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Dorothy M. Peregrine

March 10, 1932 - January 28, 2021

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Posted by:
Alan Hutchison

Posted on:
February 2, 2021

I am sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Thoughts and prayers for your family.

Posted by:
Cousin Jennifer Blunt Crandell

Posted on:
February 1, 2021

To my dear cousins, I am sorry for the loss of your sweet mother. I will always remember her as a warm and friendly “big sister” to my mother, Virginia. The few times we got to visit at your farm as kids are ones I remember fondly; there should have been more of those times but farmers feed the world and you all were busy helping do it as a family team. See you in Heaven, Aunt Dorothy.

Posted by:
Jo Smith

Posted on:
February 1, 2021

Gary, so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. My sympathies to you and Linda.

Posted by:
Don & JoAnn Freeman

Posted on:
January 31, 2021

Dorothy’s family - So sorry to learn of your mother’s passing, will keep her and you, her family in our thoughts and prayers! God’s love and peace be with you. Don & JoAnn

Posted by:
Fr. Vern Smith

Posted on:
January 31, 2021

I came to know Dorothy during my time as pastor of St. Mary's Church in Shenandoah. It was my honor to come to say Mass once a week at the nursing home where Dorothy lived as a resident. Mrs. Laurie Johnson was my helper for the Masses; and, the both of us enjoyed so much our conversations with Dorothy before and after Mass. Dorothy was so blessed that he family members/friends often came to visit with her, especially having a gathering for Dorothy for special occasions like her birthdays or holidays. Dorothy knew that she was deeply loved and cherished by her family. Both Ms Dorothy and myself thought the world of Dorothy was she was easy to know as we shared memories of life in Tarkio/farming with her. This family is to be commended for treating their beloved mother in such a caring, warm, and, with unfailing loyalty in making her senior years filled with much joy and tons of love. I will offer the Mass for Dorothy for Mass on this upcoming Super Bowl Sunday. Dorothy left to you all a cherished legacy. I must say in closing that Dorothy loved to come to Mass as she and other members of the home gathered in the day room to celebrate Mass. Even Protestant members of the home came to Mass; and, they came, probably, because I played some of their beloved Protestant hymns that all of us know and love. One precious memory was when a dear lady in the little congregation was sound asleep during the Mass when much to our surprise she started singing, "Holy, Holy, Holy," I decided that the good Lord would not mind if we joined with her in singing--and, that is exactly what we all did. At the end of the hymn, she was happy and went back to holy sleep!! Precious memories of Mass at the nursing home; and, of our beloved Dorothy. May God's Holy Light shine upon your beloved mother who loved you all so dearly. Most Sincerely, Father Vern Smith, 3459 Lindenwood, Sioux City, IA 51104. I am now retired--and, I plan to look for Dorothy on that glorious resurrection morning.

Posted by:
Angela Caples

Posted on:
January 31, 2021

Cathy, so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Condolences to your family.

Posted by:
Nancy Middaugh

Posted on:
January 30, 2021

Peregrine Family, our sincere sympathy to each of you at your mom's passing. May memories of the special times you shared give you comfort. Nancy B