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Sue Ann Dorr
July 16, 1933   -   March 13, 2014

Obituary posted by : Cindy Paullin ,  Daughter   
Person Description
DORR, Sue Ann,
80, from Washington, DC, recently of Richmond, VA, died March 13, 2014. She is survived by her children Cynthia Paullin and husband Mark Paullin of Richmond, VA, and John Dorr, Jr. of Sonoma, CA; her grandchildren Lauren Paullin-Patton and her husband Alex Patton of Charlottesville, VA, Alex Paullin of Richmond,VA; Jackson and Sofia Dorr; her sister Margaret Ann Reimann of Cashiers, NC, and brother, Saxton Wiley and their families including many nieces and nephews and cousins; her Aunt Doris Bennett and her children and families.

Sue grew up in the Anacostia area in Washington, DC. She married Jack Dorr and raised her children in the North Springfield area. She worked at the Pentagon for several years for an Admiral, and briefly for the Washington Gas Light company. She eventually established her own floral design company and greatly enjoyed her North Springfield Garden Club years. She was very involved with her Church parish, participating in the Altar and Flower Guild of Saint Christopher’s Episcopal Church.

In Richmond, she volunteered with the Chesterfield County Christmas Mother committee and was also involved with the Flower Guild for Saint Matthias. She truly enjoyed

Sue was not only a beautiful lady who had extraordinary style, class and grace; she also gave us amazing and wonderful years by raising her children, Cindy and John, and bringing kindness and love, interest and adventure, creativity and connectivity to our home and lives. She delighted in her grandchildren, cuddled, comforted, and led them into museums, music, craft and celebration with her ever energetic love of life. She loved her family, enjoyed wonderful heartfelt friendships between Washington, Virginia, and beyond, and benefitted from dear sweet kind caring acts during the 8 years since her stroke. In these simple and extraordinary acts of kindness, she found strength. We love her, and we will see her beautiful floral designs, her brilliant and fantastic ways to set the stage of life\\\\\\\'s celebrations, and feel the warmth of her hugs and love always and forever.
Service Information
Memorial Services will be held at Saint Matthias’ Episcopal Church on March 15, 2014 at 11:00 AM.11300 West Huguenot Road, Midlothian, VA 23113-1121. Donations may be made to the Alzheimers Association or Chesterfield County Christmas Mother.

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