Dorothy and I were the best of friends! The age difference made us laugh from time to time, but we loved the same music and humor! When I went to visit her on Monday prior to her passing, I told her I was losing my partner in crime. Just a joke between the two of us! I’m going to miss not having our steak and shrimp at least once a month! I’m going to miss her so much! I love you and will see you again!!
rip sweet lady
Well Aunt Dorothy the 3 musketeers are back together. You, Sue and Lefty. I hope you all are Dancing in the Sky!!!!! May you be at peace and know you left your mark on this world. Love Renee
You will be missed Dorothy but you be sure to tell your nephew Darrell his daughter misses him..
Love Kim Shockley & Kaylee
dorothy was such a fun person to be around. she often shared about her grandchildren and people she cared about. there is no doubt she had a certain way of putting things. you would have to laugh. i always called her dar ath ee , like the lion would say on the Wizard of Oz. she would just smile. God Bless you Dorothy and the your family.
Dorothy (Shockley) Phillips, 73, of Evansville, Indiana passed away September 25, 2018 in Evansville. She was born December 8, 1944 daughter of Jack and Mary Etta (Russelburg) Shockley in Evansville, Indiana. She enjoyed playing cards and spending time with her family.
She is survived by her children, Dawn Lay, Shannon Shockley, and Franklin (Bubba) Gibbs; grandchildren, Ashley Krietemeyer, Chelsea Vallee, Zeke Biggs, Kaven, Kaliyah, Kustam, Gage, Frankie, and Kenzi Gibbs; great-grandchildren, Angel, Eian, and Brandon Mahon, Nevaeh Wise, and Ellie Vallee; her sisters, Sheila Adcock and Linda Rembusch and brother Jack Shockley. She is also survived by her friend Ronald Blake and her grand-dogs Katie and Marilynn.
She was preceded in death by her parents Jack and Mary Etta Shockley, sisters, Dora Long, Norma Voyles, and Marjorie Roth Casey, and brothers, Derrell Hill, Kenneth Shockley, and Dennis Shockley.
A memorial service will be held monday October 1st, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Sunset Funeral Home in Evansville, Indiana. The family will receive guest an hour prior to service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the family
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