Dorothy M Mandrgoc

(May 25, 1924 to Jul 12, 2011)

rnDorothy M. Mandrgoc, 87, of Bordentown passed away July 12, 2011, at home. She was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. Dorothy worked in the lab at Sylvan Seal Dairy, served as a Gray Lady during World War II and was a proud member of the Marine Mothers. Dorothy is predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Raymond E. Mandrgoc, her son Raymond E. Mandrgoc, Jr., sisters: Katherine Coch and Edith Sexton, brothers: Elmer Sexton and James Sexton. She is survived by daughters: Arlene Fairchild (Clayton) of Tuckerton, NJ, Patricia Hatfield (Daryl) of Riverside, NJ, Dorothy L. Mandrgoc of Bordentown, NJ and Janet Pinder (James) of Weatherford, TX, grandchildren: Daryl and Christine Hatfield, Jessica and Jenna Pinder, sister Anna Pearsall of MD, and brother Thomas Sexton of Philadelphia, PA, and many nieces and nephews. A service will be held privately at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation of NJ, 1034 Salem Rd, Union, NJ 07083-7058 or Alzheimer’s Association, Caregivers Respite Care Assistance Program, 400 Morris Ave, Suite 251, Denville, NJ 07834.rn

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    Words do not adequately express how wonderful Aunt Dot was to all of us who had the distinct pleasure and honor to be a part of her life. Her dedication to her family and friends will not be forgotten. rnrnAll of us are blessed to have known Aunt Dot. Her children’s dedication and loving care of their Mom throughout their lives, and particularly during her long illness and final days are a true testament to the love, respect and devotion that she engendered in all who knew her. rnrnWe love you Aunt Dot and your wonderful family.rnrnBarb, Art and family

  2. Thelma and Joseph Wolverton

    We express our deepest sympathy to Arlene, Patty, Dottie, and Janet and their families.rnrnWe were neighbors and raised our families just two houses from each other. rnrnDot, Kathy Petro and I went roller skating after taking our youngest children to kindergarten and off we would go to Delran. I remember how much fun we had. We enjoed picnics and Ray’s homemade goodies. rn We enjoyed talking about the past as we met while taking a stroll around the block and at that time Dot would soon be returning to her daughter Arlene’s house. Since we did not see Dot outside recently taking a walk or sitting outside her house, we thought that she was still with Arlene. We do regret that we were unaware that she was at home at the time of her death.rn As we grow older, it seems that we don’t have the closeness with neighbors because of our own family concerns and serious health problems. rn Our hearts go out to Dot’s children and their families. rnWith deepest symphathyrnNeighbors Thelma and Joseph Wolvertonrnrnrnrn

  3. Wade & Rachel Ely

    We are so sorry to learn of your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. A truly nice person and special neighbor will be missed.rnrnWade, Rachel, Amber & Justin

  4. Ron and Marion Mandrgoc

    Arlene, Patty, Janet, Dottie Lynn and families. Our deepest sympathy is with you and our thoughts and prayers are with you also. Aunt Dot was a great lady and we will always have very fond memories of her.rnrnTake care and just remember all the good times with her and your dad. Now she is having a great reunion with Uncle Ray and they are so happy being together again.rnrnLove Marion & Ron

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