Dorothy Fournier

Resided in Rock, MI
Died July 19, 2008

Dorothy M. Fournier, age 92, of 11495 Chapel Lane, Rock, died early Saturday morning at the St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba.
Dorothy was born October 26, 1915, in Rock, the daughter of John Edward “Ed” and Emma (Boissnault) Johnson. She was raised in Rock and attended the Rock schools. At the age of 21, Dorothy was united in marriage to Clarence J. Fournier and together the couple made their home and raised their family and spent their entire life in Rock. Throughout Dorothy

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    We’re so sorry to hear of Dorothy’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Jim and Judy Maybank
    Cheboygan, MI


    Very sorry to hear about your loss. Both Steve and I send our condolences. I am also very, very sorry that I will be unable to attend the Mass and gathering afterwards. Since our tournament is days away, attendance in class is manditory; otherwise I would be there for the Mass. You and your family will be in my prayers. Will send for Mass thru the church office.


    Diane Kribs-Mays
    Rock, MI

    To Mary Trombly & Family: We’re truly and deeply sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.

    Marty & Patti Gieszer
    Rapid River, MI

    Bev, Mary and Family, Your dear Dorothy has brought such joy to my Dad, Lawrence Wils, and me and our family…such special times and memories we have! I know you thought my Dad was sent by and angel and am so glad you told me….because we thought your Mom was sent by an angel as well!! Yes, playing cards for hours, eating at Rock Senior Center, grocery shopoing, out to restaurants, visiting family, watching deer and turkeys and going for rides are a few favorite pasttimes! I’m so glad we got to share in Dorothy’s birthday party at Bishop Noah’s last October. That was so special. I will hold all of you in my thoughts, prayers, and heart.

    Take Care, Barbara

    Barbara Royer
    Portales, NM

    Aunt Dorothy was a very special lady. I recently was able to apend time with her for six weeks while she was living at the Bishop Noa Home in Escanaba, during my nursing clinics, and she was always so happy and a delight to be near. This is the way that I wish to remember her, as a sweet, devoted catholic who was alsways smiling. I’m sure that God has blessed her and my prayers will follow!

    Millie McNally
    Rock, MI

    Bev and family, I was so sorry to hear about your moms’ death. I loved your mom’ sense of humor. She was a beautiful lady. I will keep you in my prayers.

    Fran Lindstrom
    Austin, MN

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