Dolores E. “Dee” Cook, 91, of Coal Centre, handed away, in her home, surrounded by loved ones, Friday, July 16, 2021. She was born April 7, 1930, at house, in Ellsworth, a daughter of the late George Oliver Homme Sr. and Grace Elizabeth Hamilton Homme.
On July 6, 1949, Dee married her large university sweetheart and finest buddy, John Cook Jr. “Prepare dinner,” who died February 2, 2012. Alongside one another, they had 5 youngsters, Constance Prepare dinner Graham (Wayne), John “Skip” Cook dinner III, who died April 21, 1991 (Frances), Donald “Bud” Cook, Faye Lynn Harsh (Michael) and Dana Cook dinner Baer 6 grandchildren, John Louis “Yipper” Graham (Jennifer), James Preston Graham (Kimberly), Wesley Francis Cook, Ellen Christine LeMasters (Daniel), Ashley Mishelle Ludwinski (Daniel) and Nicole Elizabeth Moody (Benjamin) seven fantastic-grandchildren, Austin Cordell Wesley Graham (fiance Lexi Sharer), Kayden Richard “Bug” Graham, Gracelyn Cheyenne Graham, Madelyn Erika Ludwinski, Mikaela Noelle Ludwinski, Grace Nlle Moody and Gunner Scott Graham and one particular great-wonderful-grandchild, Shailyn Renee Graham. She is survived also by just one sister, Dorothy “Dot” Hails (Fred) and lots of nieces and nephews.
Deceased are one sister, Lillian Faye Homme and seven Homme brothers, George Jr., James, Robert, Donald, Harold, Vernon and Ronald “Butch.”
In 1948, Dee graduated from Ellsworth Substantial School. As a mother and homemaker, Dee put the requirements of her spouse and children before her own. Later on in daily life, she concluded teaching as a nurse’s aide at Washington Clinic, and she liked doing work as a income clerk for Gabriel Brothers, Inc. till her retirement. In retirement, she ongoing to provide some others by earning and donating a lot of quilts and most just lately, by generating hundreds of masks to aid frontline workers in the course of the pandemic.
Dee was the most effective “Granny,” as her best pleasure was paying time with her loved ones, in particular her grandchildren, good-grandchildren and terrific-fantastic-grandchild. Always brief with a witty comment, Dee appreciated humor and she was a great listener. In a natural way curious about the planet about her, she enjoyed “Googling,” getting new recipes on the “net,” quilting, gardening, looking at, developing puzzles and observing Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy.
All companies will be personal. The household implies that pals rejoice Dee’s lifetime by generating memorial gifts to the American Cancer Modern society, the American Heart Association or to a charity of their alternative.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Greenlee’s Bentleyville Funeral Household, 619 Primary Road, Bentleyville. Guest guide and own condolences may be accessed at www.GreenleeFuneralHome.com.
Revealed by Observer-Reporter on Jul. 20, 2021.