband Bob Say for nearly 35 years prior to his death in 1998. They raised three children in Roslyn; Robert (Bob) Lee Say of Black Diamond, Connie Marie Say-O'Donnell of Black Diamond, and James Edward Say of Ellensburg.

Dorothy is survived by her mother, Minnie Lucile Cusworth (Osborne) of Roslyn, her sister from Roslyn, Patricia Soderstrom (Dave), brother George Cusworth of Roslyn, her three children Bob Say (Danielle), Connie Say-O'Donnell (Bernie), and Jim Say (Kim), grandchildren Jake O'Donnell, Jamie O'Donnell, Robert (Bobby) Say, Nathan (Nate) Say, Joshua (Josh) Say, Hunter Say, Hailey Say, and Joseph (Joey) O'Donnell, nephews Norman Soderstrom (Lisa), Mark Soderstrom (Veronica), Duane Soderstrom (April), her father-in-law Ed Gable, mother-in-law Taeko Gable, and brothers-in-law John Say (Pam), Ray Say (Karen), and Mike Say (Sue).

She is preceded in death by her father Harry Cusworth, husband Robert (Bob) Say, and nephew Davey Soderstrom.
Dorothy is loved and will be missed by those that knew her. A memorial service will be held March 8, 2011 at Cascade Funeral Home in Cle Elum, followed by grave side services at the Roslyn Cemetery.
Published in Daily Record from Mar. 3 to Mar. 10, 2011
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