- November 25, 1935 - February 4, 2013
- Warren, Ohio
of DOROTHY 's Passing
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i love you granny forever i will never ever be the same without you, i need you to come back home but i now know you are with god and our family and you are safe from any harm or pain i miss you so much granny and you will always be a part of my heart and the kids as well R.I.P Granny i love you
Posted by: Sonya Watson - EAST SYRACUSE, NY - granddaughter Feb 10, 2013
I never had the pleasure of meeting Dorothy, but I do know that she must have been an incredible woman to have raised a daughter like Sherry. My heart goes out to you Sherry and your family. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by: Kendra Chapman - Cleveland, NY - Friend of Sherry Greer Feb 09, 2013
Tonight my nephew (Justin) had asked my sister Max if Mom ever learned how to drive, She told me he wanted to know with a big smile on her face..So I had a great story to tell him about his Grandma.
Now my mommy did have a drivers license, now by the the State of PA. she was allow to drive,,( ONLY GOD KNOWS WHY ) I only ever got in a car with her once and that was
Posted by: Betty Nuzzo - Portage, IN - Daughter Feb 09, 2013
sorry for your loss..your family in in my thoughts and prayers..
Posted by: Georgia Clark - cleveland , OH - friend of family Feb 08, 2013
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Karen Martin - Newton Falls, OH - friend Feb 08, 2013
My momma had 8 kids the first being my sister max,the last being me both born on the same day (wow how'd she do that)16 yrs apart. Whenever we would be out with her she would tell everyone this is my Alpha & Omega. I am thankful that she knew the real Alpha & Omega Jesus Christ and one day I will see her again. When I think about a story about mom there's usually tears but by the end
Posted by: Doddie - Medina, OH - Daughter Feb 08, 2013
My favorite things to do with Grandma was play cards and build puzzles even if she was a cheater. Grandma always seemed to win in rummy and had her "lucky chair." If we would happen to play while she was napping or gone we would say I'm sitting in Grandmas "lucky chair" so I'm going to win.
She would sit and build puzzles while eating, watching tv, drinking her coffee... nothing kept her from her puzzles. And if we would
Posted by: Lori Atwood - Tacoma, WA - Granddaughter Feb 08, 2013
My mom was the mother of eight children. As you can imagine our house was never a quiet place. Except during a thunderstorm. The reason for that is because our mom told us that lightning was attracted to noise. I still remember all of us sitting on the couch with our feet pulled up because that was a danger too and being as quiet as a mouse. My mom probably couldn't wait for a thunderstorm to appear. She also always
Posted by: Maxine adam - Warren, OH - Daughter Feb 08, 2013
I enjoyed being in the company of her. She was an absolute joy every morning i came to see her, she will be sadly missed. My sincere condolences go out to all of the family, it was truely great to have met you in the time she was here with us.
Posted by: Dawn Morgan - Warren, OH - friend Feb 08, 2013
She was crazy, funny, beautiful, and so much more! Everyone loved her. She makes wise cracks at ppl and was never shy about anything(: she was always there for ppl no matter what. She never forgot a Christmas no matter what. Now every time I look at my mommy I can see that beautiful woman in her and in her heart. She'll always be missed and love greatly! I love you grandma and will miss you a lot. R.I.P beautiful
Posted by: Nicole Meade - Portage, IN - GrandDaughter Feb 08, 2013