Dorothy Mae Burress

September 15, 1928 ~ December 15, 2013

Dorothy Mae Artrip Burress, 85, of Johnson City, died Sunday, December 15, 2013 at Johnson City Medical Center. Dorothy was an Ohio native and a daughter of the late Walter Artrip and Garnet Ruth McCullick Artrip. She was of the Baptist faith. Ms. Burress worked as a cook for the public school system. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by: her husband, Homer Burress; brother, Bob Artrip; and two nephews. Dorothy is survived by: one son, Homer Jackson "Jack"? Burress; two brothers, Bill Artrip and his wife, Anita, Dorothy's special friend, and Harry Lee Artrip; one sister, Shirley Lang Lois; and several nieces and nephews.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I would like to express my sincere condolences on the recent passing of Aunt Dorothy. I am very sorry for your loss. I know how close you were to your mother and what an influence she had on your life. We will miss her. You were truly fortunate to have such a wonderful person in your life. You know we are all thinking of you. Robin Colley

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jack, I tried to reach you yesterday by e mail. I am so sorry about your wonderful Mother. My memories of her are vivid. I can see her smile and hear her giggle. How many times have we heard her and Mae, Marion, Dot Horne, Peggy, Billie, and Jean Giggle and Laugh like they didn’t have a worry in the world (They Did)I know Dot is present with the Lord although absent from the body. How Glorious for her to be reunited with her loved ones! I Love You. You know I do.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Jack, sending a gentle hug your way to comfort you and let you know that you are on my mind and in my heart. I have beautiful memories of good times at the house by the RR tracks! Hoping your treasured memories of the beautiful yesterdays bring you comfort day by day and that you find the strength needed to get through this difficult time. I am deeply sorry for your loss. Love you and God bless and comfort you. Deepest sympathies to all of Dorothy’s family & friends.

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