Dorothy M. Pickersgill

Dorothy M. Pickersgill

April 05, 1927 ‐ January 24, 2020
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Resided In: Fairview Park, Ohio Visitation: January 27, 2020 Service: January 27, 2020 Cemetery: Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery

Dorothy M. Pickersgill, 92, Dear aunt of Debra Zeager (Edward), Laura Quintile (Tony), Donna Staryarsky (Bill), Don Pickersgill and Doug Pickersgill (Denise), Carol Pickersgill, Cathy Martz (Gary), John Pickersgill (Sherry) and Rachel Benning (Dan). Survived by her beloved pet Annie. Great Aunt and Great great Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Sister of the late Donald (Joy) Pickersgill and Franklin (Irene) Pickersgill. Funeral Service Monday January 27th at 2:00pm at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake where family and friends will gather from 1:00pm Monday until time of service. Memorials may be made to Fairview Grace Church, 22420 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, Ohio 44126 or White Shrine Scholarship Fund, c/o Mary Jo Daugherty, 8857 Woodcutters Lane, Pickerington,Ohio 43147.


Guest Comments

Libby Peterson
Bay Village Ohio

Dorothy left her mark on so many little ones and their parents..through her faithful and loving care of the children at Bay Presbyterian Church! She was a safe place for young and old. We will miss MISS Dorothy!
We pray Gods comfort for her family!

Libby Peterson
Bay Village Ohio

Dorothy left her mark on so many little ones and their parents..through her faithful and loving care on the children at Bay Presbyterian Church! She was a safe place for young and old. We will miss MISS Dorothy!
We pray Gods comfort for her family!

Sandy Deckelman
Bay Village, Ohio

We loved Dorothy and she experienced loved of many children at Bay Presbyterian Church, where she was a Child Care Provider for many years. Dorothy took control of the room and loved on those children. Her loved modeled Jesus love for us. Well done, good and faithful servant. She will always live in out hearts.

Phyllis Canfield
Cleveland, Ohio

Dorothy was a sweet, feisty, independent (to the max!) little lady, who became a dear friend during the last few years. I'm so glad I got to know her. She was very quiet but, once engaged in conversation, she could be quite talkative. I'll miss those conversations. What a blessing to have had Dorothy as a friend. I miss her already. My sincere condolences to her family.

Carole Leonard aka Charboneau and Lange
Valley City Ohio

Dorothy was a dear sweet lady who I have known for a long time through White Shrine and Eastern Star. She was the secretary at Miriam Shine when I was the Treasurer. We worked well together. I thought of her often. She is now in good hands.
My sympathy to her family.

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