Dorothy Lorraine "Dottie" McKenna Stoner
”1928 - 2015”

    Dorothy Lorraine "Dottie" McKenna Stoner

    "We are touched by Angels
    walk where angels tread.
    They will guard and guide us
    through the days ahead.
    In times of sorrow,
    as in the days of joy,
    they bring us hope and comfort
    nothing can destroy.
    In the hours of darkness,
    when our dreams have flown
    they bring us peace and healing.
    We are not alone
    through times of doubting,
    still they understand.
    We are touched by angels,
    walking hand in hand."

      Dorothy Lorraine "Dottie" McKenna Stoner
      86, of Seneca, died at 11 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, at her home.
      She was born March 9, 1928, in St. Louis, Mo.,
      but spent her childhood in Oklahoma City, Okla., until the age of 14,
      when her mother passed away. She then moved to Seneca,
      where her aunt and uncle raised her and her siblings.
      Dottie spent the first part of her married life in Tulsa, Okla.,
      where she worked at J.T. Ryerson for 11 years. She moved back to Seneca,
      in March of 1959, where she spent the remainder of her years as a homemaker.
      Dorothy was known as "Dot" or "Dottie" to her friends and
      was nicknamed "Gemo" by her grandchildren.
      Gemo was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother,
      and great-grandmother. She always put her family first.
      She loved cooking for her family, playing games and hosting family
      get-togethers. She was loved so deeply by her family and
      friends and will always be missed.
      Dottie married Paul E. Stoner, on Aug. 24, 1946,
      who preceded her in death August 29, 1994.
      She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Theresa Stoner; a brother,
      Bob McKenna; and a grandson, Benjamin Fritchey.
      Survivors include a son, Tim Stoner and wife, Karen, of Joplin; a daughter,
      Tammy Fritchey and husband, Denny, of Seneca; eight grandchildren
      and five great-grandchildren.
      Services are under direction of Campbell Biddlecome Funeral Home, Seneca, Mo.
      Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
      Jan. 17, at Campbell Biddlecome Chapel.
      Resource:census,, find a, Campbell Biddlecome Funeral Home

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