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Lucille B. Dorr

January 11, 2012
Westfield Republican
BEMUS POINT — Lucille B. Dorr passed away on Monday, Dec. 26, 2011 after a long battle with Parkinson’s. Her final months were spent at Heritage Green Nursing Facility. She was born in Clarence, N.Y., to Irene and Irving W. Bald. Sister to the late Elton and Allan Bald. Also sister to the late Bernice Moyer of Amherst. Lucy attended Parker High of Clarence, N.Y., Class of 1949. She worked as a stencil artist at the Retailer Weekly. Then 18 years at William J. Keller Printing. Finishing her career in advertising at Faller, Klenk and Quinlain and retiring in 1986 to enjoy her many pastimes. Lucy was very multi-talented. She was a crafter, baker and home decorator. She loved to braid rugs, hook rugs, needlework, decorate her home and was a very accomplished calligrapher. Always loving to share her talents with all those that surrounded her. Lucy’s love of nature and the outdoors took her and her husband James J. Dorr to their final home in Chautauqua. Lucille and Jim were married 56 years. Their talents were reflected in each other and all the good times they shared. She was a wife, friend, aunt and mentor to all who knew her. She had a profound influence on everyone especially the children in her life. She touched many and was loved by all. Teaching everyone to love life, nature and all that is creative. Her laughter will ring forever in our hearts. Lucy is survived by her husband Jim and three nephews, Gary, Todd and Scott, and their families. A memorial service to celebrate Lucy’s life will be held at a later date. Arrangements are by the Freay Funeral Home, Mayville.

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