Wilder Funeral Home

4890 South Suncoast Blvd, Homosassa, FL


Lorraine Janet Dingman

October 3, 1937September 8, 2020

Lorraine Janet Dingman, of Spring Hill, FL, passed away Tuesday September 8th. She was born October 3, 1937 in Bronx, NY.

Lorraine is preceded in death by her husband Clyde and brothers Paul and Hugh. She is survived by sons Ronald (Dawn), Peter (Janice) and Keith (Susan) and daughter Joanne; grandchildren Janet, Kristen, Tim, Deanna, Eric, Danica, Kyle, Craig and Jamie; great grandchildren Maryn, Jovanni, Anna, Madison, Jackson, Xander, Atlas and Alaina; sisters Jean, Alvina and Barbara; and many friends from her career at Mahopac Central School District and Arlington Central School District.

Lorraine loved nothing more than spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was one of a kind and will be missed greatly. Thank you to all of her friends at Salishan Retirement Community.

Wilder Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.


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August Vettorino

September 11, 2020

Hello - My sincerest and heartfelt condolences to entire and extended Dingman family for the loss of Mrs. Dingman.

I am a long time friend of the Dingman's. Since my days in elementary school with Keith in Tuckahoe, NY. I was soooo lucky to have a relationship with this loving and larger than life family. Growing up and visiting their home by bike was a favorite thing to do... Memories to this day of Mr. D at the kitchen table, telling jokes or just cracking me up in general, getting a peek of Keith's "way cool" older siblings, and of course Mrs. D. She always made me feel welcome with her tempered smile, stern guidance and an extra plate of noodles and brown gravy didn't hurt either.
My visits were just as cherished when they moved north to Mahopac and created a new life in the "country"... Another time I will carry on about my teenage adventures with Keith, but again upon my arrival there was always a welcoming hug and a made up bed for me from Mrs. D.
She was the hardest working Mom I'll ever know and she will forever have a place in my heart.
I miss you already - May you Rest in Peace.
Love August

Barbara Vigliotti

September 10, 2020

So many HAPPY memories with Lorraine and the family. She was always smiling and laughing, and so grateful for her life. Always had food in her home so if you stopped by you could eat! Lorraine was kind and thoughtful and always found the good in life. I will miss her laugh and her cheerfulness......


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