- 92 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 14, 1921
- Date of passing: Jan 30, 2014
|Her strength and love lives on through us.|
This memorial website was created in memory of our mother and grandmother, Dorothy Patchett Eby, 92, born on September 14, 1921 and passed away on January 30, 2014. Services will be held on February 22, 2014.
We invite you to explore this page take a moment and share a thought or tribute below. You may also share a story or memory of Dorothy by clicking on the "Stories" tab above.
To Post a Note, Tribute, or Memory: You will be prompted to either first register with this website or login via your Facebook account. Both are free and secure methods.
For those of you who were not aware, in addition to being recently published in "Evening Rounds", a devotional book published by Loma Linda University in December 2013, Grandma was just finishing writing her autobiography. Although she did not live to see its completion, we plan on adding an epilogue with comments from friends and loved ones. We would encourage you to share your memories of Grandmother with us. You may submit your comments, memories, or tributes here on this website or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Note: An obituary will be posted as soon as possible.
In lieu of flowers: A memorial fund has been created through the Pasco SDA Church. All contributions will benefit the Community Service land purchase.
The Video Tribute: The video tribute / slideshow from the Memorial Service may be seen on Vimeo at: https://vimeo.com/87645459
**FULL MEMORIAL SERVICE** To view the full memorial service that occurred on February 22, 2014, you may watch it here: https://vimeo.com/92430589
Thank you for celebrating Grandmother's life with us!
~ Richard C.B. Patchett
"Yes, a beautiful kind dear friend. Truly she was a light in this world. steve"
I want to relay my deep sympathy at the loss of Dorothy. Even though I knew her for only a few short months, she was the type of friend that is rare to find. She made me feel instantly welcome and included whenever she was around. I enjoyed listening to her interesting conversation, and I will miss that about her. She was kind and sincerely interested in all those around her, always asking about the well-being of others and inquiring what she could do to make them feel comfortable and happy. What a precious gift she gave to all of us. May God bring you peace as you mourn her loss.
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