Dorothy May Cory

Dorothy May Cory, 69 of 3150 River Rd., North Sewickley Twp. passed away at the ER of the Ellwood City Hospital on Monday, July 8, 2013. Born in Ellwood City on February 25, 1944, Dorothy was the daughter of the late Samuel and Elsie May Harper Oprisu. She is survived by her husband, James D. Cory, Sr. whom she married on September 18, 1997. Besides her husband James, Dorothy is survived by six children. According to Dorothy's wishes there will be no services. Arrangements were entrusted to the Joseph A. Tomon, Jr. Funeral Home and Crematory.


joyce hazen

2013-07-16 00:00:00

She was a special person when we were in school. You have our deepest sympathy. She will always be with you.

Karen Schooley

2013-07-15 00:00:00

So sorry for your loss. I was wondering if this is Dottie Price Cowan? I moved from the area some 15 yrs ago. I know she was seeing a man and got married, but can't recall what his name is. The picture in the paper looks like her, I called the funeral home, because of the hippa laws they could not tell me anything, which I fully understand, I respect that. I know of two of her children, Dori, And David and there was a younger one can't recall her name, I know it said she had six children but the other 3 could be step children. I really loved Dottie, and always in my prayers she was thought of. Could you please let me know if this was her. Thanks again. If this is not her please accept my apology. God bless, and give you peace. May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen


2013-07-15 00:00:00

forgot to give you my e mail, I also gave the funeral home my phone numbers. Thanks again

Amber Price

2013-07-11 00:00:00

* Grandma French Fries sounds a bit silly but to a 3 yr old little girl who ALWAYS went to McDonald's with her grandmother and got French fries, it was the farthest thing from silly n actually the perfect name for my grandma whom I love very much. even now after growIng up and havIng 2 kIds myself I stIll call her my grandma french frIes and I smile everything I think of her. I love her so very much n I will forever miss her more than words can say and I'm grateful to have had a granndmother I know loved me and EVERY single oneof her grandkids & greatgrandkids. She will always & forever be apart of my life weather I can see her or not I know In my heart she is watching over me & my chIldren and will NEVER be forgotten.

I love u grandma French fries.

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