Dorothy "Dodie" Sivley/Tover
June 06, 1949 - January 13, 2018
Saturday, July 28, 2018 9:31 PM
My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Dorothy Tover. May you find comfort in knowing our Heavenly Father holds out the hope of the resurrection for our dead loved ones. His son,Jesus,said "all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out" .John 5:28,29. Our dead loved ones are in God's memory and one day he will resurrect them to a paradise Earth. Psalms 37:9,10,11,29. Job 14:13-15 says he has a yearning to do so. Revelation 21:3,4 says one day death will be no more neither will pain or mourning be any more.
Friday, February 16, 2018 11:32 PM
Dodie and I had not seen each other in years. We both graduated from Alhambra High Schoolbin 1967. We went on to do different ventures in life. I saw her again at my grandmothers and her great grandmothers funeral in 1976. I saw her when Jennifer was a little toddler and she was pregnant with Lara. It was nice to reconnect. I was finally able to reconnect with her with Facebook about 5 years ago. That was so wonderful. We spent a lot of time writing to each other. Caught up on each other’s lives, children, grandchildren. We really enjoyed doing it. Unfortunately I was not able to see her until a few months before she passed away. It was a beautiful meeting. My husband Vince and me. Met Lara for the first time. Awesome cousin. Love her dearly and Jennifer. Love her also. I hope to meet Preston soon. It was something to find out that we both loved the movie Dr. Zchivago so much. I named my oldest daughter Tonia from the movie and she named her youngest daughter Lara from the movie. Go figure. I will miss Dodie so very much. She is with God now. We loved her.
May Russo (Paradise, CA)
Friday, February 16, 2018 11:09 AM
Dodie and I became friends on Facebook and playing Scrabble in the last few years. We had know of each other since childhood because our parents were friends and our brothers, John, and my brother, Mike were friends. I remember them doing Morse code from house to house. Our dads, Irv and my dad Phil Haag were barbershoppers together. So we spent time together as children (we were 4 years apart in school) but became friends as adults. Dodie was caring and fun. I miss her.
Debbie Haag - Staab (Woodinville, WA)