June 22, 1925 - June 10, 2012
Dorothy Dottie Frances Hurd, a Redmond resident passed away on Sunday, June 10, 2012, at her home. She was 86 years of age.
A graveside service will be held sFriday, June 15, 2012, at 10:00 a.m., at Redmond
Memorial Cemetery in Redmond, Oregon. Officiating Charlie Hughbanks.
Dottie was born in Cottonwood, Missouri, on June 22, 1925, to Robert Alonzo Fautenberry and mother, Eva Marie (Pope). She moved from Missouri to Tennessee, where she was raised and attended school.
She married Julius Dean Newton (JD) in 1942, and moved to California, where they had two sons and one daughter.
Dottie worked as a welder on the U.S. Navy ships for a year while living in California. They later moved to Oregon, in the early 50s living in the valley areas she was a home maker for many years. She later married her soul mate, Walter Lee Hurd in 1964, in Stevenson, Washington, they had a one daughter.
Dottie loved to sew and made all her childrens clothes and enjoyed the outdoors with her husband, Wally, boating fishing camping and loved the ocean. At one time Dottie was awarded with a certificate for her writing for county music.
She and Wally also lived in Puyallup, Washington, for over 20 years where she lovingly took care of her elderly mother, Eva, who lived to be 99 years of age. Dottie also lived in Idaho, for a short time while her daughter, Alice, took care of her and then moved to Redmond, Oregon, after Wallys passing in Sept. 1997, where her daughter, Caroline, took care of her daily in Dotties own home where she always wanted to be.
Dottie loved the Lord and loved to listen to the word on her favorite TV programs and read her bible daily. She also loved westerns and loved to read magazines and newspapers. Dottie is a very sweet kind soul and loved her family dearly. She will be missed greatly by all.
Dottie is survived by her children, Kelly D. Newton of Taos, New Mexico, Caroline George of Redmond, OR, Phillip O. Newton of Taos, New Mexico, Alice E. Smith of Post Falls, Idaho; one brother, John Fauntenberry of Yuma, Arizona; 12 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Polly Pratter; and one brother, Robert Fauntenberry; and one granddaughter, Mandi Marie George in 2001.
Arrangements are in the care of Prineville Funeral Home.
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