Dodie was a classmate of mine in grade school. She was always full of spunk with that little Twinge of sparkle in her eye.- you knew she was up to something:-) I saw her a few years back @ Ricks. I am so sorry for your loss. She was a special lady
I had no idea until a few weeks ago that my friend since high school had passed. I was shocked at the news I heard, and I am very sorry to hear that Sherman had passed too. My deepest sympathies to HER Sister Kathy ,whom I love dearly. I wish you could reach out to me , I am on Fb .I have a million memories with Kathy and Dora. Hugs and Much love, Kelly Craig Jarnagin
Rest easy mom. You’re finally free. I love you and I will see you again someday.
Dora. The last few times I saw you. You seemed more at peace with life than I have ever seen you. Love you and Rest In Peace.
Your soul is now at peace and that in itself will help me during this time. You will be missed Lady!!! My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Dora Sue Lance, 60, passed away on January 29, 2020. She was born on July 11, 1959 to Sherman Lance and Elizabeth Campbell in Florida.
Dora loved spending time with her family and friends as often as she could. Dora enjoyed collecting lighthouse figurines and listening to music. She was able to see her favorite band, U2, in concert in London, England. She also loved her cats One-Eye, Huey, Hank, and Sylvester.
Dora is survived by her children Amy (Westin) Leach and Rick McGary Jr; her grandchildren Amelia Reigh Leach and Izaak Douglas Leach; and her siblings Katherine Lance, Matthew Zoph, and Kevin Zoph.
Dora was preceded in death by her parents; her grandson Ryan Zachary McGary; and brother Sherman Lance.
There will be a gathering of family and friends at the Gathering Church 121 Bob Jones Way (formerly Walnut st) in Evansville, Indiana at 4 p.m. February 11th.
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