OBITUARY

Dorothy Dozier Albright

May 12, 1919July 15, 2011

Dorothy Rose Dozier Albright Born: May 12, 1919 in Macon, Georgia Died: July 15, 2011 Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents Idelle Amelia Brown Dozier and Ernest Lynn Dozier.

Dorothy is survived by her husband of 70 years Louis Claude Albright Children: Dorothy Susanne Albright Furr and Peggie Lynne Albright Shore. Grandchildren: Stephen Randolph Furr and Virginia Lee Furr Herweh Great Grandchildren: John Gabriel Herweh and Liberty Faith Herweh

Dorothy graduated from County High School where she was in the National Honor Society. Graduated from Birmingham Baptist Hospital School of Nursing that is now part of Samford University's Ida Moffet School of Nursing. Career highlights: Dorothy worked as a Registered Nurse in several different states and was for many years the Office Manger for an orthodontist in Falls Church, Virginia. After retiring, Dorothy and her husband returned to Tuscaloosa where they have lived since 1974. Since returning to Tuscaloosa, Dorothy and her husband have been members of Northport Methodist Church. Dorothy was an accomplished musician who played both the violin and piano. She was a member of a dance band and played for weddings and church services. Dorothy loved to sew and her Grand Daughter still has some of the beautiful dresses she made for her when she was a little girl. Dorothy was also an avid reader and crossword puzzles were her passion

Arrangements under the direction of Sunset Brown-Service Funeral Home, Northport, AL.

Services

  • Graveside services Saturday, July 23, 2011
REMEMBERING

Dorothy Dozier Albright

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Dixie Furr Herweh

August 5, 2011

I will always remember with fondness our time spent canning pickles in the summers, riding in the back of Grandpa's pick-up truck heading out to the lake for an afternoon "cruising down the river", or our shopping sprees hunting for treasures. Your home was always filled with sweet treats and we left with sweet memories. We love you and miss you very much. With much love, your granddaughter, Dixie

Ronald Albright, M.D.

July 23, 2011

My dearest cousins and my honored uncle, Claude, Jr:

I grieve your loss but share in the belief I know you all share that there is a time Aand passing for all things and a there are lives that could never be better lived.

My Aunt Dorothy was always kinds and lovimg and that is how she wil always be remembered by me, her only Albright nephew.

May your heart be eased into this grievous loss as I know she would want for her wonderful family and let your thoughts now turn to my Uncle Claude, Jr. and helping his survive the loss of his lifelong soul mate.

Ron and Debra Albright and family

Dick & Sandy Westphal

July 22, 2011

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Randy Furr

July 19, 2011

Grandma, You will be missed. You will be remembered. I will cherish my memories of coming to visit you on vacations when I was a child. I will treasure my memories of sitting with you and Grandpa on your back porch and enjoying a cold drink on a hot day. I will cherish all of the time we spent together. Love always, your grandson Randy.

FROM THE FAMILY

Dorothy Albright