Dorothy's Story

PRESQUE ISLE - Dorothy Dyer Shaw

Born October 11, 1925

Died October 3, 2014

Dorothy was the daughter of Alton and Eunice (Mooers) Dyer Of Presque Isle.

Dorothy lived in Presque Isle where she raised her family of five children. She and her husband John where the proud owners of Shaw Minnko Inc. for over 35 years. She was a fixture at all Wildcat sporting events and will be missed by family, friends and her fellow sports fans.

She is survived by her daughter-in-law Karen, two sons Barry and his wife Raylene, James and his wife Linda and two daughters Susan and her husband John Johnston, and Kristi and her husband Robb Kingsbury. She was the loving grandmother of Tiffany and Carl Bindoo, Chad Shaw, Samantha and Jeff Gardener, Amanda Shaw, Vanessa Shaw and Josh, Irene and Jeff Prager, April Kouhoupt, Jennifer and Derrick Carlow, Jamie and Travis Blair, Travis Shaw, Cassie Carson, Joshua Johnston, Shawn and Tiffany Johnston, Robb Johnston, Adam Kingsbury and Amanda, Dillon Kingsbury, Krystal Kingsbury and Molly Kingsbury. Great grand children Harrison, Portia, Victoria, Sidney, Taylor, Chloe, Wyatt, Warren, Cailyn, Lily, Emma, Ryan, Brenna, Annie, Cody, Chandler, Gavin, Emma, Maddy, Laynee. One sister Arlene Weeks of New Hampshire and one brother Ralph Dyer of Arkansas. Several nieces and nephew and a very special cousin, Jim Nevers.

Predeceased by her parents, husband John, son Allan, sisters Ruth Marzulli and husband John, Majorie Gettinger, sister-in-law Louise Dyer, brother-in-law Lew Weeks and cousin Sheila Shaw.

Viewing hours will be held Monday, October 6 from 6:00-8:00PM at the Duncan Graves Funeral Home. A service honoring Dorothy's life will be held Tuesday, October 7 at 1:00PM at Bethany Baptist Church, 24 Second Street, Presque Isle.

In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations be made in Dorothy's name to the Allan R. Shaw Scholarship Fund, c/o Tiffany Shaw Bindoo, 2140 Hyde Street, San Francisco, CA 94109.
Published in Bangor Daily News
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