OBITUARY

Dollie Allen Traylor

May 1, 1933December 12, 2020

Dollie Allen Traylor passed away December 12, 2020 at Sherman House in Phoenix, AZ. She was born at home in Phoenix on May 1, 1933. Dollie was 87 at the time of her death and lived her life in Phoenix. Like many Phoenicians Dollie had a strong love for horses and dogs throughout her lifetime.

Dollie graduated from West High School in 1952 and later attended Phoenix College. Dollie began working as a Stewardess for Frontier Airlines based in Phoenix in 1959, became a receptionist in '68 and retired in '69.

On April 8, 1966 she married Benjamin A. Traylor, Jr. "at the Methodist Church on Lincoln Drive" in Phoenix. They honeymooned in Maui and liked Maui so much they took a second honeymoon there.

Dollie is survived by her husband Benjamin, sister Linda Woodhouse of Scottsdale, sister Carla Bartley of Gamba, West Africa, her daughter Stacy Ann Traylor, son Lance Traylor, and four grandchildren Chelsie, Zachary, Connor, and Ty.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

  • Placement

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

Memories

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Kathy Mann

March 7, 2021

Dollie was my very best friend and lived across the street from me and my family for many years. She was actually more like a sister. If one of our husbands couldn’t find us at home they knew we were with each other. We raised our kids together, laughed and cried together, went shopping together, had lunch at Cracker Barrel together. Dollie always had a smile and a contagious laugh and wherever Dollie was there was joy and laughter. I miss you my dear friend but I will see you again at Jesus feet.

Robert Wilt

December 14, 2020

Dollie was one of my favorite cousins. My memories of her start when I was about 4 years of age and she was 11. We have kept in contact off and on over all those years. My wife Sharon has come to know her through the years and has always considered Dollie as her cousin and friend as well. Dollie was a fun-loving, neat lady and she will be missed by many. We love her.