Guestbook for Dorothy B. Stoos
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I'm so sorry to hear about Dorothy. I'm so sorry I missed the funeral, I just found out about it on 02/6/19. I enjoyed picking up Dorothy for bingo on Tuesdays, with my mom (Dolores Kreidermacher. She loved to play bingo. It was a joy to be with her. She was always dressed so beautiful. She made us all feel underdressed. She always loved talking about her grandchildren. She was very proud of them. My thoughts and prayers to the whole family. She is dearly missed. I'm sure Dorothy and Dolores are playing bingo in heaven!
From Mary Kreidermacher-Holst

6:47 am - 02/07/19


I'll certainly miss Dorothys presence at SugarLoaf. We visited many times as she made the "rounds", and she liked helping with the dining room. Very sweet woman,RIP Dorothy, we miss you!
From Candace Corey

11:08 pm - 02/04/19


I'm sorry to hear this, Linda. My sympathy to you and your family.
From Becky Kendrick-Thomas

4:04 pm - 02/04/19


Our deepest sympathy and prayers go out to the family.
From Kelly and Carolyn Speltz

2:37 pm - 02/03/19


Sorry for your loss
From Teresa Klinger

1:50 pm - 02/03/19


My memories of Aunt Dorothy always include her wonderful kindness. I’ll always be grateful for her nurturing presence during my mother’s illness and death. Such a giving and kind person. My sympathies to her family. Brenda Neumann Richard Stoos’s daughter
From Brenda Neumann

10:12 am - 02/03/19


As a small child I always remember going to Aunt Dorothy's house and looking up at her in awe, thinking she was a movie star! She was always so beautiful--hair and makeup was perfect, she was the epitome of class and a lady! As an adult I grew to love the wisdom and memory that Dorothy had! (She was always, still, so beautiful as well!) She still awed me in her vast creative talents and how she could remember so many details of extended family members! The last time Janel and I visited Dorothy we had the amazing experience of how she sat down with us and went through old photo albums. Janel and I talked about what a great memory that was that we get to carry with us. Rest in Peace dear Aunt Dorothy! I love you! Shelly McMahan (Bonnie's 2nd daughter)
From Shelly McMahan

4:09 pm - 02/02/19