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Dorothy Anne Moffett
Date of Death: November 27, 2011
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Dorothy A. Moffett Mrs. Dorothy Anne Moffett, 83, of Winchester, Virginia, died Sunday, November 27, 2011 in her home. Mrs. Moffett was born in New Philadelphia, Ohio, in 1928, the daughter of the late Stephen and Mary V. Farkus. She was the youngest of six children, and received her Bachelor of Nursing Degree from Catholic …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Our heavenly kingdom has been enriched now, just as Christ enriched "Danny's" family and everyone of us who were a part of her life. Mrs. Moffett always made me feel welcome in her home. But when she discovered I was born the same day she married Pres in 1949, she never missed an opportunity to show me I was special to her. I have in my very distant memory a visit to the Moffett home after many years; they had made an addition to the house, which I recall included an indoor wall of field stone. I remember there was a painting on the stone wall of a small stone building in the country, with a bicycle sitting outside of it. I asked Mrs. Moffett about the picture and she explained it was a small post office near Warrenton and the bicycle was hers. In her youth, she had been in the post office one day when she first met Pres. So, she had an artist create the picture for them. And as I also recall, Mr. Moffett explained to me that the stone wall holding the picture was made of stone he had been able to get from that old post office. Mrs. Moffett died on the first day of the Church year, the beginning of Advent, when we start to celebrate our expectation of Christ's coming into this world. Danny and Pres make this expectation a reality. God bless them both.
"Hartgraves" Harrison left a message on November 29, 2011:
Our heavenly kingdom has been enriched now, just as Christ enriched "Danny's" family and everyone of us who were a part of her life. Mrs. Moffett always made me feel welcome in her home. But when she discovered I was born the same day she married Pres in 1949, she never missed an opportunity to show me I was special to her. I have in my very distant memory a visit to the Moffett home after many years; they had made an addition to the house, which I recall included an indoor wall of field stone. I remember there was a painting on the stone wall of a small stone building in the country, with a bicycle sitting outside of it. I asked Mrs. Moffett about the picture and she explained it was a small post office near Warrenton and the bicycle was hers. In her youth, she had been in the post office one day when she first met Pres. So, she had an artist create the picture for them. And as I also recall, Mr. Moffett explained to me that the stone wall holding the picture was made of stone he had been able to get from that old post office. Mrs. Moffett died on the first day of the Church year, the beginning of Advent, when we start to celebrate our expectation of Christ's coming into this world. Danny and Pres make this expectation a reality. God bless them both.
Monte and Joyce Swatzell left a message on November 30, 2011:
We are Jeremiah's grandparents and are sorry that we will not meet this lady during this lifetime but anticipate seeing her later.Our grandson tells us that she had a very fine daughter and several lovely granddaughters, one of which is his wife, Anne. Our condolences are sent to the family that they may have good memories of this lady to carry through their lives. Respectfully, Monte and Joyce Swatzell,Cleburne, Texas
Susan "Hetland" Oliver left a message on December 3, 2011:
I, too, was the recipient of Dot's kindness. She was a true lady, a loyal wife, and a devoted mother. May God bless.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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