Dorothy M. Blankman

Omaha, Nebraska

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To all Dorothy's family and friends: when i first met Dorothy,as she visited in Oklahoma, i thought her name was GLORIA. I took her, my daughter, and Zachariah on a shopping trip, in Ok City, for the better part of the day.we went to several stores and we ate lunch and the whole time, my daughter called her Miss
Gloria and i as well, called her Gloria. I wanted to be s-o-o-o respectful towards her and so this went on and on and on. I took her back to her daughter's house and as she was...

I am thinking of all you at this sad time. Dorothy was such a wonderful lady. I can still see her walking across the field in between houses with her beloved Emmie and hearing Larry say "Oh no. We're in trouble now - here comes Ma" laughing the whole time he was saying it. I will miss her and her sense of humor. She always seemed to have a smile on her face whenever I saw her.

I will miss you Dorothy. You were the best mother-in-law, neighbor, and friend that a person could ask for. One day, Greg told me that when you passed away, they would not be able to find a casket big enough to hold your heart. My sympathy to Mark Sr., Cindy, Suzie and Becky.
Love, Debbie Blankman

Our sympathy to the Blankman family, may you all know the comfort of God's love.

Our deepest sympathy to the Blankman family from the family of Mable McGinnis.

I feel so fortunate to have had such a beautiful person in my life....
I Love you and will Miss you Aunt Dorothy....

Our sympathy to the Blankman family. Aunt Dorothy will be greatly missed by many. She was always good with her one-liners and had a special way of keeping all of us kids in line whenever the families would get together. May she rest in peace with Greg, Skeet and Larry. Love, Chuck & Jeanie Beda

Deepest sympathies to the Blankman family. Dorothy was one of my favorite Aunts. I remember going every Sunday with my mom and dad (Frank and Ruth Blankman)to visit our grandparents, aunts, uncles and all the cousins at the "compound" on 28th St. Dorothy was always cracking jokes, always had a smile. The volleyball games in the yard between Greg and Dorothy's place and Wes & Lil's. Much love to my Omaha family, I miss you all! Ann (Blankman Wickherst)Stortz

There are no words that I can say that would express my feelings. I loved Aunt Dorothy very much. My thoughts and prayers are with your family


Dorothy's Obituary

Dorothy Blankman passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. Funeral Home Services for Dorothy are being provided by Korisko Larkin Staskiewicz Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on May 5, 2012.