September 28, 1923 ~ February 2, 2019

Born in: Denver, CO
Resided in: Denver, CO

Dorothy Rose McDougal
September. 28, 1923-February. 2, 2019
Born in, and a native of Denver. Graduated from St. Francis H.S. Survived by children Michael (Kathy), Patrick (Hazel), Linda Grieve, Casey, Bernadette (Rick) Morrison; 16 grandchildren; 26 great grandchildren; Two great great grandchildren. Preceded in death by husband Arthur W. McDougal. Rosary Friday, 02/15/19, 7:00 pm, Horan & McConaty, 3101 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Funeral Mass Saturday, 02/16/19, 11:00 am, All Saints Catholic Church, 2559 S. Federal Blvd. Interment Fort Logan National Cemetery.

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  1. Dorothy was a sweet little lady who always made you feel special and loved. She will be deeply missed by many, but her memory will live on forever in the hearts of everyone she touched.
    Much love and prayers,
    Charlie, Melissa, Kayla and Kaitlin

  2. We only had the opportunity to meet Dorothy a few times, but from those moments, we could tell she was a very special and wonderful woman who was loved wholeheartedly by her family and friends. She was full of light and joy, and her kindness was infectious. We are so happy that our son and daughter had the chance to meet Dorothy and spend time with her. We hope that you all find peace during this difficult time and know that her beautiful soul is still out there watching over each of you. Love: Jessica, Mike, Jackson, & Amelia Dankert

  3. Aunt Dorothy was such a beautiful lady inside and out. We will never forget Daddy’s 80th birthday party she attended almost eight years ago. Bernadette and Rick brought her and the family to Bennett for the weekend. Daddy was so surprised and all lit up with a big smile. I’m sure it was one of his best birthdays ever. Later that evening; Jerry put the “Molly B Polka Party” on the big screen TV and they clapped as they watched the polka dancers. It truly one of our most treasured memories of being together. We pray in the precious name of Jesus, for comfort from the Holy Spirit through this sad time.

    We Love You,
    Jerry & Debbie Copeland-Toczek

  4. Our condolences to the entire Mcdougal Clan; “May the wind be always at you back; “May the Sun shine warm upon your face; ” May the road rise to meet you and until we meet again, May GOD hold you in the palm of his hand

  5. My Sweet Aunt Dorothy:
    She was always there when anyone needed her! So many times when I was in need of encouragement, I would soon get a call from her. Selfless love comes to mind when I think of her. Aunt Dorothy, you will be greatly missed….thank you!

    Much love, Kathy

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