Dorothy Lee Hershman Haller

December 29, 1921 - August 1, 2023
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Dorothy Lee Hershman Haller, age 101, a resident of Tacy Community, Philippi, passed away at her childhood home on Tuesday August 1, 2023 surrounded by loved ones and under the care of Mountain Hospice. She was born December 29, 1921 at Philippi, WV.  She was a daughter of the late Lorenzo Lee and Blanche (Freeman)Continue Reading

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Margie Bennett left a message on August 7, 2023:
Susan, I'm so sorry to hear of Dorothy's passing. Dorothy was a very sweet lady. She and I had some good talks together. She liked her horse racing show. We would watch it together and she would tell me all about it and her experiences while living in Maryland. I will miss her. If you need anything, you know how to reach me. Love and prayers 🙏
Amy Mick left a message on August 7, 2023:
Sending my condolences to her family and wonderful caregivers! I had the honor of knowing Dorothy and doing her hair for several years. She was a wonderful lady that I grew to love. R.I.P Dorothy
Charlene Dillon left a message on August 5, 2023:
Sending love an prayers for the loss of such a prescious lady ..I didn't really get to know her ..but the shirt time I had to work for her will be a memory never forgotten ..thanks to you all for allowing me the honor to be a part of ms Dorithys caretaking ..GOD BLESS YOU ALL ..😇😇😇😇
Gina Stewart and Grey Marsh left a message on August 4, 2023:
We are sorry for your loss. It was a joy to listen to Dorothy and her sister, Betty, share stories of their life growing up. They were both gems who will be greatly missed, until we meet again one day. Our thoughts and prayers will continue for Susan, the family and home health care workers. May God give you the peace and comfort you need moving forward and only the joyful memories that will bring you smiles, laughter and healing. With Love, Grey Marsh and Gina Stewart
Jerry and Janet Nixon left a message on August 3, 2023:
So sorry to hear about Dorothy's passing, our prayers are with the family🙏♥️
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Valerie Elaine Marsh Lacaria left a message on August 2, 2023:
Aunt Dorthalee was always happy and smiling, spreading kindness and thoughtfulness wherever she went. I have very fond memories of her and Uncle Bill. She loved all of us kids as if we were her own. She was my Great Aunt, but she would play with us, bring us little things and was just a joy to be around. We would "go to the country" in Barbour County, many weekends to spend time having picnics and just being together with the ones we loved. Many thanks to her caregivers but most of all to my cousin Susan Bly Marsh. She has watched over the last 2 sisters Betty & Dorothy as a mother would her own children. She has made sure they always had what they needed and lovingly helped them in their Golden Years. Be at peace Aunt Dorothy, we will miss you.
Laurie Austin left a message on August 2, 2023:
Dorothy was an amazing person!! Always a daredevil, with her sister Betty by her side as kids... Never afraid to try anything new!! She had a wonderful life with her loving husband Bill.. They were both so happy with everything they did together and with Family..My sisters and brother, we were so blessed to have known them, and to listen to all the Family stories.. Dorothy lived her life to the fullest...with her loving Family by her side for many years...she was blessed to have her lifelong friend, her Sister Betty, for many wonderful years.. Her Niece, Susan always cared for both Betty and Dorothy, Noone could have had a better caretaker..and Linda and Mary brought Dorothy much comfort and joy... I am proud to have known Dorothy and glad that she is at peace...back with all of her loved ones... Valerie, Tammy and Laurie (Marsh)
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