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In Memory

Dorothy Rojs - Class Of 1969

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  BRITT, Dorothy M. "Dottie" (nee Rojs), of Williamstown, on Friday, August 21, 2009 at her home with her family at her side after a long fought battle with pancreatic cancer. Age 58 years. Beloved wife of Bill Britt. Loving daughter of Dorothy Rojs (nee Dowell) and the late Frank Rojs. Devoted mother of Sean Britt and Brian (Shannon) Britt. Loving grandmother of Jacob, Johnathan and Shyanne. Dear sister of Franny (Dennis) McKane, Cindy (Stanley) Morrison and Mark Rojs. Dear sister-in-law of Christine (Mike) Mohan, Joe (Donna) Britt, Bob (Donna) Britt and Mary Kay Boyle. Loving aunt of numerous nieces and nephews. Born in Camden, raised in Lindenwold, Dottie lived in Stratford for 26 years, before moving to Williamstown in 2006. Dottie will be deeply missed by her many friends especially the Audubon Birthday Girls and her Acme Associates. She enjoyed going to the beach, dancing and spending time with her grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing on Wednesday evening 5:00-7:00 PM at St. Mary's Church, Our Lady of Peace Parish, Main St. & Carroll Ave., Williamstown. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 7:00 PM. Interment private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Pancreatica.org, 149 Bonifacio Place, Monterey, CA 93940 and/or Vitas Hospice Care, 521 Fellowship Road, Suite 110, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054. Arrangements are under the direction of the BELL-HENNESSY FUNERAL HOME, Williamstown. Condolences and memories may be shared online @ www.bell-hennessy.com
 

 

 
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08/25/09 02:17 AM #1    

Sandy Burke (Collison) (1969)

My dear, sweet friend, Dottie.
My thoughts of you are many....but with one constant.....your kindness. You always had a kind word for everyone. You always turned the conversation around, to the other person. You were blunt, when asking personal questions...but that's why I loved you. I was never offended at your questions. All through the 6 years at ORHS...I remember you as kind, funny and ALWAYS smiling. I don't think I ever saw you, with a straight face. My heart is broken, over your passing Dottie dear. (you always called me "Sandy dear.") My only comfort is, that your pain is gone. You made such an impact on so many people....your legacy will live on....your bravery...your courage.
I will miss you my dear Dottie...my friend. Be at peace...and watch over us....all of us who love and miss you dearly.

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