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Dorothy R. Renfro
January 20, 1926 - July 3, 2004



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By: Don Rosner Aug 25, 2004
Doe was always my big sister, always there in time of need. She helped scold me when we were young and I was bad, she helped support me when I needed a lift. She definitely helped shape my personality. Her family always took first priority, and she was tremendously supportive of our parents, her husband and her children. What she wanted most in life was to be a good wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. I know she achieved all of these and can rest in peace forever knowing that she succeeded. I will regularly think of my big sister and friend, and I will smile and feel comforted. Love you Doe and thanks for being just you!
By: Don Rosner Aug 25, 2004
Doe was always my big sister, always there in time of need. She helped scold me when we were young and I was bad, she helped support me when I needed a lift. She definitely helped shape my personality. Her family always took first priority, and she was tremendously supportive of our parents, her husband and her children. What she wanted most in life was to be a good wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. I know she achieved all of these and can rest in peace forever knowing that she succeeded. I will regularly think of my big sister and friend, and I will smile and feel comforted. Love you Doe and thanks for being just you!
By: Don Rosner Aug 25, 2004
Doe was always my big sister, always there in time of need. She helped scold me when we were young and I was bad, she helped support me when I needed a lift. She definitely helped shape my personality. Her family always took first priority, and she was tremendously supportive of our parents, her husband and her children. What she wanted most in life was to be a good wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. I know she achieved all of these and can rest in peace forever knowing that she succeeded. I will regularly think of my big sister and friend, and I will smile and feel comforted. Love you Doe and thanks for being just you!
By: Sandra Davis Jul 10, 2004
Jean, Mark, and Jim..It's never a good feeling when someone you love passes on, just know that you are in my thoughts. Jean, I remember your Mom always being in the kitchen when we were in high school. Fond memories! Be strong like you are, Love, Sandra
By: Emily Bettancourt Jul 8, 2004
To My Dear Friend Jean,



Your mother influenced you to be the wonderful and intelligent person you are

today. Be proud she was your mother and that you became the person you are

because of her. I hope you find comfort in my words, though I know the emotional

pain can only be healed by time. Your peace shall arrive slowly and you will

find relief that she had a wonderful life because you were her daughter and

you made her proud. Carry that on my love, carry that on.



With you in spirit today...I am by your side. Your friend, Emily
By: Mike Murdock Jul 8, 2004
Mr. Renfro, Jimmy, Mark and Jean - When my mom passed on the news from Jean, I was instantly saddened and your family is in my thoughts and prayers. While I haven't seen her or you in many years, I do have very fond memories of her and your family. My immediate memories were her with a big smile on her face in your kitchen telling Lulu-bel to be quiet, as well as, laughing at the kitchen table with mother when she would come over for one of her visits. To me, she will always be "Mrs. Renfro", the kind lady next door who made my childhood neighborhood a better place to grow-up.



Mike Murdock
By: Dru & Robert Henderson Jul 8, 2004
Uncle Jim, Jim, Mark & Jean,



Doe was a terrific lady. We will miss her, but know she is in a better place. I'll never forget Uncle Jim and Doe's visits to our home. What a hoot!



love,



dru & robert
By: Toni Hughes McGrew Jul 8, 2004
I worked with Doe many years at Doctors Hospital and she was such a sweet person to work with and such a good nurse...always so nice to the patients and fun to work with. She will be remembered for her kindness and her beautiful blue eyes.
By: Bob & Janet Loeffler Jul 7, 2004
Dorothy Renfro sure raised a great daughter!



Jean, our thoughts are with you.



Bob & Janet

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