DeVorss Flanagan-Hunt Mortuary

201 South Hydraulic, Wichita, KS


Dorothy C. Dotterer

January 4, 1929June 12, 2020

Dorothy C. Dotterer, 91, homemaker, passed away June 12, 2020.

Recitation of the Rosary Wednesday, 7:00 p.m., Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 10:00 a.m.,, both at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 145 S. Millwood, Wichita, KS 67213. Burial to follow at Resthaven Gardens of Memory, 11800 W. Hwy 54, Wichita, KS 67209.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Albert; 4 brothers; and 2 sisters.

Survivors include sons, Kim W. (Julie) Dotterer, Kip W. (Kate) Dotterer; daughter, Kristie W. (Steve) Raminger; twin sisters, Laurine Moeder and Florine Seely; grandchildren, Levi Maxson, Jacques Dotterer, Eva Dotterer, David Dotterer, Solange Dotterer; several great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.


  • Jacques Dotterer
  • Levi Maxson
  • Tommy Endres
  • Kent Moeder
  • Pat Maehs
  • Dennis Seely
  • Greg Schoenfeld
  • Phil Gloshen


  • Recitation of the Rosary

    Wednesday, June 17, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Thursday, June 18, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, June 18, 2020


Dorothy C. Dotterer

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Barbara (Moeder) Beran

June 17, 2020

Truely a kind, loving, and generous person. "Aunt" Dot found out I had lost the $1.00 silver certificate and $2.00 bill Ken's grandfather gave me before we married so I'd never be brought. A few days later a card came in the mail with one of each in it. Now everytime I see them in my billfold I think of her and grandpa. Heaven has gotten another beautiful angel.

David Lovern

June 16, 2020

Miss you! You were there when I was kid, at St.Patrick's. Scared and alone.
You were so kind. Again, you were there in high school. Same result. I'm so blessed to have had you there.

I was so fortunate to meet and befreind you, your amazing kids, & your awesome husband. Then, I was blessed to get to really know you. The world was a better place, having you and your inspiration in it. Love ya lady!! Thank you for giving, as you always did!!

Kim, Kip & Kristi. Love you guys. Condolences and prayers.

Bonnie Dotterer

June 16, 2020

I remember going to Kansas for family reunions and Aunt Dorothy was always so sweet and welcoming! We would usually get a taste of her great cooking and she was kind enough to take us sight seeing a bit. I loved her yummy desserts, especially her soda pop cake! We didn't get to drink pop that much at home so to have cake made with soda pop was like having two treats in one, that is a win-win no matter what, in my eyes. I loved bragging that I had an Aunt Dorothy that actually lived in Kansas. I remember she gave my daughter, Kimberly, a Dorothy snow globe as we were leaving so that she would remember her Kansas family [which she still cherishes]. She always made our vacations special. We will miss you Aunt Dorothy! We love you!

Angie Phillips

June 15, 2020

I remember we all took a trip, I think we were goi g to Idaho. Two car loads. The van we were driving caught fire on the highway and we had to stop on the hwy. It was a busy one too, Aunt Dot kept telling us kids to stay in the van this crazy driver of ours stopped right on this busy highway. My niece, Amber, was just a baby so it was about 42 years ago. It was quite an adventure. We stopped at Koa camps and camped. I believe we were surprising my Uncle Jim, who lived in Idaho.
Aunt Dot always remembered my birthday And I would receive a sweet card In the mail from her. She was a wonderful person and I will miss her.
Love you Aunt Dot my you fly high with the angels.