Dorothy Elaine Stauffer returned home with open arms to her Heavenly Father on July 15, 2020. She was born on August 7, 1935 to Wallace D. and Alice J. Harkness. She was married for time and all eternity to Neil Clifford Stauffer in the Logan Temple on July 17, 1953. She was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints and held many callings in the church. She enjoyed learning about her own family history and cared deeply about the importance of family. She loved music and loved to sing in her ward choir over the years. She worked hard to help support her family and retired from Sears Roebuck Company. She was blessed in her life with her spouse, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, brother, sisters, nieces, and nephews who loved her dearly. She is proceeded in death by her parents, sister and son-in- law. “Gone from our sight, but never our memories. Gone from our touch, but never our hearts

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"Death is just a part of life, it's the memories that we keep. Know that they are with you, when you cry yourself to sleep." -Mark Wittke- I am sorry for your loss, and was wondering if you know a Jaymee /Jamie Stauffer?

Mark Wittke , Salt Laken City, UT, US Jul 31, 2020

I am so saddened to hear of the death of Dorothy. What a delightful person she was, and I appreciated her sense of humor and friendship. We enjoyed many conversations at the family reunions about work, and family. She knew so much of our shared family history, and was an excellent source of family stories. I will miss her very much.

Shirley Mitchell , South Jordan, UT, US Jul 24, 2020

We send our condolences to you all. Your mother was our family’s neighbor for so many years and it was nice to know she was there whenever we visited at home. She was a friend and good neighbor to my mom for so many years. May Heavenly Father comfort and bless you in your time of sorrow .

Jim and Marcia King , Santaquin, UT, US Jul 21, 2020