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Dorothy Dove

Dorothy Mae Dove (Audin)

Wednesday, April 30th, 1930 - Monday, March 30th, 2020
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Dorothy Mae Audin Dove   April 3,1930 - March 30, 2020 Born and raised in small-town,Colorado, USA, a coal minors daughter: beautiful, bashful and benevolent.  She walked by her future husband, RobertJames Dove, one summer day on her way to “the swimming hole” promoting him tosay, “that’s the girl I’m going to marry!” When his family moved to Provo, he ached for her and sent for her tocome to Utah.  They were married a shorttime later and she was his loyal bride for 60 years when Bob passed away in2017.  They had only one child, Denice,who was a fortunate only child in the loving Dove and Audin families!  Dorothy Mae Dove loved her family and had aspecial relationship with her grandchildren; Mike, George, Seth (deceased),Chris and Erin.  A warm. enthusiasticsmile would always great them at the door when they went for a visit orsleepover.  Cooking came easy and herThanksgiving feasts are still remembered and revered by anyone who was luckyenough to attend one.  She was quiteactive in various endeavors; she swam often at BYU in order to qualify for alife saving certificate for Young Women’s camp, serving as a life guard.  She loved to play tennis with Bob andgrandson, Mike.  She could hike the “Z” abovethe Orem Cemetery with ease.  The realDorothy, however, exemplified the ideal Latter-Day-Sant; always eager to followthe words of the Prophet.  Whatever askedto do, she would waste no time in attending to the task.  She worked hard at finishing these tasks,delighting in the effort, time spent and the finished product!  Heaven is a little happier now; we areblessed with the hundreds of fond memories of a truly beautiful woman, insideand out!  Goodbye beloved mother,mother-in-law and grandmother - we miss you already!Survived by her brother, Ralph (Cathy)Audin of Colorado,  daughter, Denice Dove(John) Collins, Michael Robert Collins (Zayden, great grandson), George RobertCollins, Christian Robert Collins, Erin Eva Collins (Robert with Ryder andRone, great grandsons) Swenson.  Graveside services will be held at 12:00pm on Friday, April 3rd, 2020 at the Orem City Cemetery.  To express condolences visit www.NelsonMortuary.com 
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    Friday, April 3rd, 2020 | 12:00pm
    When
    Friday, April 3rd, 2020 12:00pm
    Location
    Orem City Cemetery
    Address
    1520 N 800 E
    Orem, Utah 84097
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Bernie and Kathy Turner

Posted at 01:43pm
I know Dorothy loved the mountains and beauty and peace she felt there. We hope this tree will stand as a remembrance of her and a source of beauty .
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Paula Clark

Posted at 08:26pm
My deceased husband, Paul, and I were in Bob and Dorothy's Orem ward for many years. I always loved Bob's perfectly mowed lawn! Dorothy was such a sweet friend. I didn't know she was at the Seville until it was too late. I have 3 other friends there still. I know her family will miss her greatly but I am so happy that Bob and Dorothy are once again reunited forever.
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mark ford

Posted at 02:02pm
Greetings my Friends,
Dorothy is a happy memory when ever i think of her. She was always fun to talk with, knew so many interesting things about gardens and flowers. i enjoyed being with her and Bob when we tore out the old kitchen on 50 east so she could have a new one. She was so excited it was a fun project. Denise is still one of my favorite babysitters. So blessed to have had her as part of my life. Love you guys, Mark and Jodi Ford and Lorna Ford
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lbfinch@centurylink.net

Posted at 02:29pm
So very fun remembering your mom and dad. So sorry for your loss again. Living across street for so many years was an awesome experience. I especially enjoyed your mom coming w/DIANA Nicol to visit me every month plus watching them play tennis -to the side of their house and walking over to Windsor Park to play @ the tennis court whenever they could. DOROTHY enjoyed her job at Mt Bell as an operator and truly enjoyed genealogy - taught us all in Relief Society how to do our own family geneology . I remember when she brought a whole stack of both she and your dad’s family
research she had done. She loved you all so very much
And thought of you every day. DIANA and I visited w/ her when she was in assisted living. She was enjoying doing puzzles at the time. Sorry I didn’t go se her more often but with my heart pro she and DOUG not being well recently was unable to go.
Will miss her daily as I have done since she moved out of house have many more memories could go on forever . 😇 😢 😙💕❣️🥵
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