Timothy Charles Dotson

18 junio , 19444 octubre , 2021

Timothy C. Dotson, 77, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, passed away peacefully on Monday, October 4, 2021, at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City.

He was born June 18, 1944, the son of Ben L. Dotson and Gloria L. Dotson. Tim graduated from Ruskin High School in 1962. He worked as a Materials Manager at Sanofi Aventis (the former Marion Labs) in Kansas City for 30 years until his retirement in 2007.

He is survived by his sons Laine & wife Lisa, Scott & wife Tina and grandchildren Jared, Brett, Courtney, Brooke, Rachel, Victoria, Bridget and Emily.

A mass of christian burial for Timothy will be held Thursday, October 7, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Christ the King Catholic Church, 8510 Wornall Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64114. Following the mass of christian burial will be a graveside service from 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM at Mount Moriah Cemetery South, 10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64131.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Dotson family.


  • Mass of Christian Burial

    jueves, 7 octubre , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    jueves, 7 octubre , 2021


Timothy Charles Dotson


Wendy Mead

6 octubre , 2021

I saw Tina’s post today about your dad. So sorry to hear. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers!

Ronald Reynolds

6 octubre , 2021

Scott -

I never had the pleasure of meeting your father, but if you and your brother are any reflection of him, he must have been a fine man.

Please accept the condolences of the Reynolds family for your loss.

Semper Fi - Ron and Ann Reynolds


6 octubre , 2021

Although, I worked with Tim for 15 years, my best and most endearing memories, was our monthly lunches together at Summit Hickory Pit BBQ in Lee's Summit. We ate together for about the same amount of time we worked together, almost 15 years. Our last lunch was in July, but we talked several times the last couple of months while he was under going his surgeries. He has had back pain for quite a while, even as we had our lunches.
It was always the same with Tim. SMOKED BRISKET! EVERY TIME. NO DEVIATION. BRISKET, COLD SLAW, AND BEANS INSTEAD OF FRIES! OH, and I can't forget the Bud Light with a lime. No glass.
Stories at the table seemed to be repeated I don't know how many times.
But Tim's most endearing quality was his willingness to do anything for you at anytime and place. HE WAS A CREATURE OF HABIT, THRIFTY BEYOND THRIFTY, AND STUBBORN AS A MULE! BUT HE WAS ALSO ONE OF THE NICEST AND GENEROUS GUYS YOU WOULD EVER WANT YO MEET!
May you finally rest in peace!