Dorothy Eva Liscomb
March 11, 1942 – January 8, 2021
Dorothy Liscomb passed away at home, surrounded by her family, on January 8, 2021.
She was born on March 11, 1942 in Boston Massachusetts and grew-up in Hamilton MA., until she met her first husband Alfred J. Guerriero in her early 20’s and moved to Phoenix Arizona with whom she had 8 children.
Dorothy lived a great life, full of love, happiness and family; she raised kids, raced horses and greyhounds for most of her life. She loved animals and had many horses, dogs, cats, birds, cows, goats and geese. She also enjoyed the outdoors planting flowers, gardening and just sitting outside enjoying a cup of coffee and a PB&J. Mom was always kind, generous, forgiving, and loving to everyone she met. She never said a bad word about anyone and she always cared about and thought about her family and friends. She wanted to give everyone the world and everything in it. Of course it goes without saying that mom also loved sports, especially FOOTBALL and her hometown team New England Patriots. However, she would root for any team her family loved. She would keep track of the Patriots, Cardinals, Broncos and Raiders every weekend.
Dot is survived by her seven children Lucille, JoAnn, Michelle, Alfred, John, Frances & Frank, 12 grandchildren Angelo, Kristi, Phillip, Desirae, Greg, Tyler, Heather, Billie, Jared Adam, Jaxson & Aniello and 8 great grandchildren. She also said she loved and would want us to mention Jared, Kayla, Connie, Glen, Lee, Charlotte and Otto, our neighbors Julio and family and the many others that spent time with her too.
Dorothy was preceded in death by two husbands Alfred J. Guerriero on August 14, 2005 and Donald G. Brown on October 5, 2017.
In addition to her parents and husbands, her sister Barbara, brother Edmund and grandson Jonathan and her oldest son Michael, preceded Dorothy in death.
Everyday she would say- “I am so happy that I am healthy and feel so good and I am blessed to be here!” She made it to 78 years old, she outlived her mom and dad, brothers and sister and husbands.
“Not bad old girl, not bad at all!”