Was so sorry to hear of her passing. She will be missed by all who knew her. She and her family were wonderful neighbors. To all of the Family, Take Care in knowing we share in your sorrow. David Falkingham and Marlene Brower.Marlene (Falkingham) Brower - 11/8/2012
To the family of Dorothy Shaw,
My late mother, Florence Burgess, and Dorothy were friends who shared many laughs. I remember Dorothy as a gracious and lovely lady. She was "salt of the earth" and will be missed. May your many family memories bring joy to you.
We are very sorry about not only the passing of Dorothy but the passing of one of the last members of a great group of friends that she and Homer enjoyed. My parents were part of that group, Dorothy and Howard Hoffman. This group of people treated all of the kids of these people with love and respect and where there for us anytime we needed anything. They were like extended family. I have enjoyed knowing Dorothy for many years and we have kept our friendship going over all of these years.... I will miss her. She would call to talk about all of our twins...her grandsons, my sons and now my grandsons!! The conversation would then turn to talk of memories about family, friends and the latest news!! She was such a kind and interesting woman and I will value those conversations. We are sorry for your loss!!Jan Shavlik - 11/10/2012
We were so privilidged to share with our parents, Mac & Anna Lee McGuire,their beloved friends Dorothy and Homer. She will always be remembered like extended family. May Homer be playing the caliope for the Ponderosa Ladies in Heaven.. will never forget them.
Bill and Mickey (McGuire) McBride Dubois
Jackie Miller - 11/12/2012
To the Dorothy Shaw Family,
I have known Dorothy and Homer for many years through community life, Shriners and Eastern Star. They were a very giving, devoted and loving couple.
I had the pleasure to see and visit Dorothy a little over a year ago in Lander and we had a wonderful conversation.
Dorothy was a very beautiful and gracious lady. I was very honored to have her call me her friend. I will miss her greatly.
I wish to extend to all of Dorothy's family my sympathy on the loss of your mother and friend. Know that she is in God's loving grace and care.
Once again she and Homer are together.
With my condolences,
Dorothy & Homer were our neighbors, on Bighorn in Riverton for many years. They watched our son Todd Manley grow up and were so good to him. One day he came up missing when he was 3 or 4 years old. They came out and helped me scour the neighborhood looking for him. Homer asked me if he was at the neighbors next door. I said No, only the cleaning lady was there as Mrs Vincent was working and the boys were in school. Finally I went to their door and the cleaning lady said "Yes Todd, was there." He had seen one of the boys (Jeff, I think) and had gone over to visit! I was one Happy Mother when he was found, although he really wasn't missing, just visiting!
So Thanks Dorothy and Homer. When Todd was in school, Dorothy rode to work with me, we would drop Todd off at Ashgrove school and then go to work. She worked at "The Place" across the street from where I worked at the Bank. I hold many fond memories of Dorothy and have missed her.
She has lived a long wonderful life and now she has gone to join the Lord in Heaven as did My Husband the same week. Sheis also with Home once again.
Love you Dorothy.C
To the Shaw family.
I am so sorry to learn about Dorothy's passing. I remember her as such a lovely lady. We were neighbors and mom and dad so enjoyed both Dororthy and Homer. Dad passed away this summer, so I know how your family is grieving. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
To Dorothy's Family~
We are thinking of you today as you celebrate Dorothy's life. For years we were Homer and Dorothy's neighbors on Big Horn Drive. Before that, I met and enjoyed visiting with Dorothy at the gift shop and dress shop. Such a gracious lady.
Phillip might remember our son Justin? They would play together when he visited from Cheyenne.
Hope lots of happy memories surround you today.
Bob and Lesta Esser