Dorothy J. Pannell
- November 7, 1937 - August 14, 2012
- Thomson, Illinois
of Dorothy's Passing
- A memorial has been established.
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I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Your mom was always so kind to me growing up. Peace be with you all.. Love, Belinda
Posted by: Bel - Clinton, IA - friend Jun 20, 2013
Please know that I am thinking of you through the difficult days to come. I pray that you wil find peace in your hearts soon. I am just coming to know this news and I wanted to pass this along.
Posted by: Shelly Brandt - Phoenix, AZ - Went to school with children Jan 11, 2013
We are so sorry for you loss our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.
Posted by: Dennis & Linda Schoening - Clinton, IA Aug 21, 2012
Dear Bob, Barbara, Lisa, Ed and Richard:
I was deeply saddened to see the loss of Dorothy. I always remember a smile on her face as well as her kindness.
It took me back to the years of wonderful memories on North Fourth Street in Fulton when your family would visit your parents and grandparents home and Greg, Gail and I would have the opportunity to visit and play with your children. Our parent's, Russell and Gladys, and our family have a special place in our hearts for the Pannell's.
You have our deepest condolences.
Tom, Jill (Naftzger) and Megan Doherty
Posted by: Jill Naftzger Doherty - DeKalb, IL - family friend Aug 20, 2012
Our sympathy to the family of Dorothy, we shared many wonderful times in the past with Dorothy, especially the laughter and fun at Grandma Kustes' house in our younger days, such lovely people.
Dorothy had a heart of gold and cared for friends and family deeply.
God Bless her and be with her children and our Uncle.
Posted by: Sheila Baker Franzen and Jeane Baker Housenga - Fulton, IL - Nieces Aug 20, 2012
Bob and family,
We are sorry for your loss. Remembering Bob and Dorothy visiting in our neighbor as I was growing up.
May your strength in God help you in this difficult time.
Roger and Gail
Posted by: Roger and Gail (Naftzger) Drolema - Albany, IL Aug 19, 2012
Ed, Susie and kids, We will be keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers during this diffucult time. May you find comfort in knowing that others are thinking of you today and in the days ahead.
Posted by: Mindy and Clayton Holesinger - Fulton, IL Aug 19, 2012
You and your family are in our thoughts and in our words.
Posted by: Lynn, Kathleen Schipper and family Aug 18, 2012
Barb, Brent, Heather and family-
On the few occasions I met your Mom/Grandmother she was always so warm and charming. At Brent's going away party we sat together and had a nice talk and she spoke then about her cancer and we spoke about my mother's as well. Then we enjoyed some pizza and few laughs.
It's a tough battle to watch someone go through but like my mom , your mother was a strong woman, she loved deep and
Posted by: Wanda and John Strunk - Clinton, IA - family friend Aug 17, 2012
I have the fondest memories of spending many family picnics and Dottie bringing out the homemade pickles and those mints. I even got some mints sometimes all too myself as a perk for being her godson. I got achance to speak to her two weeks ago and mentioned that as I was now old enough, her godmotherly duties were done. She was quick to remind me that she was NEVER done with that and I shouldn't forget it.
I will miss her. May she rest in peace.
Posted by: JOhn Van Der Bleek - Chicago, IL - Godson Aug 17, 2012