Mrs. Dorothy Arnold Rogers, age 95, passed away Saturday October 29, 2016 at Johnson City Medical Center.
Mrs. Rogers was a Washington County native, born in Bowmantown, and the daughter of the late William Franklin and Bertha Mae Ball Arnold. She was also preceded in death by her husband Albert “Ab” Rogers, son Curt Arnold Rogers and brothers, Fred and Ben Arnold.
She was a devoted daughter, faithful wife, a nurturing mother, a proud grandmother, great grandmother, great-great grandmother, caring supporting neighbor, dedicated church member and a devout Christian. She had a big heart, a Big smile and a big laugh. She loved gardening and growing beautiful flowers. She had a love of crocheting and made many baby afghans and doilies as gifts; many people she loved will always have those treasures to remind them of her.
Mrs. Rogers was a member of Bowmantown Baptist Church until marrying and moving to Fairview community in 1953 where she attended and was member of Fairview United Methodist Church until her death.
Survivors include her daughter Gail Rogers Archer and husband Kenny, granddaughters, Kristy Loflin and husband Tom, Kelly Daniel, and Jana Archer; great grandchildren Jessica Loflin, Cason Byrd, Haven Daniel, and Marley Daniel; great-great grandchild Rylan Quinn Byrd and her mother Stacey Reed.
Funeral services for Mrs. Rogers will be 7:00 pm Thursday November 3, 2016 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Rev. Mick Funderburg officiating. The family will receive friends from 5:00-7:00 pm Thursday prior to the service.
Graveside will be conducted 11:00 am Friday November 4, 2016 at Fairview Cemetery with Rev. Sarah Wells officiating.
Pallbearers will be Steve Campbell, Tim Campbell, Ralph Fulkerson, Jr., Terry Hale, Tom Loflin, Jim Ed Miller, and Mark Shelton.
The family would like to give a special thank you to Cornerstone Village South and Dr. David Freemon for his excellent care for over thirty years.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Beth Deakins Delaney
|Your Mom made a beautiful baby afghan for my daughter and we still have it. Your Mom was so kind and generous. I'm so sorry for your loss. |
||Linda Winegar Greenwell
|Gail and family....your mother was such a precious and special
lady. I have many wonderful memories of her and your dad as
I was growing up. Your mom has gotten her heavenly reward
and cannot imagine her joy joining your dad and brother and
her precious mom. Many prayers for you as you walk through
this difficult time. God bless|
|Gail I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom. I was fortunate
enough to meet this special lady and help care for her. She
was a special and precious sweetheart that I loved to sit and
talk with . Thank you for allowing me the honor to cross paths
with her. To Lil Dot.... I will never forget you or all the laughs
that we shared.... I love you!|
||Rose Ann Keebler Fleenor
|My thoughts and prayers are with you and family, hugs|
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