Dagmar-Slaven-Obituary

Dagmar I. Slaven

Quincy, Massachusetts

1941 - 2016

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Dagmar I. (Stoerkel) Slaven, age 75, died peacefully, Monday, June 27, 2016, at home, surrounded by her loving family. Dagmar was born and raised in Frankfurt, Germany. Her life began in 1941, in the shadow of World War II. While her family faced challenges in the post-war years, she remembered...

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I just found out about Dagmar's passing today. This is a tremendous loss for us who suffer from this incurable disease. I will miss our long conversations. Dagmar was such a source of inspiration and support.
I am truly sorry for your loss Bill and to your sons. Her suffering is now over and she will be watching over from Heaven. May time heal your heart.

Bill & Family,

So sorry to hear of Dagmar's passing. A brave lady. Hopefully she is in a better place. many memories of the Weisbaden visit and meeting her and later visits in the States.
RIP Dagmar

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Al & Heather Risley

Bill & Sons. I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss her extraordinary personality and superb wisdom. It was a pleasure to have known you both and an honor to have spent the time I did with her.
God Bless

I really enjoyed getting to know Dagmar over the last few years. She was such a champion for her cause and I, along with many of our home health aides, learned so much from her. She faced everything with such grace and she will be missed.

So sorry to hear of Dagmar's passing. She was a loving, wonderful woman and will be missed by all who knew her.

Thank you for your friendship Dagmar and all the beautiful memories we shared together.I will miss you so much.Rest in Peace.

Christiane your friend forever

Dear Bill and Family,

Sorry to learn of the passing of your beloved wife, devoted mother, sister, and aunt! You will be in my heart and prayers at this difficult time! We know Dagmar is with the Lord, and fought a courageous battle for many years with her supportive family,

Blessing,
Nancy Nelson

Dear Bill and family,
Iz and I were saddened to hear about Dagmar.
May God's goodness and mercy be with you and give you and your family peace and comfort in the years ahead.
With many fond memories,
Lloyd and Iz

Dear Bill and Family,

My deepest condolences on the passing of Dagmar. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you. God Bless.