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Lancaster, Dorothy “Dot”

Lancaster, Dorothy “Dot”

January 28, 1923 — August 29, 2020

Dorothy “Dot” Lancaster, 97, passed away August 29, 2020 at Villages of Jackson Creek in Independence, MO. Dorothy was born January 28, 1923 to Henry and Vana Lewis in Alapaha, GA. Dorothy worked for Buttonwood Tree for 16 years. From 1983 to 2013, she worked for Yarco Co. in Waco, TX and Gardner, KS. Dorothy is survived by her sons: Tom (Sharon) of Chipley, FL and Henry (Marilyn) of Independence; 4 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; and her nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Leonard; son Michael; granddaughter Stephanie; and sisters: Maudie and Pauline.

Visitation 6-8PM, Friday, September 4 at Park Lawn, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; private burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a memorial contribution be made to Tri-City Baptist Church, 430 NE Duncan Rd., Blue Springs, MO 64014.

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Visitation 6-8PM, Friday, September 4 at Park Lawn, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; private burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a memorial contribution be made to Tri-City Baptist Church, 430 NE Duncan Rd., Blue Springs, MO. 64014

Lancaster, Dorothy “Dot”'s Guestbook

I was fortunate enough to call your mother years ago, Aunt Dot, she gave me permission, when I kept asking her if she would adopt me. No doubt, she was as kind of a woman you could ever meet.

Scott DuPre

sorry for your loss heaven gained another angel

kenneth lee

Henry, I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I never knew her name was Dorothy. Same as mine. She looks like a fun person to know. You were very blessed to have her for so long. Thinking of your family. Katy Nolen O'Dowd

katy Odowd

My friend Dot was such a very dear, special lady.I knew her from the Gardens at Jackson Creek, we had coffee together most mornings. She loved and was proud of her family. I really don't think she had a mean bone in her body, she always stayed so positive about everything and everyone, I have missed her so much. Dot, I will see you in heaven one of there days and we can ask Jesus if He wants to have coffee with us. Love You Ilene

Ilene Allen

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