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Dorothy R. Stortz

April 27, 1920 - May 9, 2016
Visitation
St. Mary Catholic Church
112 S. German St.
Mayville, WI 53050
Saturday 5/14, 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Mass
St. Mary Catholic Church
112 S. German St.
Mayville, WI 53050
Saturday 5/14, 10:00 am

Dorothy R. Stortz, 96 year old, of Mayville, passed away on Monday, May 9, 2016 at Crossroads Nursing Home in Mayville.A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, May 14th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church in Mayville, with the Rev. Father Tom Biersack celebrating the Mass. A visitation will alsoContinue Reading

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Dennis & Dolores Gubin left a message on May 16, 2016:
"My deepest sympathy to you and your families. She was a special neighbor and friend over the years. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow."
Lois Thorn left a message on May 14, 2016:
You have my condolences on the loss of your mom. It's very hard no matter what age.
Bridget P. left a message on May 12, 2016:
My deepest sympathy to Dorothy's family. I had the privilege to work with Dorothy for many months. She was one of the main reasons I looked forward to going to work everyday. Her upbeat personality and humor were contagious. She was so caring. I looked forward to spending time with her just talking and many times asking for advice on many different things. She was a book of knowledge and life experiences. Dorothy was an amazing person and I am truly lucky to have crossed paths with her.
Brian & Janeen Zimmermann left a message on May 12, 2016:
Dear Stortz family so sorry and I know that words can not make it better. We have been through this recently ourselves. Just know that our thoughts are with you and we will say a prayer for you.
Marcia Krieser left a message on May 12, 2016:
Donna, Your mom was a special, one of a kind lady! I thoroughly enjoyed helping her with her banking and her delicious banana bread that she brought for us. My kids that attended St Marys still talk about how much they loved her chili and sloppy joes. She shared a couple of these recipes with me that I have labeled Dorothy's chili and sloppy joes and serve them proudly. I'm sure all the fond memories of her well be held close to your heart. My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family.
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Judy Behnke left a message on May 11, 2016:
My deepest sympathy to you and your families , Gordie and Donna.
She was a character in our neighborhood when growing up, tried to keep us on our toes, ha ha. I do remember Gordie you were over by our house quite a bit , guess you could be yourself , you even came over when we would say the rosary! She was always on the go.....
Rosemarie LaBomascus left a message on May 11, 2016:
Thoughts, prayers, and sympathy to Dorothy's family.
Kurt A. Stortz kurt.stortz@charter.net left a message on May 11, 2016:
My sincere sympathy to the family .I had the honor of working with her & Walter at St.Mary school .She was a wonderful person.I will treasure those memories for the rest of my life.My thoughts & prayers are with you.
Albert and Pat Wondra left a message on May 10, 2016:
We loved you Dorothy and will remember you for all your great cooking for our kids as well as for church events!
Rick Thielmann left a message on May 10, 2016:
So sorry up hear of Grandma's passing I heard lots of stories about her. She was quite the lady. You were so Lu ky to enjoy her warmth and laughter for so long. It's never easy to say goodbye but if you keep those memories, stories and laughter close to mind it makes it better. My thoughts and Prayers are with you Gordy and the entire STORTZ Family!! Take Care. Rick Thielmann (Tilly).
Jean Albers left a message on May 10, 2016:
So sorry for your loss.
Jean Albers
Ellie Sokoly left a message on May 10, 2016:
God bless. Those Sokoly boys loved her cooking and she loved them. Thank you Dorothy.
Koepsell Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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