Dorothy always considered herself a strong right-wing Republican, with fundamentalist Christian beliefs and values. Frank and Dorothy were early members of the John Birch Society and had strong anti-communist beliefs, fueled by Frank’s encounters with the Russian Communist troops at the end of WWII, when they were “liberating” Eastern Europe.
Dorothy was preceded in death by her loving mother, Genneth Smith Murray; father, Harvey Murray; sisters Margaret Brooker and Helen Hume; loving husband, Frank and all his siblings Edith, Tom, George, Herbert, Alexander and Edna.
Dorothy is survived by four children, Frank D., Dorothy and husband Joe, Steven and John and his fiancee Catherine; grandchildren Corey and Wendy and Chris and Bethany; and a host of great-grandchildren.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Primrose Funeral Service, www.primrosefuneralservice.com.
Norman Transcript, Wednesday, March 20, 2013