Dorothy M. Sokoly, age 93, of Mayville passed away on Sunday, January 26, 2015 at Clearview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Juneau.A Mass of Christian Burial for Dorothy will be held at St. Mary Catholic Church in Mayville on Saturday, January 31 at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. Fr. Tom Biersack presiding. A visitation will also be held on Saturday at St. Mary’s from 9:00 a .m. – 11:00 a.m. Burial will take place at St. Mary Cemetery in Mayville.Dorothy was born on May 29, 1921, the daughter of Edward and Florence (Fischer) Schaefer in Lamartine. She was a 1939 graduate of Fond du Lac High School and received her Masters of Education from Marian College. She was united in marriage to Joseph Sokoly on July 14, 1945 in Fond du Lac. She was a grade school teacher at St. Mary’s Catholic School and then was a special education teacher for CESA 6, teaching in the Lomira, Mayville, and Horicon School Districts. She was member of St. Mary Catholic Church. She was also a member of the Retired Teachers Association of Dodge County and a member of the Mayville Senior Center.Dorothy was devoted mother and teacher. She impacted many young lives in her 45 years of teaching. Dorothy’s greatest love was attending her children and grandchildren’s school functions and sporting events.Dorothy is survived by her children- James (Ellie) Sokoly of Keshena, WI. Lauren (Jeff) Kiesow of Horicon, and son in law- Rick Habel of San Antonio, TX. Her sister- Charlotte Ford. Brother in law- Franklin ‘Franny’ Pieper. Her grandchildren- Dean (Angie) Habel, Spencer (Joy) Sokoly, Casey (Heather) Sokoly, Ryan Kiesow, and Jared (special friend Liz) Kiesow. Her great grand children- Kieran, Brenna and Camden Sokoly and Cassidy Habel. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Joseph, her daughter Sharon Habel, her brother Raymond Schaefer, sister Phyllis Landerman, brothers in law Gordon Ford, Robert Landerman, Adam Sokoly, and Ernie Limple. Sisters in law- Zenita ‘Nita’ Schaefer, Ann Pieper, Bernie Sokoly, and Rose Limpel.Memorials may be directed to St. Mary Catholic Church.