Dorothy R Heier
October 28, 1927 – October 27, 2018
Dr. Dorothy R. Heier passed away one day shy of her 91st birthday on Saturday October 27, 2018. She was predeceased by her parents, Charles & Jessie (McCulloch) Heier, and brother, Charles and sister, Shirley. Dorothy is survived by her siblings, George Heier, Robert & Sally Heier, Ronald & Elaine Heier, and Isabell Heier also several nieces and nephews, special friends Diane & Herb Weber and caregivers, Donna Wells, Theresa Smith and Jean Hodge. Dorothy was a member of the Ogden Hillcrest United Methodist Church and was a Retired college professor. At Dorothy’s request there will be no public services and she will be laid to rest in the Forest Hills Cemetery in Dunmore, PA., at the convenience of her family.
Dorothy R Heier
February 19, 2019
I have many wonderful memories spent with Aunt Dorothy. I so enjoyed our family trips to New York state to visit with her and my extended family. She and her sister, my Aunt Isy, were so funny together and they laughed and joked a lot and made all of us laugh too. As a child I always looked forward to getting to play with her dog when there. She spoiled her dogs and I have grown up to be the same way. I always loved to see her genuine love and care of her pets. I also felt so proud sitting in church on Sundays when she would be the featured music for the day. She was just amazing standing up there in front of everyone confidently playing the trumpet the best I ever heard played. At Christmas she would give me awesome presents. I remember as a kid she gave me a Star Wars stuffed animal, as a teenager she found me a cool striped black and white sweater that I loved and wore a lot, and she always remembered my birthday all my life. I miss you Aunt Dorothy but I know you are in heaven with grandma and grandpa and I look forward to seeing you one day again.
Ron and Elaine Heier
November 9, 2018
Dot was a very caring and loving sister. We always enjoyed making the trip up to New York to visit her.
She always loved her dogs and would dress them up for the holidays. She loved her family a lot and loved to share a laugh.
Dot was a very hard worker. She worked her way through college, earning her doctorate degree in music.
She obtained employment as a professor and her students loved her.
We will miss her greatly.
Ron & Elaine Heier