Stevens & Grass Funeral Home

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Dorothy Pearl (Ballengee) Pritt

19 avril 19336 juillet 2020

Dorothy Pearl (Ballengee) Pritt est né(e) le 19 avril 1933 à Clayton, West Virginia et est décédé(e) le 6 juillet 2020 à Venice, Florida et il (elle) est confié(e) aux soins de Stevens & Grass Funeral Home.

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Dorothy Pearl (Ballengee) Pritt


Dee Dee Bivins Given

11 juillet , 2020

So very sorry to hear of the passing of Kenneth and Dot. They were two incredible human beings. I remember Dot as beautiful, kind and sweet with a wonderful laugh. Vickie and I were closest in age (third cousins), and were at Morris Harvey at the same time. Wonderful that pictures were shared with touching memories. Enjoyed the ones from Clayton that brought a smile and nice tears as I remember Uncle George and sweet Aunt Daisy that my Grandma loved so much. My deepest condolences to the entire family. Love, Dee Dee

Cathy Klingensmith

11 juillet , 2020

Aunt Dot was such a sweet, loving woman of God. My sincere condolences to all of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. This worlds loss was heavens gain. May your memories bring a smile. Love to all.

Colleen Buckner Fields

9 juillet , 2020

I am absolutely heartbroken:-( I lived next door to Dot and Kenny in Rand, I have great memories of the family including Mrs. Ballangee.
What a lovely lady Dot was! She was a fantastic Mother , her heart was gold. I have no words to ease the pain and loss your going thru, but the legacy she left is one to be proud of. Will always remember her smile..May Angels Watch over you Colleen

Bobby Ash

9 juillet , 2020

I grew up beside Mr and Mrs Pritt
I’m Rand. They were very special people to our family. We didn’t have much when we were kids Mr and Mrs Pritt always made sure we had what we needed and were always eager to help out. They took me to the town center mall for the first time in my life to take us Christmas gift shopping to make sure we had a Christmas that year. I was in charge of feeding Indie their dog when they went on vacation most every year. The world lost two beautiful people. May God bless the Pritt family.

Jeff Youell

9 juillet , 2020

Camping trips, youth group, church choir, whiffle ball games at the house... and always a genuine, excited love for Jesus... So many wonderful memories with Dottie and Ken and the whole family. All of us are better for having them in our lives. Thanks to the Lord.

Margaret Hambrick

9 juillet , 2020

Dot and Kenneth were such a part of the Clay family. Our Mom, Sirelda, and she were friends from childhood. Although Dot was technically Mom's niece, they were more like sisters. Our families had a lot of summer fun together in the Alderson area--fishing in Muddy Creek and having picnics. We will miss them both.

Margaret Clay Hambrick, Dan Clay, and Martha Clay Pettit

Scott Dunlap

9 juillet , 2020

We were neighbors on the same street for almost fifty years.Our thoughts and prayers are with the Pritt family.Great people.

Rebecca Brannon

8 juillet , 2020

Aunt Dottie always smiled! She cared for others with such lovingness.
She played the piano with such a gifted presence. I recall her playing for me in their home in Rand.
She will be missed but I know she is singing and playing the piano in heaven with the choir of angels.
Love to the family and prayers as the next few days, weeks and months unfold.
Becky, Chuck and family

Bob Pritt

8 juillet , 2020

Aunt Dot,
I know you are back again with Uncle Kenneth and the pain and suffering is over. You and Uncle Kenneth were a bright light for so many and lived the life that so many wish they could attain. God has called you home and there is no doubt met you with “ well done “ as you entered heaven’s gate. You raised four wonderful children and set the example that is so much needed today. God Bless you and Uncle Kenneth!!!

timothy skiles

8 juillet , 2020

What a sweet loving woman. She always was so nice loving words and always a smile.
She will be missed and I will always remember her love.