Let the memory of Dorothy be with us forever
  • 78 years old
  • Born on November 26, 1932 .
  • Passed away on November 4, 2011 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dorothy Kahler 78 years old , born on November 26, 1932 and passed away on November 4, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Cori Davis-Kahler on November 4, 2014
We lost you on this day in 2011...there isn't a day that goes by that you are not thought of. Your laughter is a constant memory and a gift that will live with us forever. Miss you Dotster! xoxo
Posted by Ken Kahler on November 26, 2011
To what would have been Mom's 79th birthday...Love and miss you Mom.
Posted by Brittany Boo on November 4, 2011
I will never forget the nights we painted each others toe nails, the hours we spent coloring and playing "golf", the trips to Webster Lake. I will never forget the German phrases, the time spent talking while you cooked, getting "sick" every Thursday during the 2nd grade so I could go bowling with you. I will never forget your love & devotion for family, God, and the Bronco's. I love you.
Posted by Trisha Whittaker on November 4, 2011
Her laugh..... Her smile..... The way she loved us.
Posted by Vicki Kahler on November 4, 2011
So many memories to share it's hard to know where to start. Dorothy teaching me to make streudel, chipedek and potato soup and trying to duplicate her cucumber salad. Dorothy was the best at always taking lemons and making lemonade. The way she winked at you when she was teasing, and the way she always laughed. Her love will always be forever in my heart.
Posted by Debbie Evans on November 4, 2011
My sweet aunt Dorothy...being my Godmother, she always had a special place in my heart. I remember her always saying "doup a souf" means "you look out", and shaking her finger at you and laughing....I loved her hugs and kisses, and her beautiful sense of humor. She will be missed by so many...I love you Aunt Dorothy!!!!
Posted by Courtney Kerls on November 4, 2011
I will always remember Aunt Dorthy as the sweetest and gentle woman. She had the biggest heart and the most beautiful smile. I always loved going over to her house and spending time with her and Uncle Sunny. She has always held a special place in my heart and I will never forget her. RI.I.P Aunt Dorthy I love you and miss you dearly.
Posted by Trisha Whittaker on November 4, 2011
Random things are popping in my mind. Silly. Her hotdogs for the Bronco's games. I never ate anyone else's. I haven't had a hotdog since the last time we were all at a Bronco game together over 10 years ago. Our trip to Vail when my mom in the hospital. Spearmint gum. How she drove w both feet, one on gas, one on the brake. Our quirky sense of humor. Silly things that make me miss her. :(
Posted by Cori Davis-Kahler on November 4, 2011
Dotster...her laughter, the way she grabbed your face with both of her hands, pucker up & kiss you right on the mouth. The way she laughed and slapped your knee all the while saying "kid, oh kid that is so funny", the way she shook her head and looked straight into your eyes making sure you knew you had her undivided attention...how she put dill in everything...I love you dot...thank you.

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