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In loving memory of
Dorothy Mae Browe
  • November 08, 1950
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  • September 06, 2013

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Graveside services for Dorothy Mae Browe, 62, Edgewater FL  who died Friday, September 6, 2013 will be 11:00 AM Saturday at Sea Pines Memorial Gardens Edgewater. The family will receive friends on Friday from 5 to 7 PM at Baldwin Brothers Heritage Place 1 North Causeway New Smyrna Beach FL . Dorothy was born in New Jersey and came to this area 37 years ago. She was the office manager at North American Moving and Storage Company for over 20 years. She was active in the American Legion Auxiliary at Post 285, Post 17 and Post 120. She leaves to cherish her memory her husband of 20 years Jay, children Dorothy Gallant, Gus Schlauch, Kelly Daniels, brother Walter Swindell, sister Jane Coleman and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a brother Ron Swindell.  

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  1. 17 Sep 2013
    Cynthia Green says:
    Dottie was my contact person at DDS for many years. I emailed her almost daily and spoke with her every couple of weeks. She ALWAYS found something to laugh about. Even when I messed up something, she would chuckle about it. I could always depend on Dottie. She was a very nice lady! I miss her. To her family: Please keep all the happy memories alive. I think she would want you to be laughing and smiling.

  2. 12 Sep 2013
    Darin Gallant says:
    Rest in Peace Mom. Love & Miss you. Darin

  3. 12 Sep 2013
    Cameron Singletary says:
    Rest in Peace Granny. You'll be forever loved & missed. I love you Granny. Love Cameron

  4. 12 Sep 2013
    Linda Baker says:
    My heart goes out to the family. What a great lady. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

  5. 12 Sep 2013
    Charlotte Previtera says:
    I have very fond memories of Dottie. She could always make me smile. When I first came to Florida, she welcomed me in like her own family. She taught me so much and I still take her knowledge and warmth with me today. She will be missed in my heart! All of my deepest sympathies to her family.

  6. 09 Sep 2013
    Dorothy Gallant says:

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