Dorothy Margaret Scothern (13 Dec 1929 - 2 Jun 2014)

Funeral Director

Mansfield and District Crematorium Derby Road Mansfield NG18 5BJ
19th Jun 2014
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In loving memory of the late Dorothy Margaret Scothern who sadly passed away on 2nd June 2014 at Kings Mill Hospital. A loving mother, grandma and great grandma with unlimited kindness and who is sorely missed.

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Anna Crapanzano wrote

Been a long time since we had spoken, but you were always in my thoughts. You will be greatly missed by every life you had touched....including mine. Say hi to Grandad for me ...
Always, Anna.

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Barbara Sobocinski wrote

For Aunt Dot:

Writing this little note in your book for Remembrance, but I talk to you all the time. I know, too that you hear us.

I always enjoying hearing the stories through the years that my mom, Joyce spoke of about her upbringing in England and her beloved siblings and family and the fun stories. She loved you all so.

Thank you for being a 'wonderful' you! Self-less and kind to everyone, our family 'Nightingale'. I so enjoyed our 'cozy' chats through the years and the little teaching lessons that you shared.

Now...take wing for Uncle Jack is waiting to hold your hand. I will keep chatting with you. Be happy in your new spiritual life. I love you very much! Your Niece, Always, Barbara xxx

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Carl DiPilla wrote

You were always such a special Aunti, I know we didn't see you as often as I would have liked, distance being the thing but when we did meet again it was always like yesterday. You and Uncle Jack not only built a house but a 'home.' Raised 3 beautiful girls and did special things for 'Mickey.' I know he's with you as well.
God bless you, I love you Aunti!

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Angela Letterie wrote

Auntie Dot, I'm proud to say I was part of your family tree. It was wonderful spending some time with you laughing, looking at photos, talking about the "good old days" and filling in the historical gaps of the who, what, when and where.

I know you are now enjoying life on the other side and was surely welcomed with open arms by everyone whose life you touched in some way.

We will meet again. I know it.

Lots of love and spiritual hugs,

Angela xx

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Lisa Scothern wrote

Thank you for being so loving, thoughtful, kind & caring. You and Dad did a great job in 'bringing us up'! I'm so proud to be one of your daughters and am missing you already, but I take comfort in knowing you're with Dad now.

Goodbye my wonderful Mum - thank you for everything and for being you.

Lots of love always and forever,


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