Dorothy (Windsor) Naslund

mom-with-nora

Mom with Nora

Dorothy (Windsor) Naslund died October 11, 2016. She is survived by her son Grover (Tom) Naslund, her daughter Linda Lane; her grandchildren, Claire Frank, Chris Naslund, Molly Salmon, Jeff Wheeler, Colby Hayden, Sari Hayden, Tessa Hayden, and Mia Hayden, and five wonderful great grandchildren she dearly loved. She was preceded in death by her husband, Grover (Tom) Naslund and daughter Debbie Hayden.

 

In her own quiet way, Dorothy loved her family and friends, and was always willing to lend her help to those in need. She was hard working and loyal.  She will be remembered for her lifelong love of baseball and for making the best damn pies in the ‘verse.

 

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to The American Breast Cancer Foundation.

 

 

5 Responses to “Dorothy (Windsor) Naslund”

  • Grover Naslund says:

    For all who come to this page and leave their thoughts, I thank you.

  • Jane Brooks says:

    Dorothy was a truly kind and generous woman who quietly lived her life with dignity and strength. I am so glad to have known her and loved her. I am also glad she was such an important part of my children’s and grandchildren’s lives as their grandma—they have been gifts to each other.

    “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.” -from an Irish headstone.

    I’m so sorry for your loss, Grover and Linda. And, Dorothy, God bless you forever.

  • Jacqueline Lane says:

    Beautiful photo of a beautiful lady! She always maintained a connection with her family and loved ones far away. May she rest in peace. The pain she endured is finally gone. God bless!

  • Rochelle says:

    I thought your mom was the greatest. Even when she was mad at me because you won’t let me call her when you broke your leg that day we went out riding motorcycles. She used her mom voice on me and I spilled my guts.She loved you very much. She will be missed.

  • Bobbie Ann (Windsor) Evans says:

    A beautiful and thoughtful lady…I will miss my Aunt Dorothy Jean.

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