Rodney Charles Dolliver

Charlotte, Vermont

Age 93


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Rodney Charles DolliverCharlotte - Rodney Charles Dolliver, 93 of Charlotte, Vermont passed away peacefully on November 1st with his wife of 72 years, Betty Jean Root Dolliver at his side. He is survived by his son, Richard Dolliver (Diane), and his daughter Nancy Deyette (Lei): Grandchildren,...

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I worked with Rod at the Burlington Savings Bank for many years. His smile always brightened your day.

I have very fond memories of a trip to PA with Rod and Jean in our Model A Fords. What a fun adventure! Sincere sympathy to Jean and the rest of the family.

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family of Rodney Charles Dolliver during this time of deep sorrow. Those who pass on God keeps in his memory because they are precious in is eyes. My sincerest condolences. Psalm 116:15

Sending Jean and all the family our sympathy. You have lost a dear person and Charlotte also has lost a wonderful man. Love to you from Harry & Catherine.

Dear Jean, Rick, Diane and family,
My heart was saddened to hear of Rod's passing but what an amazing journey he has enjoyed. He was such a kind person. He and Jean brought so much warmth and a sense of a community to all that lived and still live on Dolliver Drive. All of you will forever have a special place in my heart so celebrate Rod's wonderful journey and know I will be holding you tenderly in my heart. He loved his family most of all.

Dear Jean an Family

The "silver fox" has moved on. My heartfelt sympathy to you all. I worked with Rod at the BSB/BOV from 1966-1993. Always a smile from him and words when we passed in the halls of the BSB.

Loved seeing him at BSB reunions after we both retired.

Rest in peace my friend.


Dear Jean:

The "silver fox" has moved on. My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. I worked at the BSB/BOV from 1966 to 1993. Always a smile from Rod when I met him in passing. A laugh that could make everyone else laugh or smile. Loved seeing him at BSB gatherings after we both left the bank. Rest in Peace my friend.

Connie Marshall

Dear,dear Jean, Rick, Nancy and family,
SO sad to see that your dear Patriarch has died. My most recent memory that lasted for so many years was of my meeting both Rod and Jean at Hannafords! We would chat for ages- sometimes we'd forget what we were there for! Sometimes they'd loose their cart! How we laughed and they were both good at that! I can still see him peering up an aisle and see me! Too much fun in a grocery store! His wonderful smile and that twinkle in his eyes! An end...