Dorothy Washington

Dorothy Ann Washington

Thursday, November 19th, 1959 - Sunday, March 21st, 2021
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Beverly Jones

Posted at 02:53pm
My deepest and sincere condolences to the Washington family. My name is Beverly Anne Hammonds-Jones. I met Dorothy in 1976 when our schools were still being desegregated and we were all being bused to Shades Valley HS in Mountain Brook. She was from Roosevelt Elementary and I was from Lipscomb Elementary. The 1st day of school we met as we were all being escorted by state troopers into the building. Later that day we talked over lunch and discovered that her grandma lived across the street and 3 houses down from our house on Exeter Ave. for years. From then on, every Saturday she and sometimes Tanja Bender would stop by to visit. I remember that she and Val (Valerie Glover) met in typing class and they too remained friends until the day Val passed away and beyond. Theirs was a loving friendship for life. That was 45 years ago that we all met and we remained friends even across the miles. Many years, many friends, many memories, many tears and even more laughter shared over a lifetime will always be remembered and cherished. From Alabama to Boston to Alaska the memory of you and the kinship that we shared will always occupy a special place in my heart. You will be missed my dear friend.

Hal Allen

Posted at 04:17pm
Dorothy was a beautiful soul I was privileged to be a classmate of hers And always admired her intellect, kindness and positive outlook My condolences to her family and friends Sincerely Hal Allen

windey Rose

Posted at 09:11am
Hello family, I met Dorothy when I met her sister, my friend Marie. Dorothy always made me feel at home whenever I would visit their home. I remember one time I went to visit with Marie and her mother (Mrs. Washington), Dorothy, and Billy was sitting in the backyard enjoying a lovely summer day when me and Marie decide we walk around to front of the house to sit on the porch. As we started walking one of the dogs broke his chain and starting coming after us. Marie jumped up on the car, but I wasn't quick enough and the dog was upon me. Dorothy said in a soft voice:" Windey don't move. Be still, stay calm". So I did and the dog stop too. Dorothy called to him in her calm voice and he walked over to her like nothing had happened. She kept it all together. I spoke with Dorothy a few weeks back to ask for advice for a young friend of mines who didn't some help in the right direction. Dorothy really made a different for this young lady. Family, "Look to the LORD and his strength' seek his face always."
I will continue to pray for you all my family.

Love you all too,
Windey B. Rose
Leeds, Al.

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Posted at 03:40pm
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