Dorothy Faye Ostrowski

July 15, 1946 - September 19, 2015

07/15/1946 - 09/19/2015

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On September 19, 2015, the world lost a beautiful soul.  Dorothy Faye Ostrowski, 69, made her journey home to be with our Lord.  She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and a terrific friend to all who knew her.
Born July 15, 1946, Dorothy Faye Ostrowski was one of three children born to the late Betty “Rubell” Anderson Alldred and John Wesley Alldred.  Also gone way to soon were her sister Doris and brother Johnny.
She leaves behind her loving husband Eugene Ostrowski, brother-in-law John and wife Laura, sons Tommy, Ed, Tony and daughter Tanya.  Also 4 nieces, 3 nephews, and 14 grandchildren.
Dorothy worked very hard for many years with ARA Books and Magazines where she met her best friends for life Carole and Gloria.  She also met many friends at Lifetouch Studios wher she worked before retiring.
Dorothy loved and was loved by so many.  She will never be forgotten.  A celebration of Dorothy’s life with family and friends will be set for a later date.  Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.altmeyerfh.com.

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C ANDERSON
2 years ago

Dorothy Faye was a wonderful cousin. I admire her as a child. Looked up to her. Whenever she visit i couldn’t wait to see her. Always until the end made me feel special. I remember when my sister’s and i were bathing and she was there, when she promised to give a nickel to whoever cleaned their ears the cleanness. I believed we all won the nickel, and walked around that evening with beet red ears. Lol…She was funny, kind, caring and most of all shes loved and missed very much. I will never forget her. I still get a smile when i think of that day.

rachel
6 years ago

dee was my big sister. loved her and still love her so much. glad i have so many memories with her u are now with your sister,brother and mother. i know u are probably already partying with my mother i love u so much

Buddy Culpepper
6 years ago

Sorry for your loss. I remember Dorothy (Dee) as a funny person and a person who loved her family. Gene, to you, Tommie and to Cottie be strong and remember those special times; and always remember she will always be close because she will always be in you hearts.
Buddy Culpepper

carole price
6 years ago

Dee was the dearest and truest friend you could ever have. I miss her everyday .Crying don’t even come close to the way that I feel

carole price
6 years ago

Dee was such a dear true friend all I can say is crying don’t even come close to the way that I feel. I miss her everyday.

Denise Govindan
6 years ago

Aunt Dee was an amazing woman. She stepped in as my “Aunt” 38 years ago. Our birthdays are just a day apart and one of my best memories was spending my 16th birthday with her, her sister Doris and her niece Cottie, my best friend. We went to the haunted house down at the oceanfront…..she was in front of me and I held on to her the whole time. Bless her heart….her arms had black and blue marks on them the next day from me holding on to her so tight. We had so much fun at her house in Chesapeake when we were young. She always made me feel like family. I love her so much, I feel very honored to have been in her life. She was a beautiful woman inside and out. My love and prayers are with you Gene and Tommy. God bless.