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Dorothy Davis

Dorothy Margaret Davis (Ollmann)

Wednesday, May 15th, 1929 - Monday, March 2nd, 2020
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Davis, Dorothy Margaret (nee Ollmann),
Peacefully, at Telfer Place, Paris, on Monday March 2, 2020, formerly of Canning and Princeton in her 91St year.
Her Faith kept her going. She was very active in Sacred Heart Church in Princeton and Sacred Heart Church in Paris. Dorothy was a member of the CWL since she was 16 years old. She volunteered many hours at St. Francis School helping with prayers and music. She lived for music; it soothed her soul. She led and sang in many choirs throughout the years. She spent most of her married life on the farm and along with her husband Dennis raised 5 Children. They grew sweet corn and was known on the Toronto Wholesale Market as the “Corn Lady.” Mom looked after driving the big truck loaded with corn to the market. She loved children and helped many children in the community who were in need. She spent a lifetime volunteering in the church, in the community and with her family.
Beloved wife of the late Dennis (2012) for 63 years; loved Mom to Barry (Debbie) of Belle Ewart, Mary Ann Bell (Warren) of Burford, Bob (Mary Jane) of Canning, Sally Dillabough (Don) of Paris, and Teresa Alvarez (Joe) of Waterloo; cherished grandma to Chris (Joan) Davis, Tara (Matt) Davis, Matt (Amy) Davis, Mike (Kassandra) Henderson, Dale (Kristi) Henderson, Brad (Chantal) Davis, Stephanie (Chad) Pottruff, Jeremy (Tabitha) Davis, Corey (Emily) Davis, Emma (Derek) Ens, Thomas, Madelyn, Riley, and Ben; and great grandma to Paige, Brianna, Tiffany, Nathan, J.J., Kai, Cameron, Ella, Summer, Jasper, Skyler, Oliver, Pierson, a baby girl on the way, Adley, Riker and Henry.; dear sister to Roberta Davis and sister in law to Georgina Zimmerman. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. She will be missed by Terry Pokoj-Cassidy (Tom).
Predeceased by her infant twins, a grandson DJ (1981), a granddaughter Chelsea (2017), a son in law Don Henderson (2009), and 9 brothers and sisters.
Friends may call at the Wm. Kipp Funeral Home, 184 Grand River St. N. Paris, on Friday March 13, 2020 from 2-4 & 7-9PM. Prayers will be recited on Saturday at 10:15 AM followed by transfer to Sacred Heart RC Church for Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 with Father Joseph Okoko celebrant. Interment Princeton Cemetery. Following the burial all are welcomed to Princeton Centennial Hall for a reception.
In Lieu of Flowers, donations to Don Henderson Memorial Bursary (Mohawk College) or Chelsea Alvarez Memorial Award would be appreciated. Online condolences and donations may be arranged through www.wmkippfuneralhome.com or by contacting WM. KIPP 519 442 3061
Special Thanks to the PSW's at Telfer Place Lodge and LTC. A special thank you to Sheila her long-time PSW and Friend.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, March 13th, 2020 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    When
    Friday, March 13th, 2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Location
    Wm. Kipp Funeral Home
    Address
    184 Grand River Street North
    PARIS, ON N3L 2N1
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  • Second Visitation

    Friday, March 13th, 2020 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    When
    Friday, March 13th, 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm
    Location
    Wm. Kipp Funeral Home
    Address
    184 Grand River Street North
    PARIS, ON N3L 2N1
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  • Service

    Saturday, March 14th, 2020 | 10:30am
    When
    Saturday, March 14th, 2020 10:30am
    Location
    Sacred Heart R.C. Church
    Address
    17 Washington St.
    PARIS, ON
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    Officiant
    Father Joseph Okoko
  • Interment

    Location
    Princeton Cemetery
    Address
    PRINCETON, ON N0J 1V0
  • Reception

    Location
    Princeton Centennial Hall
    Address
    35 Main St. S
    PRINCETON, ON N0J 1V0
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Heidi Pfleger

Posted at 09:44am
Dear Teresa, Sally, Mary Ann, Bob, Barry and family,
I was very sorry to hear that your mom passed away. I have so many fond memories of her and I know that my life was enriched because of her. Dorothy certainly held strong to her faith and her family and, despite her busy-ness, she always made time to help out wherever else she could. I don’t know where she found the time to do all that she did! I well remember hours spent in the choir loft at Sacred Heart with both her and Val. I also enjoyed the many sleepovers I had and recall how warmly welcomed I always was. I fondly remember the Friday sleepovers when your dad would sip his drink, rock in his rocking chair and ask me all kinds of questions while your mom made another one of her Friday fish dinners. No matter how busy your mom was, she always made time to show her kindness and to make me feel that I was loved. I am especially thankful that our parents were able to enjoy a friendship that spanned over many decades. We’ve all been blessed because of that. - Heidi
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John Pfleger

Posted at 08:38am
So sorry for your loss. She was always very nice to me.
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Christine Howes

Posted at 12:51pm
Dear Dorothy was one of my favourite clients at Telfer. I did her cleaning and laundry for a number of years. But she wasn’t just a client, she became my friend. As anyone who has met Dorothy knows you can’t help falling in love with such a beautiful soul. She was kind to everyone and always saw the good in everyone she met. A true Christian. She had a strong faith and a love for her family. She had the greatest sense of humour. When her tap broke and flooded her little kitchenette you’d think she’d be angry but instead she weathered it and we had a laugh about it as we cleared out her cupboards. She was an avid knitter and kept her hands busy knitting for children in need of warmth. Nothing slowed her down. When she had to give up driving she gave her car to a family member. She never complained or spent any time wallowing on what was wrong, she only ever thanked her blessings. I was privileged to see Dorothy every two weeks. She kept her apartment pristine. However the lady bugs and her bed were a constant concern. She was inundated with the lady bugs in spring. I think at one visit I vacuumed a 100 lady bugs. They were even in her bed, which had to be made perfectly. She had the most beautiful bedding which her family made sure she had no shortage of. There were many Tuesday’s all about the bed and the lady bugs. Inevitably Dorothy moved to assisted living and my service ended. However, I always looked for her and would sometimes go to her new lodgings to say hi. We always hugged and caught up but eventually I’d see her less and less and she wouldn’t always remember me. However, it never stopped her from hugging me and giving me that smile that makes your day, the kind only Dorothy could give. She was a gift to everyone who had the privilege of knowing her. Whether you were a neighbour, a cleaning lady or a stranger in passing. Your life had sunshine in it if you knew or met Dorothy.
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