OBITUARY

Dorothy Lois Warner

December 12, 1926October 27, 2018
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Dorothy Lois Zigmand Warner, 91, of Salisbury died Saturday October 27, 2018 at home surrounded by her loving family. Born December 12, 1926 in New York City to the late Edward and Helen Zigmand. Dorothy was a graduate of Newtown High School and Katherine Gibbs School. While living in Plainview, New York for 36 years she was an active member of St Pius X Church and served on numerous committees. In 1991, Dorothy and her husband Robert retired and moved to Salisbury to live with their daughter Helene Conick, son in law Jim and daughters, Allison, Emily, Jessica, and Grace. In Salisbury Dorothy was an active member of St Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church, where she served as an Eucharist minister, the Art and Environment committee, Prayer Group, the Joseph House, Sister Mary Clare Guild, and her most heartfelt ministry was being a founding member of the Sister Parish Committee for Our Lady of Mercy in Managua, Nicaragua and the special friendship she shared with Father Antonio Castro. Along with her dedication to Church and her family, Dorothy was an avid gardener, a Past President of the Four Seasons Garden Club, and Board member and Past Chairman of Poplar Hill Mansion. She is preceded in death by her loving husband of 52 years Robert “Bob” Warner, Father, Mother, and brother. She is survived by her 6 children; Barbara Warner, Janice Nadeau, Robert Warner, Edward Warner, Helene Conick, Anne Heavner, their spouses, 20 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren, her special birthday club friends, the St Francis Filipino community and her Hair Odyssey Family whom she so loved. Friends and family may call at Bounds Funeral Home in Salisbury Thursday from 6 to 8pm and one hour prior to a Mass of Christian burial that will be celebrated on Friday at 10a.m. at St Francis de Sales Catholic Church. Interment will be in Maryland Veteran’s Cemetery Eastern Shore near Hurlock Md. Flowers and Donations may be made in memory of Mrs. Warner to St Francis de Sales, 514 Camden Ave, Salisbury MD 21801. Visit www.boundsfuneralhomke.com to send letters of condolence.

  • FAMILY

  • Edward George Zigmand, Father
  • Hele Muchalight Zigmand, Mother
  • Barbara Warner, Daughter
  • Janice Nadeau, Daughter
  • Robert Warner, Son
  • Edward Warner, Son
  • Helene Conick, Daughter
  • Anne Heavner, Daughter
  • Robert "Bob" Warner - 2002, Husband
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mick Bayduke
  • Daniel Warner
  • Timothy Warner
  • Edward Warner
  • Ryan Willis
  • Brandon Stoner
  • DONATIONS

  • St. Francis de Sales

Services

  • Vistiation with Prayers Thursday, November 1, 2018
  • Visitation Friday, November 2, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, November 2, 2018
  • Interment Monday, November 5, 2018
REMEMBERING

Dorothy Lois Warner

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Janice Nadeau

November 1, 2018

The first thing I remember most about my mother was her tremendous love of family - for my father, all of her six children, her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and her nieces and nephews.
My mother doted on all of us!
I remember what a great homemaker Mom was -cleaning and cooking, doing laundry, ironing, trimming our hair, planting a garden, and she loved to decorate our home. She taught me how to sew - heping me make aprons, costumes, and even my prom dresses.
As a Mom, she was the BEST!
And she was a great daughter too, taking care of my grandmother Helen in our home, and visiting her every single day at the nursing home until GG passed a few years later. I remember my mother bringing GG's clothes home to wash from the nursing home,
and having me write grandma's name on all the labels.
No memory of Dorothy would be complete without a mention of my mother's tremendous volunteer service - all while raising six children! Mom was our Girl Scout leader, and I remember her baking cookies from around the world for an International Event, and teaching us the hula! But her greatest legacy, next to her large family, was the trmendous volume of volunteer work she did for our church. My first memories are of Mom taking care of the altar flowers. Then I remember her having me sew banners to hang in church for holidays and special events. She taught me how to run a mimeograph machine to help her print out flyers for church events, and she volunteered at the Church store. My parents were great supporters of Marriage Encounter, and hosted many meetings in our home. After they moved to Maryland, my mother continued her volunteer work at St. Francis, focusing on The Carriage House, The Joseph House, St. Vincent de Paul, Poplar Hill Mansion, the Four Seasons Garden Club. Thank you Mom for being a loving mother, and a shining example of extending that love and caring to your church and the Salisbury community. You will be missed. From your loving daughter, Janie xox

Pattie and Charlie Ripple

October 29, 2018

We offer hugs and love to your family. Your mom was always a classy lady who lived life with enthusiasm and vigor. She always had a smile to share and a story to tell. Her creativity was appreciated, she had such wonderful talents. May your memories of her bring you smiles and comfort in the days ahead. Pattie and Charlie Ripple

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Biography

Born December 12, 1926 in New York City to the late Edward and Helen Zigmand. Dorothy was a graduate of Newtown High School and Katherine Gibbs School. While living in Plainview, New York for 36 years she was an active member of St Pius X Church and served on numerous committees. In 1991, Dorothy and her husband Robert retired and moved to Salisbury to live with their daughter Helene Conick, son in law Jim and daughters, Allison, Emily, Jessica, and Grace. In Salisbury Dorothy was an active member of St Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church, where she served as an Eucharist minister, the Art and Environment committee, Prayer Group, the Joseph House, Sister Mary Clare Guild, and her most heartfelt ministry was being a founding member of the Sister Parish Committee for Our Lady of Mercy in Managua, Nicaragua and the special friendship she shared with Father Antonio Castro. Along with her dedication to Church and her family, Dorothy was an avid gardener, a Past President of the Four Seasons Garden Club, and Board member and Past Chairman of Poplar Hill Mansion.