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Dorothy Adcock

Flatonia, Texas

Mar 13, 1935 – Dec 21, 2010


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Smith Funeral Home Obituary

Mrs. Dorothy Lee Adcock of Flatonia joined our gracious Lord on Tuesday, December 21, 2010, at The Christopher House in Austin, surrounded with love and comfort. She was born to a large family on March 13, 1935, in Yoakum, to the late Chas and Annie (Zapalac) Orsak. Mrs. Adcock is survived by...

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Albert,so sorry to hear about your mom.It's been many years. God Bless.

Dorothy, (Macon) I'm sorry you are gone from us too soon. Thank-you for our visits and for the coffee.

She will be missed by many. God Bless!

"I still remember seeing you wandering the baggage claim area when you came to New Jersey to see us". And how your eyes lit up when you realized it was me and gave me the tightest hug, just as you did when i was 6 yrs old when we visited texas in 1969. I will miss you my favorite aunt!!

Sorry For Your Loss... Shelly And Racheal. You Both Still Remain In My Thoughts And My Prayers. God Bless. Love You!!

Christmas just wasn't the same without you Macon. Remember when I made you and Taylor help me string all those cranberries and popcorn into garland? Yeah, that was a bad idea. I miss you and your laugh. I miss talking to you every day. I miss your jokes, even the naughty ones. I miss beating you in dominoes. You were letting me win, huh?

I don't know where to begin. The photos brought tears to my eyes. She was loved by so many including myself. She was a beautiful Person and now she will walk in the Heavens. Love you Dorothy.

Sandra and Rachael, I am so sorry for your loss. It looks like she was a gorgeous woman with an incredibly blessed life, and we now know where both of your good looks come from. I will be praying for peace for your families, and please call if you need to talk.

miss you Macon.