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In Loving Memory

Dvorak, Shirley D.

Shirley Dolores Dvorak was born on March 6, 1936 in Fredericktown, MO to Marvin and Barbara (nee Calvert) Stewart and entered into rest on Monday, July 8 at the age of 88.

Loving wife of the late Eugene Dvorak. Dear mother of Michael (Kelly) Dinger, and Connie Mora. Sister of the late Skip (Sue) Stewart, the late Robert (Cindy) Stewart, Mark (Anna) Stewart, and Lorna (Brad) Anderson. Loving grandmother of Casey and Scott Dinger, Shaun Timmons and Nicole Getz. Great-grandmother of Brennan and Keira Timmons, John, Saphira, Maddox and Ayra Getz, Cameron Moore and Kelsey Muich. Loving friend to many.

Our mom was a hard worker who put herself into everything she did. She worked at Proctor & Gamble for close to 40 years. She started out pulling and packing soap boxes on the line and worked her way up to a position in the offices. She made many life long friends there whom she has to this day. She was a ballroom dancer and greatly enjoyed dancing at the Casa Loma with her husband Gene. She spent countless hours working on stitchery projects. She stitched many beautiful cross stitch quilts and other gifts for those she loved. She cared for and helped many in her lifetime. As a mother she was a great example of hard work, perseverance and strength. We always said, “She was the captain of her own ship!”. She persevered through many difficulties in life with strength and grace. Most importantly she loved us.

SERVICES: A VISITATION will be held on Sunday, July 14 from 4-8 pm at the Kutis South County Funeral Home 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. FUNERAL SERVICE Monday, July 15 at 10 a.m. Burial at Shepherd Hills Cemetery in Barnhart, MO.

In lieu of flowers donations in her honor appreciated to the Alzheimer’s Association


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