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Dorothy V. “Dottie” Sayre

October 4, 1929 - March 26, 2022
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Big Darby Baptist Church
6921 Plain City-Georgesville Road
Plain City, OH
Sunday 9/11, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Big Darby Baptist Church
6921 Plain City-Georgesville Road
Plain City, OH
Sunday 9/11, 1:30 pm
Memorial

In lieu of flowers to honor Dottie’s memory contributions may be made to JA Education Foundation Teacher Scholarship, Attn: Brittany Garner, 6440 Kilbury-Huber Rd., Plain City, Ohio 43064.

Dorothy V. “Dottie” Sayre age 92 of Hilliard, passed away peacefully Saturday March 26, 2022 at Dublin Assisted Living and Memory Care where she has resided for over 5 years. Dottie was born October 4, 1929 in Gallipolis, Ohio but raised in New Haven, West Virginia. Dottie received her Bachelors of Science from Marshall UniversityContinue Reading

Darlene L. Fulk-Becker left a message on September 27, 2022:
I'm so sorry to just now hear of Mrs. Sayre's passing. She was my high school teacher in the late 60's. I just LOVED her!
Cherie Recob left a message on September 4, 2022:
My deepest condolences to the whole Sayre family.
Julana Yutzy Schutt left a message on April 28, 2022:
In memory of Dorothy V. "Dottie" Sayre, Julana Yutzy Schutt lit a candle
Marcia McLane left a message on April 11, 2022:
I am so sorry to hear of Dottie’s passing. She was such a sharp woman before Alzheimer’s so cruelly took over her life. I often think of the funny stories in the past when she put my oldest brother in his place and, believe me, he needed it! I am happy her suffering is over but feel such empathy for her family.
Bonnie Mitchell-Cantrell left a message on April 11, 2022:
Mrs. Sayer was one of my most favorite teachers. She taught me more than just typing, she taught me how to have fun at school and enjoy what I was doing. If she wanted my attention it was always "Bonnie Carol........" I guess that is what happens when she has your father, aunt and uncle as students. Her southern drawl made it not seem so bad until she added my last name then I knew she was serious. That only happened a couple of times! To her family, please accept my most sincere condonlences, she was one in a million and will be missed by so many. Thhe long goodbye is the worst and I hope that it wasn't horrible for you! Many prayers for comfort during this time.
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Jan Howsmon left a message on April 10, 2022:
Dottie Sayre was my late husband's, Ron Howsmon's favorite teacher! He had her for Typing. She outlived my husband just a bit. Ron passed December 24, 2021. My sympathy to you and yours. Jan Howsmon
richard termeer left a message on April 10, 2022:
To the family of Dorothy Sayre With the passing of yourmother, I beIieve a am the last remaining member of the original faculty of Jon Alder high school. It was my second year of teaching and your mother, even only four years older, took me under her wing. Two years later I became athletic director and worked with your mother in handling the athletic account. One of you required her to take a leave for your birth during my four years at JA. When son James died, at the funeral home, I tried to speak to her, but I do not believe she knew me. God bless all of you, and I am sorry I will not to see you in person
Mark Weisheimer left a message on April 10, 2022:
My memories of Dottie are as a friend of her sons. She was always a cheerful and vibrant Mother who doted on her 4 sons and was equally kind and friendly to their friends, ornery as we may have been.
Karl Koon left a message on April 9, 2022:
Mrs. Sayre was one of the best teachers I’ve ever experienced in any classroom, ever.. Godspeed Mrs. Sayre, from your class of 1974.
Gay Harper left a message on April 8, 2022:
Mrs Sayre was one of my favorite teachers. She put up with a lot of our classroom antics. She always showed so much grace. I was blessed to have her as my teacher. Thanks Mrs Sayre. Gay Minthorn Harper
Judy Frye Perry left a message on April 8, 2022:
I'm a former student of Mrs. Sayre in her Office Procedures classes in 1981-82--she was a very patient teacher and also very witty with her tales! I liked her alot and was saddened to hear of her passing. I remember her with great fondness and I'm so very sorry for your loss. My sincerest condolences, Judy A. Frye/Perry
Phyllis Schreck-Fridleu left a message on April 8, 2022:
Mrs. Sayre was a wonderful teacher. She had a great personality and cared deeply for her students. Heaven gained one awesome woman. Sending prayers to the family.🙏🙏
Kelly Hicks left a message on April 8, 2022:
Always close to my heart! My mother was the first Powderhorn Editor and 25 years later Dottie chose me to be editor. That yearbook was dedicated to her for her commitment to Alder students. She will forever be remembered fondly by all of us who had the good fortune to be one of her students and friends.
Ferguson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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