Dorothy OLIVER

Danville, Illinois

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i love you grandma and i miss you i know you are in a better place with grandpa r.i.p when my day comes ill get to finnaly see you and grandpa again

Mom I love you and miss you so much but I know I will see you again when its time you will always be in my heart David & Becky Thompson

It's very difficult losing a loved one, especially someone so dear as your mother. My deepest sympathy goes out to the entire family. May the drawing close to God in prayer help you to stay strong and comfort one another.
Jeremiah 29:12,13

To the Family of Dorothy Oliver, I am so sorry of hearing of your loss. You can stop and rejoice knowing your mother is in heaven and no longer suffering, as well as the fact of knowing you will once see her again. It's not easy, I know, I still miss Daddy just throughout the 28 years since he's been gone, I can honestly say it's gotten easier. I still have my days, sometimes it's nothing but a song, or a meal, something reminds me of him in some way. Please know, you're in my thoughts and...

Our hearts & Blessings are always with you Linda. May you find some comfort in knowing your Mother Loved You & Your actions always reflected Your Unconditional Love for her & Kaila everyday! She is at Peace now & may you find comfort in the beautiful memories you had with her. We'll always be there for you both. We Love You!!!
Our Deepest Sympathy.


Dorothy's Obituary

OLIVER, Dorothy, 83 of Sun City Center, entered into rest January 5, 2013. Dorothy was a past member of East Bay Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Erben Oliver. Survivors include her daughters, Sandra O'Brien (Larry), Linda Kight; son, David Thompson (Becky); five...

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