Rohrmiller, Dorothy H.
Dear Donna and family,
So sorry about your mom and I pray for God’s comfort for you all. May the lasting memories that each of you have of her long linger within your hearts and bring joy for having had her to be apart. You are in my heart and prayers.
Wanda Faith Sewell
My sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family with the passing of your Mom. It is never easy to loose someone no matter what time of the year but Christmas time makes it even more difficult.
Dearest Donna and Family ,
My heart goes out to you all as I am saddened for your loss. I pray Father God’s Peace envelop each of you at this time as you mourn you Mom, sister, Aunt, and Grandmother.
I am sad for your loss. She was a very special person and always had a great smile when I saw her when I was at church. May God comfort you and your family at this time and may all those great memories of your time with her give you peace.
Nancy StrazzeriNancy Strazzeri, Charlotte
I send my deepest condolences to Dottie’s family. I worked with Dottie in ICU at St. Perer’s Hospital back in the ‘70’s and early ‘80’s. She was the most loving , caring nurse I ever had the honor of working with. Her patients were truly blessed to be in her care. Dottie often spoke lovingly of her family, Richard and her children. Rest In Peace dear Dottie. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Jane (Winslow) WoodJane (Winslow) Wood, Saratoga Springs,NY
Dave so sorry to about your moms passing. My prayers to you and your family. God BlessMichael Kennedy, Averill Park NY
Dear Family of Dorothy and Dick,
May God hold your dear parents in his loving care and give you comfort and hope at this difficult time.
Dorothy was a woman of enormous kindness, integrity and loyalty. I was privileged and blessed to be her friend and to work closely with her in Nurses House, a national charity dedicated to providing financial assistance to nurses in need as a result of illness, injury or other dire circumstances. As was her habit, Dorothy went above and beyond her official responsibilities and gave countless hours of volunteer service to Nurses House. And, as was his custom, Dick fully supported Dorothy in her service to others. I remember with great fondness his warm and gracious company as he chauffeured Dorothy to and from the Center for Nursing to give her services to Nurses House. They were a very special couple who blessed all who knew them. I am very grateful to have been in their ambit.
Danny and family, your in my thoughts and prayers. My condolences and God bless and comfort you.Chris Szary, Albany
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