1925 – 2010
Dayville – Dorothy E. (Wittke) Moore, 85, formerly of Hartford Pike, Dayville, died Saturday, November 6, 2010 in Regency Heights of Norwich. She was the loving wife of the late John Moore, Sr. Born in Manchester CT, she was the daughter of the late Henry “Hans” and Margaret (Zanis) Wittke.
Mrs. Moore enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and crocheting.
Dorothy is survived by her sons, John Moore and his wife Brenda of Enfield, CT, William Moore and his wife Robin of Clarksville, TN, and Gary Moore and his wife Loretta of Coventry; her daughter, Margaret Slattery and her husband Dan of Florida; 13 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Services will be private. Gilman Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. For memorial guestbook, please visit www.GilmanAndValade.com.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to “Relay for Life – American Cancer Society” PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718.
I’m sorry grandma that i couldn’t be there and i wish i was….I miss you and love you sooo much and you will always be in my thoughts and prayers, also you will always be with us no matter where we are and i’m happy that you got to meet you baby great grandson and i will tell him all about the things mommy and great grandma did together i Love you grandma
RIP Grandma Moore. You will be forever missed and dearly loved.
Bill,Gary,John and Margaret,I am so sorry for the lossor your mom;she will never be forgotten.
Bill,Gary,John and Margaret, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom;she will never be forgotten
I am sorry, Sue, on the loss of your grandmother. It was wonderful meeting the rest of your family and learning just how small this world is. To Peggy, John, Bill & Gary and to all the spouses–I am very sorry for your loss. Sue, you did a great job on the meal. You’re the best.
mom may you rip i will miss you very much and i will alway be thinking of you i know your in good hands now love always
mom you were in my life for 25 yrs. you were another mom to me. we had alot of good times.you will be greatly missed. you will always be in my thoughts. love you!
Grandma your in our hearts forever i will always remember your stories, our walks, our rummy games, coffee , Your cookies, but most of all your hugs and kisses. My husband and my sons were blessed to know and love you. I’ll love you forever grandma i will miss you my memories will always keep you near. Uncle Bill, John, Gary, Aunt Peggy and mom, I’m sorry for our loss, she was a wonderful lady.
Pam and Family.
Grammy, I’ll miss you always. I’ll miss your baking, and doing puzzles together, and our talks. The blanket you made me will always remind me of your hug’s when I wrap it around me. Rest in peace Grandma.
Paula Sue LaPira
there will be a graveside service for dorothy 11/22/10 11:45 east cemetary manchester thank you for all your help and support