Dorothy Byrd Stanton

February 13, 2011


Dorothy Byrd Stanton, age 86 of Murfreesboro died Sunday, February 13, 2011 at Riverside Convalescent Center in Smithfield, VA. She was born May 6, 1924 in Murfreesboro to the late Ruby Askew Byrd and Wiley E. Byrd. She was the wife to the late Dallas Mifflin Stanton, III.

She was a quality control inspector at Rollic Incorporated in Murfreesboro and was a member of Ashley’s Grove Baptist Church.

A Celebration of Life service will be held Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 2:00PM at Ashley’s Grove Baptist Church. Rev. David Ross will officiate. Burial will follow at Ashley’s Grove Baptist Church Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memory is her daughters, Judy C. Avery and husband Wayne of Smithfield, VA; Brenda C. McKinzey and husband Paul of Richmond, VA; three grandchildren, six great grandchildren and a sister Virginia Liverman of Newport News, VA.

The family will receive friends Tuesday, February 15, 2011 from 7:00 – 8:30PM at Garrett-Jones Funeral Home in Ahoskie.

Memorials can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 1305 Navahoo Dr. Suite 101, Raleigh,NC 27609

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debbie cobb
13 years ago

i have missed Mr and Mrs Stanton living in Murfreesboro as I remember them when I moved here years ago and married their neighbor’s son Johnny Cobb, Faye Cobb’s son. I know Mr.Staton has been missed by you all and I am sure Ms. Stanton will be equally missed. She had such a quiet nature about her and a genuinely sweet lady. Another angel has been added to the garden of heaven.

Paige & Phillip
13 years ago

Love to the family as they go through this time of sorrow. No one knows how it is until they have walked in the shoes. We will miss her.

Cindie Byrd Outten
13 years ago

Love you “Just Grandma”

E. J. & Rhonda Byrd
13 years ago

May the Lord comfort and Keep you all as you go through this time of sorrow and greif. There is no Sorrow on earth that Heaven can not Heal. May God help you all through this time. With our deepest Sympathy.

E. J. and Rhonda Byrd

Bill and Lauren Byrd
13 years ago

We have great memories of “dancing” with Dorothy Mae at last years reunion. She had such a sweet nature. She will be missed.

Bill and Lauren