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Springall, Dorothy Wilson

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March 16, 1915 - May 17, 2014

Springall, Dorothy Wilson

Born March 16, 1915 Brownwood, TX and peacefully passed on Saturday, May 17 at the age of 99. Daughter of H. Gliddeon Wilson Sr. and Cynthia Easley Wilson. Reared and educated in Brownwood. Graduate of Howard Payne University and listed in American Colleges and Universities. English teacher for over 30 years ending her career at Bryan Adams High School. Lifelong member of the First Christian Church joining at age 12 and served as Sunday school teacher, deacon, elder and board chairman.

Survived by son Jack Hunter of Dallas; Kim Mrozek and family of Coppell, TX; Leslee Mallinson and family of Dallas; and a huge, beloved extended family of nieces, nephews, step-children, and grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Those close to her knew her as Mimi or Dorothy Rose and appreciated her sense of humor, loving nature, and graciousness she shared.

Graveside services will be held June 5, 2014 at 10:30am at the Greenleaf cemetery in Brownwood, TX.

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Patricia Johnson

June 15, 2014 6:56PM

Dorothy and I and two other teachers went to Hawaii for a week and had a grand time. Dorothy was always ready to go and have fun. She loved her students and once went on a trip to the beach and she brought back 175 small seashells, one for each student. Dorothy was very wise and of course we are both from Brownwood which created a bond between us. I am so glad Dorothy lived a long life and was in pretty good health until the last. I will always have loving memories of Dorothy.
Patricia Johnson

Linda Hill

June 02, 2014 12:55PM

Such a beautiful gracious lady. I know many people will miss her. What do I remember about Aunt Dorothy...her smile and laugh, the time she asked me to please call her "Aunt Dorothy", not just Dorothy, and her story about cruising around Brownwood when she was a teenager with her little brother, Jack, in the back seat and telling him to please stay down so her friends wouldn't see him in the car.

Linda Hughes Prouty

May 30, 2014 6:27PM

My sincere sympathy for your loss. I pray for God's comfort to the family and friends.

Pamela Rudd

May 30, 2014 1:50PM

My sincerest condolences to the Hunter, Mrozek and Mallinson families on your loss. May God continue to bless your families and praying for your strength.

Pamela J. Rudd