Rogue Valley Funeral Alternatives

558 Business Park Drive, Medford, OR


Dorothy Lee Weathers

October 4, 1932June 28, 2020

Dorothy Lee Weathers, 87 of White City, Oregon passed away on June 28, 2020. Dorothy was born on October 4, 1932 in Wister, Oklahoma to Luther and Bertha Canida. Dorothy married Allen Weathers on September 30, 1949 and the couple had five children together. She worked as a private nurse during her life. Dorothy enjoyed canning, gardening and going to the beach. She also loved to collect bells and owls. Her family and friends will always remember her as a kind, sweet, caring, generous and beautiful person. Dorothy is survived by her husband, Allen Weathers; her children, Dennis Weathers, Roger Weathers, Brenda Anderson and Douglas Weathers, numerous grandchildren & great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her son Larry Weathers and her beloved sisters and brother.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, July 2, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, July 2, 2020


Dorothy Lee Weathers

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Cheyenne Post

July 3, 2020

Standing by your graveside I had so much to say. So many things running through my mind at once, that I couldn't find anything to say. I couldn't gather my thoughts fast enough and then it was over. I wanted to tell everyone about grandmas favorite memory of me as a child. She told me the story every time I went to visit her and I never grew tired of hearing her tell it to me. She'd tell me about the time when I was little she was driving us to town or something and she said I was just jabbering away in the back seat at her. And she goes Cheyenne I can't understand a thing ur saying. And I turn around and say grandma dorsy I can't understand a sang ur saying. She laughed and her eyes filled with a light so bright every time she recalled memories of her grandchildren. I loved listening to her stories. I constantly recall the loving memories ❤️ with her so much. She makes me smile even today 😊

Marissa Post

July 3, 2020

Oh where do I even find the words to write this. 💔
To say I’m heart broken is an understatement. There’s so many things I will miss about you. Your kindness and laughter. My whole life you’ve always been so patient and kind. Always been there for us growing up. I remember the all the times you would pick me up and take me to town with you, take me out to eat, buy me new clothes. We would just drive and laugh so much. You were so funny, so witty.
It was always the best times going to spend the night out at your house. We would watch the parent trip and sleep on your water bed, at least until we couldn’t take your snoring anymore 😘 🤣 then we would transfer to your big green couch that was always so fun to lay on. Coming over to play on all your workout equipment in your room, we always thought that was cool!
Picking fruits in your garden and helping you get them ready for eating or canning. You made the MOST AMAZING banana bread and peanut brittle and you always made sure to have some ready for us. You always stocked up my favorite snacks for me for when I would spend the night and we loved coming out to see you. From all the nursery rhymes you always sang us throughout the years, i still remember all the lyrics to them too. I can just hear your voice every time i think of it.
From the times when you invited us to live with you and took care of us. You will always have a special place in my heart and I will miss you everyday. You were so strong and kept surviving and beating the odds for so many years despite what the dr said, you were a fighter and stuck around for us for so long. But it was your time to go. Your no longer in pain, your no longer bound to a body with limitations and health problems. Your finally free and your up there watching over us. Up there visiting your son. You lived a long and happy life and i will forever cherish all the memories i have of you. I love you so much great grandma 💕
October 4 1932- June 28 2020

Brenda Anderson

July 3, 2020

My mother was everything to me. I enjoyed all the time we spent together. I will miss taking her out to eat, shopping and great conversation. She could tell a story like no other. I'm missing her horribly but am so thankful she no longer hurts. Rest in peace my sweet mother until Jesus comes. See you then.

Audrey Fay Hadley

July 3, 2020

My sister Dorothy, like our father had the gift of telling life stories that held me captivated, like watching a great movie. She was beautiful inside and out and her love for all her family ran deep in her heart.