Dora M. Cook
August 16, 1901 - October 27, 2010
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Dora M. Cook, 109 of Oceanport passed away Wed. October 27, 2010 at the Meridian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Shrewsbury. Mrs. Cook was born in Long Branch on August 16, 1901 and lived there before moving to Oceanport in 1959. She was a lifelong member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church, Long Branch. Mrs. Cook …
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Donna left a message on October 30, 2011:
I hope this will give some comfort to everyone who loved our dear Gramma Dora. Grammy sat on my deck in Colorado one night, many years ago, and watched as a full moon lit up the snow capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains. She told me often, after that night, that heaven was going to be just like those minutes. From now on, every time I see a full moon, I'll smile and say I love you sooooo much Grammy. I know she will hear us! Donna
Duane Denney left a message on October 30, 2011:
Grams' four grandchildren are my first cousins. I always looked forward to my visits to Oceanport. My last visit was filled with amazement and renewal of family. Grams' still had her sharp memory and that beautiful sparkle in her blue eyes.
Dale & Jean Rusch left a message on October 30, 2011:
What a wonderful long life! The last picture of Dora we saw with her great great granddaughter she didn't look near that old. As Jean said she didn't have as many wrinkles as someone 40 years younger, like herself. It's always sad to hear of someones death but we can take comfort knowing she is with her Lord in heaven.
Athur J. and Hilda Petersen and my daughter Karen left a message on October 28, 2011:
"Aunt Dora" became my aunt by-marriage in 1971, when I married into the Colmorgen family. She was always the sweetest and most gracious lady we have ever known. She always loved to have us sit by her kitchen table and have a cup of tea and some cookies and/or cake. She never missed exchanging Christmas cards, even at 108 years old. No one could ever know Aunt Dora, without unconditionally loving her. She loved her family so very much and was so proud to show us the latest photographs of all her loved ones. Her loving brother "Uncle Walt", was also a godsend to her, as he always came to see her everyday and also enjoyed that cup of tea and dessert as we did. Thank you for your love all the memories. Artie PetersenXAV
Dick and Shirley Hesse left a message on October 28, 2011:
Dora was a grand lady. We were happy to know her and share her milestone birthdays. Our sympathy to the family and friends.
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Charmaine Colmorgen-Alfaro left a message on October 28, 2011:
I will trully miss you Aunt Dora. Our little visits together were wonderful. Having a cup of tea and chatting of things long past. You will be always in my heart. Love, Charmaine
Kathy Anastasio left a message on October 28, 2011:
She was an absolutely lovely lady, and I mean lady in the truest sense of the word. The world has lost a wonderful soul.
Ruth Herbert Marentette left a message on January 11, 2010:
Dora was my great grampa's wife. She was so nice and wrote to me when I moved to Michigan (1973) and didn't want to. She was so nice. I wanted to see her again but never got the chance. I would love to hear her story if anyone would like to share.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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