Dorothy Rodgers

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Dorothy Helen Rodgers, 87, of Waco, went to rest in the arms of her Lord on May 18, 2014.

Cremation services entrusted to Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Memorial Service: 2 PM, Saturday, May 24 at Stilwell Retirement Residence, 5400 Laurel Lake Drive, Waco, 76710

She was a long time member of Western Heights Baptist Church and had lived at Stilwell Retirement Residence for the last fourteen years. She loved living at Stilwell.

She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and loving, loyal friend to many. She was a brave, fierce, independent Texas woman, working hard all her life, always taking great pride in her home and family. She was so loved and will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Wesley and Monty Lee (Boyd) Mason; all seven of her siblings; husband, Willis E Schulze; and stepson, Edward Schulze.

She is survived by son, Gary N. Roberson of Waco; daughter, Carol L. Goldman of Euless; grandson, James Baker, of Casselberry, Fl.; four granddaughters, Rachael Rogers of Robinson, Julie LeCocq & husband ,Frank, of Euless, Amy Roberson of Waco, and Melanie Schulze of McGregor;  nine great;grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

Many thanks to Providence Hospice for their loving care, and Stilwell Retirement Residence for just being wonderful.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to American Cancer Society, Stillwell Retirement Residence, or your favorite charity.

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  1. Carol Goldman

    Mom, we are going to miss you even more than we realize right now. We are still in that blessed fog that God gives us, but I already miss your laugh and our nightly phone calls. I love you Mom….

  2. We miss Granny Dorothy tremendously and we have many wonderful memories of her. The last several years we didn’t get to see her but we cherished our phone conversations. She had a delightful sense of humor ( can still hear her wonderful laugh) and a heart as big as Texas. Just thinking of her brings a smile.
    Our hearts go out to her family, most especially Gary and Carole. She was so proud of you and loved you very much. She was a lady through and through and will forever be in our hearts.
    We send you all our love.
    Larry, Nicole, Breezy and Danielle Rodgers

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