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Dorothy E. Bloomster
05/27/1911 — 05/12/2001
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Shanagolden, Wisconsin
Dorothy E. Bloomster
Dorothy E. Bloomster, 89, of Richland, passed away May 12, 2001 at Kadlec Medical Center in Richland. Dorothy was born on May 27, 1911, in Shanagolden, Wisconsin, to William and Julia Pearson Wilson. She lived in Superior, WI from 1913 until 1937. She married Clarence H. Bloomster Honey on November 2, 1929. They moved to Detroit in 1937 and then to Ferndale, MI in 1942 where they raised two sons. Dorothy moved from Ferndale to Richland in 1967 upon the death of her husband. Dorothy did volunteer work for Meals on Wheels and the Senior Chore Service for 10 years. She was a devoted grandmother who helped raise several grandchildren. Dorothy is survived by her sons ClarenceTona in Pasco, and Donald Pat, Portland, OR; granchildren: Wayne, Chicago; Keith Kathy, Sandy, UT; Janet Greg DeMeritt, Santa Barbara, CA; Timothy and Matthew, Richland; Mark Becky, Estacada, OR; John Sue, Mosier, OR; KarenSteven, Portland; Brian Karen, Tigard, OR; Joanna Jim Nye, Salem, OR; and step-grandchildren Neil Ronda Hoopingarner, Everett, WA, and Jill Vern WaIters, Kennewick, and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence, daughter-in-Iaw, Betty, three sisters and two brothers, parents, and step-father Louis
Eimon. The family would like to thank the staff at Alterra Wynwood for their caring and kindness over the past four years. Graveside funeral services will be held on Tuesday, May 15, 2001, at 1 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Richland. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the charity of your choice.
Mother – you will be missed by your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. You were a wonderful mother, may you rest in His eternal security.
Love Pat and Don
Tona & Clem:
Having lost a family member recently; I can empathize with the feelings and thoughts you must be experiencing at this time.
I would like to express my condolences to you both and your family.
Great Grandma-I know I didn’t get to see you very much. I just hope you are happy where you are up there with Him. You tried your best to stay here with your friends and family. I LOVE YOU!