19 Tributes for “Dorothy Buckmaster

    Gary, so sorry to read about your Mom…My sympathies..


    Dear Sheila and Max and family,
    Our sincere sympathies go out to you. Your Mom was a very special lady.
    Our phone number is:219-462-6189

    Dear Gary and Sheila,We are sorry to read about your mother’s passing. She was a lovely and special lady. We loved both of your parents and now they are together again in a better place.

    So sorry to learn of Dorothy’s passing but now she is at peace. She lived and long and good life. Will
    always remember staying with them when Vic was
    in service. They were so good to me.

    Dear Sheila and Gary,
    My mother told me last night that your mother had passed. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I think of your mom and dad and of course Colleen with fond memories.

    Dear Sheila and Gary,
    My mother told me last night that your mother had passed. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I think of your mom and dad and of course Colleen with fond memories.

    We extend our sympathy to Sheila & Gary in the loss of your mother. We always enjoyed visiting with her. Johns mother , Irene also gives you her blessings of love. Gods blessings, Pat, John & Irene Yirsa

    Dorthy was a very special person to our family.Lots of wonderful memories when we lived in Gladstone.
    The joy that Mrs Claus and Santa gave to our children will be with us forever.

    So sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing. She was a wonderful lady. I missed getting her birthday card out on the 14th. and had just written a short note after hearing from Sharon that she was at Christian Park. She will be missed by many.

    Oh, Dorothy, my childhood memories are filled with YOU, your warm laugh, your loving ways, your good humor. You were the first to cut my bangs! I often got to visit you, sometimes for a day or two while Mom and Dad were away, and you let me enjoy the canary in the gilded cage that we would wind up and then listen to the bird’s song. You provided the soundtrack for our old Sunday School! You fit my wedding dress, you adjusted my veil on my wedding day. The stories go on and on. Everyone shall miss you, and I hope you have found your happiness and eternal peace in the Heaven in which I know you are. Lots of love to you and yours.

    Dot & Don lived 3 doors down from my parents home. the introduced me to the covenant church when I was a young girl. over the years we did many special things together. when I had my first child I asked them to be her godparents. they were such special people to me and my family. It comforts me to know that they will now be together in heaven. I will never forget all they have done for me…may they rest in peace. XOXOX

    I grew up a neighbor to the Buckmasters. Really good people with strong family values and a positive part of the community. Always felt welcome with every visit to their home. My sincerest condolences to the surviving family members.

    Gary(buck) and family, Sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. She was a great person and Mother. I understand, Buck, that you spent a lot time with your Mom. I’m sure she loved that!! God is Good!! A friemd, Dianne Washburn

    Gary&Sheila, I will always remember Auntie Dot , so many happy times at your house in the Buckeye! So glad I got to visit with her In May. May she rest in peace. Love Sandra.

    Gary, It’s so sad to hear about your Mom’s passing. I think of your Mom & Dad often. You also. I hope to see you soon. Tell Kristen hello for me. Your friend, Bonny

    Mrs. B will be fondly remembered as a good neighbor while my family lived next door. Both Mr. & Mrs. B were the best! I don’t know what I would have done without them getting us used to U.P. living! They will forever hold a special place in my heart! XXOO

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