Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Dorothy Killius
My condolences - a wonderful and always cheery woman, who will be missed.
Martha and David,
Peace at last for Dorothy. As God closes one door he opens another for each of us. My mother and I send our condolences to both of you and your families. I think she understood the meaning of Davidís call, although she couldnít remember who called, so I am assuming that was the origin of the call. Regardless it did upset her for a day. I was keeping up to date from Glenn Sadler when I would see him every couple of months. Please keep in touch with any other arrangements when they develop, email@example.com or 814 442 6740.
I'm sorry for your loss. Prayers and thoughts are with the your family.
Marty and David,
Oh, how we loved Aunt Dorothy. Her smiles, her laugh, and her strong character will forever remain within our memories.
Keith, Keli, and Maggie
Dorothy was a very special person. Heaven is now a much richer place. It was a great privilege to have known her.
Gary & JoAnn Estnick
David & Martha - My deepest condolences on your mom's passing. She was such a gracious & funny lady. I always looked forward to our visits to Berlin--playing with vintage Barbies, having cookouts & letting your dad show off his trombone (I played too). I'll remember her so fondly.
Dear David and Martha --
Sincere condolences and best wishes to you both. We'll always remember your mother and dad and their many kindnesses to our family.
Marty and David, my deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom. She was a wonderful lady and always had time to talk to curious little girls like me! I always loved going to visit all of you in Berlin and it didn't happen nearly often enough to suit me. You will be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming days.
Cecilia (Ryan) Hughes
Dorothy was a wonderful friend and neighbor. We've missed her smile but so glad she is reunited with Dr. Jim. Our thoughts, prayers, and love are with your family.
Charlene Maust Murray
Dear Martha and Family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I loved coming to your home as a child and always remember your Mom as a loving and caring person. You have my deepest sympathy.
Kathy "McKinley" Hay
A wonderful neighbor, a pillar of the community has found rest at last. I see your smiling face, Dorothy. Rest in peace. With fond memories and deepest sympathy.
Thomas Irvin Maast and Kirsten Omholt Maast