Dorothy Ann Walters

12/10/1943 – 11/15/2018

Walter003CropDorothy Ann Walters 74 of Mount Pleasant, UT passed away November 15, 2018 at her home. She was born December 10, 1943 in Ephraim, UT to Paul Sivern Wright and Tessie Almira Anderson. She married Freddy T. Walters November 24, 1961 in Fairview, UT later divorced. Dorothy was a loving mother to many children. Even kids that were not her own. She has the biggest heart. She would and has done anything for anyone. She was a great baker, singer, dancer and an amazing seamstress for the Humanitarian Projects for the LDS Church. The family wishes to thank all of those who cared for her through out her life and during her last days. She is survived by her children, Shane Walters, Tonalea, AZ; Corrina “Cory” Draper, Mt. Pleasant, UT; Jody Stephen Walters, Mt. Pleasant, UT; Kynico Walters, Mt. Pleasant, UT; Myhingo T (Tracy Jo) Walters, Mt. Pleasant, UT; Tykodah “Tokie” (Katy) Walters; Mt. Pleasant, UT; Tessie Ann (Kyle) Shelley, Hermiston, OR; Siblings, Richard (Lynda) Wright, Sandy, UT; Carol (Larry) Jensen, West Valley City, UT; Norma (Tom) Crisp, Spring City, UT; Barbara (Donald) Shoemaker, Ephraim, UT; Linda Hull, West Valley City, UT; Kathie (Dave) Johnston, Perry, UT; 25 grandchildren & 26 great grand children. Preceded in death by parents, daughters Deena Shepherd & Natasha Walters; brother, Paul Wright, sister, Dixie Wright; grandchild Shaun Shepherd. Funeral services Monday November 19, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. in the Mount Pleasant 4th Ward Chapel (49 S State St) Viewing Monday 9:00-10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment in the Ephraim Park Cemetery. Online condolence at www.rasmussenmortuary.com

8 Responses to “Dorothy Ann Walters”

  1. Loretta Russon says:

    To my dear Aunt Dorthy. I will miss you so very much. You were the sunshine of my life. I always enjoyed talking to you.
    Love,
    Loretta

  2. Deanna Hansen says:

    So sorry for your loss I loved seeing her watering the flowers She did such a good job and the flowers were treated with love. I loved seeing her enjoying life.

  3. I became acquainted with Dorothy through her service at the Humanitarian Center in Mt. Pleasant. She was such a faithful volunteer, always arriving early and then taking many sewing projects home with her to complete during the week. She was always so pleasant and we all loved to visit with her while she was quilting. She was always happy and even though it was obvious she didn’t feel well the last few weeks she came to the Center, she never complained. Some of us had the opportunity to be at the temple with her this Spring when she received her endowment and that was certainly a special and happy day for us all. We’ll miss her each Wednesday but I certainly feel blessed to have spent this time getting to know her and seeing the love she had for others. May Heavenly Father watch over you all at this time and bring you comfort and peace. Thanks Dorothy for your hours of volunteer service on behalf of those who were in need. You truly possessed the “true love of Christ “!!

  4. Linda Hull says:

    I will miss you dear sister. I love you, so many good memories from our sister trips. You were the one that followed mom in your wonderful cooking, baking, sewing and just the kindest soul. Always positive, a survivor.

  5. Dave and Kathi Johnston says:

    Condolences to Dorothy’s family. She loves them all so much. She will be missed. We are unable to come to the funeral, but you will all be in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Elna McKay says:

    I got to know Dorothy at the Humanitarian center and always enjoyed her pleasant personality. Her boys have worked for years for my son, John, and have done my yard many times. She will be missed by many.

  7. Juanita Ranck says:

    I will miss so much seeing Dorothy every Sunday morning. The whole town will miss her. What a sweet lady.

  8. Verla Olsen Smith says:

    Dear Walters Family, so sorry about the passing of your mother Dorothy, she was a great lady. My deepest sympathy.

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