Kathryn Dorothy Sutherland “Dorothy Brown, Cain”, 79, of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on September 10th, 2013

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Kathryn Dorothy Sutherland “Dorothy Brown, Cain”, 79, of Lombard died Sunday September 8, 2013 at Oak Trace in Downers Grove.

Dottie was born on June 18, 1934 in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Walter and Muriel (Lance) Sutherland.

Dottie is survived by her three daughters, Cynthia (Tom) Cuppernell, Kathy Sue Porter and Nanci (Cyd) O’Sullivan; one son, George (Sandy) Alan Brown, seven grandchildren, Charles, Sophia and Melissa Porter, Rebecca and Victoria Cuppernell, and Michael and Amanda Brown, and six great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, and one sister.

Dottie was a resident of Lombard, IL for over 20 years and a resident of Downers Grove for over 20 years.  She graduated from Simmons College in Boston with a degree in Business. She worked as an Administrative Assistant in various capacities in the Law and Educational fields. She was also was very active with the Cavalry Church newsletter for a number of years.

A visitation will be held at Brust Funeral Home in Lombard on Thursday, September 12 from 4 to 8 p.m.  Funeral services will be held at Calvary Episcopal Church in Lombard on Friday, September 13 at 10:30 a.m. followed by a brief service at the cemetery.

 

8 Comments so far ↓

  1. Deacon Tom Smith says:

    May the angels lead you home, Dottie.
    Please say “Hello” to Hope for me and tell her we miss her very much but are doing OK.

  2. Patti Grobe says:

    Rest in Peace, my sweet friend — you will be missed!

  3. Penny Latko says:

    God be good to her sweet soul!

  4. Jensby Family says:

    “…Well done, thy good and faithful servant …” (Matt 25:23).

    I enjoyed teasing Dottie by calling her “Walter Cronkite” because she always had her hand (and heart) on the news of Calvary whether through her e-mail updates or the Crossroads monthly newsletter. If you had a question about someone or something at Calvary, you just knew to ask Dottie.

    Just an absolutely delightfully, wonderfully FUN person—just a “hoot” !

    GOD BLESS YOU, Dottie—you are sorely missed ! Love, The Jensby’s

  5. Gladys Smith says:

    Rest in peace, Dottie. You will be missed a lot at Calvary.

  6. Sandy Watts Wolgemuth says:

    Dottie, you were a great neighbor in Lombard and a great friend. Cindy loved you dearly and now you two are together having fun again in heaven. Thank you for kindly looking out for Rich and Joyce all these years.

    We will miss you very much,
    Sandy, Jim and Leela Wolgemuth

  7. Nancy Wilson says:

    Rest in peace my dear sister and friend . I love you. Say ‘Hi’ to Jim. I’ll see you someday. I’ll miss you.

    Nancy

  8. Carmen says:

    I would like to express my deepest condolences. I have experienced losing a loved one in death and I know very little can ease the pain. My family and I have found comfort in Jehovah God’s promises that soon our loved ones will be brought back to life. Yes, at Isaiah 26:19, the Bible States “your dead ones will live again. They will awake and cry out joyfully. ” I hope this brief thought can bring you a measure of comfort in this difficult time.

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