Dorothy “Dot” Albert

May 29, 1929 - May 24, 2016

05/29/1929 - 05/24/2016

Past Services

Saturday June 04, 2016
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Seagate Colony-Beach Room
2830 Shore Dr
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
(757) 481-3422 | Directions

Dorothy “Dot” Landis Albert of Virginia Beach (formerly of Warsaw, VA and Long Shop, VA) died peacefully Tuesday, May 24, 2016.
Dot was preceded in death by her parents Harvey M. and Ethel Zimmerman Landis, her step-mother Lois Landis, her husband Burgess H. Albert, a daughter Thelma Albert Banerjee, and her brothers Dale Landis and Glen Landis.
Surviving are daughter Mary Albert Vogelsong (David) with grandchildren Michael Vogelsong, Donald Vogelsong, and Melody Vogelsong; son Brian Albert (Viola Dwyer); son Bret Albert (Susan) with grandchildren Maggie Albert, Joe Albert, and Mark Albert; brother Ken Landis of New York; sister Esther Bittinger (Emmert) of Bridgewater, Virginia; sister Bertha Drew (Bob) of Michigan.
Born May 29, 1929, Dot grew up in a large family during the Great Depression, developing life-long qualities of being hard working, and resourceful. Over the years, Dot and her siblings participated in many service projects, some of which included providing disaster relief, building Habitat For Humanity homes, and serving at Camp Ithiel – a camp in Florida founded by their father. Dot was proficient in chair caning, loved travel, card games, and her friends at Seagate Colony. She was known for her “macaroni wiggle” and her deviled eggs.
There will be a celebration of Dot’s life at Seagate Colony (2830 Shore Dr, Virginia Beach, VA 23451) on Saturday, June 4, at 4:00 PM.
The family requests donations to help support Camp Ithiel. To make a contribution to the fund,  in memory of Dot, please click HERE.
The Altmeyer Funeral Home-Southside Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed by clicking the “post a condolence” button on this page.

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Dawn Bass
7 years ago

For me and many, Dot was a good friend. From deviled eggs at Happy Hour to a spectacular talent for sewing and reupholstering furniture…Dot will surely be missed at Seagate. It was a pleasure spending time with her.

Bob Knowles
7 years ago

Dot has always been a good friend and she will be forever missed . Her children and grandchildren were her pride and joy. She shared countless stories at our weekly card games. Rest in peace Dot. You and Burgess have raised a great family.

Bob and Bertha Drew
7 years ago

Our deep sympathy to Dot’s immediate family, Brian, Bret, and Mary, spouses and grandchildren. Special appreciation to Susan for attending Dot through all her hospital stays. She was a special sister and will be greatly missed.