Dorothy Louise Disanto

Dorothy Louise Disanto

October 15, 2041 ‐ June 20, 2020
Dorothy Louise Disanto
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Resided In: Cleveland, Ohio Visitation: June 24, 2020 Service: June 24, 2020

Dorothy L. DiSanto, (nee Moormann) passed away peacefully at the age of 78 after a long hard fight on June 20, 2020. She was the only surviving daughter of the late Grace (Smith) and Wilbert Moormann. Sister of the late Nancy and Carol. She is survived by her son Michael L. DiSanto Jr. and daughter Tina L. DiSanto. Dorothy loved the arts, writing her book, animals, nature, family and friends.

Visitation and a short service will be held at Jenkins Funeral Chapel at 2914 Dover Center Rd., Westlake, Ohio 44145, the phone number 440-871-0711 on Wednesday June 24, 2020 from 5p.m. To 8p.m., with service at 7:30p.m.

The family would like to thank all the special angels that helped her along the way and became her friends.


Guest Comments

Carl Smith
Beavercreek, Ohio

Dorothy, I remember so clearly all those wonderful Sundays at Grandma and Grandpas house when the whole family got together and all the kids had a ball. Then later on the annual picnics we all had with out own families there. You were always a major part of it all and part of the glue that held us all together. Life was not always easy for you but each time we got together you had a warm smile and big hug for everyone which we all loved. I know that you are at peace now and feeling great once more and back with the Smith's who went before you. You will be missed.

Carol Kozak
Berea, OH

Dorothy and I had a lot of good times together, picking Grandpa Smith's strawberries and selling them. Walking up to Dover Gardens so Aunt Grace would give us a pop and chips. Rest in peace, Dorothy.

William J Smith (Bill)
Dayton, Ohio

Dorothy loved the Smith family very much. From the time I was young and visited Grandma Smith and Aunt Grace in Westlake, Dorothy always wanted to get an update on our family (Uncle Jack’s family). I remember a picture of Dorothy dancing for the camera that was a favorite photo for Aunt Grace. Life was not easy for Dorothy, she always had a “thanks uncle Jack” whenever my Dad would give her or Aunt Grace a helping hand. Hopefully God meets Dorothy with all the Smith’s, a new pair of legs and a beautiful song to dance on forever.

Richard Smith
Baltimore

Loved spending some of my childhood with Dorothy, Aunt Grace, Mike and Tina. Wonderful memories. Dorothy was an angel to my family as we dealt with my mother's death. I don't know how we would have cared for her without Dorothy's help. I know mom and dad welcomed Dorothy to heaven with open arms. My deepest condolences and love Tina and Mike. Rich

James (Jimmy) Smith
Union Mills, NC

Rest in peace Dorothy.
You always practiced being a dancer.
I hope you are in glory now in heaven dancing with your mom and the angels.

Thank you so much for all you did to bring to all of us the Smith family history.

God bless.

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