Dora Jane Honeycutt
1924 - 2021
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3/21/1924 - 3/28/2021 Dora Jane (Winner) Honeycutt was born in Iola, Kansas to Alexander and Mary Winner. She is one of seven children, Bill, Dora Jane, Dan, Seth, Ike, Georgiana and Alex. At the age of 19, Dora Jane bought a one-way ticket on a Greyhound bus to Los Angeles and then took the Pacific Electric Railroad to San Pedro. In 1949 she married James W. Honeycutt, a U.S. Marine. They had four children, Jack, Joanne, Mary and John. Dora Jane loved her family, friends and square dancing. She was devoted to her Church and saw the best in everyone she met. A lifelong resident of San Pedro, Dora Jane lived her 97 years of life to the fullest and will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Predeceased by her loving husband, James W. Honeycutt, Dora Jane, is survived by her children, Jack Honeycutt, Joanne Honeycutt, Mary (Richard) Sumich, John (Gail) Honeycutt, grandchildren, Roxanne (Kevin) Pesic, Peter (Karolina) Romero, Carolyn Honeycutt, Alex Honeycutt, great grandchildren, Grace and Mae Rose Pesic, and Lydia Romero. Services will be Tuesday, April 20, 2021, 2:00 p.m., The Pavilion at Green Hills, Rancho Palos Verdes. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of Dora Jane Honeycutt to: Harbor Animal Shelter/Care Center 957 N. Gaffey St. San Pedro, CA. 90731 & San Pedro Meals on Wheels 731 S. Averill Avenue San Pedro, CA. 90732

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Published in Palos Verdes Peninsula News on Apr. 16, 2021.
02:00 PM
The Pavilion at Green Hills
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April 25, 2021
Joanne and all,
So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers sent for comfort and many happy memories. Love to you all
Diana Trani Coffman
April 18, 2021
What can I say about my Aunt, who was also known as "Dancing Dora!" She was loved by all and she loved everyone. As a young boy, I always looked forward to family get togethers, which were usually at her home in San Pedro. She always greeted everyone with a huge smile and a hug, no matter how busy she was. God Bless You, Auntie Dora Jane, for all that you did to bring Happiness and Joy into all of our Lives. We will never forget you!
Robert D Winner
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