Dorothy M. Hadley
November 3, 1933 – August 21, 2021
Preceded in death by husband, Dr. Richard A. Hadley. Survived by daughter, Sheryl Babcock (George); son, Richard M. Hadley (Jen); five grandchildren: Georgia (Taylor), George (Madison), Ranier, Sarah, and Noah; one great-grandchild, Rowan.
VISITATION: Friday, August 27th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. FUNERAL SERICE: Saturday, August 28th at 10am, West Center Chapel. Interment, Evergreen Memorial Park. Memorials are suggested to Children’s Respite Care Center.
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Dorothy was such a special friend. She will be missed so much. Our condolences to all of the family.
I’m so very sorry for your loss. Your Mom was one of the kindest & most considerate people I have ever known. She was my aunt, my Godmother and my friend. Her kindness touched so many. She spoke so lovingly of her family; her children, grandchildren and little Rowan. She was considerate of other people’s feelings & did anything to try to make their day better, whether it be a Christmas gift for the woman at the grocery store checkout or other similar places. I sure her baklava is famous throughout the Midwest. She enjoyed making it & giving it probably more than people enjoyed eating it (which is unbelievable). That was just the kind of person my Aunt Dorothy was. Her passing has left a hole in our hearts which over time I hope will heal with the warm memories of her love. I’m so sorry for your loss. Please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences.
We are sorry for your loss. May wonderful memories bless you all!
Dorothea has always accepted me and she has always made be laugh and the world will be a little less interesting without her in it❤️❤️❤️
We went to college together and stayed close friends ever since. She was the best of friends and the best of people. Heaven will love you as much as we do.
I am sorry for the loss that her family and mine at this time.
Dorothy I always enjoyed talking to you. I know you keep your family ties tight and that is a great thing. You will be missed by so many. Bless you. Love and thaoughts for all of you suffering the loss.
I saw the notice of your mother’s death in the paper today. I just had to send you my sympathies. I don’t know if you remember; but I used to babysit fir you in the late 60’s. I remember you as Sherry and Richie. We would take walks down to Dairy Queen and your two Siamese cats watched me carefully. Ha! My name was Barb Martin. I remember your mom as a truly lovely person. She was very kind and was “proper” in her manner.. I will say a prayer for you and your families. God Bkess you all. Barb
So sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother, Grandmother, and Mother-in Law.
Please know that you all will be in our prayers. Isaiah 26:3