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Brown, Dorothy May

Posted: Mon 8:17 AM, Nov 06, 2017
Funeral Home: Roberts Funeral Home - East Lawn Chapel, Marietta
Dorothy May {Frame} Brown, 96, of Marietta, Ohio passed away Thursday, November 2, 2017.

Dorothy was born May 17, 1921 in New Brighton, PA to the late Ida Belle {Kinkade} and George Clayton Frame.

Dorothy was very active in her church and served as a trustee in Norwood United Methodist Church, past president of American Legion Aux. Dexter City, OH, former 4-H advisor, Heart Sunday Chairman American Legion Aux. Post 64. Dorothy retired after working 14 years with the Washington County Home Nursing Service.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years Vernon Leland Brown.

Dorothy is survived by her four children Larry Brown and wife Shirley {Stephens} Brown of Galloway, OH, Vernon Brown of Grove City, OH, Rita A. {Brown} Lutz and husband Donald Lutz of Horseshoe Bay, TX, Barbara A. {Brown} Oliver and husband Dennis Oliver of Pflugersville, TX. Dorothy had 8 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren. Her 3 brothers Ken Joenks, George Frame and Glenn Frame are deceased as well as her sisters Margaret {Frame} Bowersock and Alice {Frame} Kent.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 8 at 2 PM at Roberts Funeral Home – East Lawn Chapel, 27880 State Route 7, Marietta 45750.

Family and friends may call from 1 PM until the time of the service.

Burial will be at East Lawn Memorial Park.

Online condolences may be made at www.RobertsFuneralHome.com.

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