Green Burial

Dorothy Lucille Talmon


Talmon, Dorothy

Dorothy Lucille Talmon, the daughter of William and Edna Mier, was born on December 9, 1927, and died Friday, June 16, 2017 at her home in Lawrence, Kansas.  She was 89 years old.

She was married to her one and only true love, Chester Charles Talmon, who passed before her. They met on a blind date through a friend and were married in Atchison, Kansas on March 12, 1948.

Dorothy leaves behind two children, a daughter, Pamela Talmon/McClain of Overland Park, KS and a son, Ted L. Talmon & wife Leslie Lawton Talmon of Durango, Colorado, 5 grandchildren, (Kelly Erwin, Justin Berry, Josh Talmon, Seth Talmon and Skylar Masten) and 6 great grandchildren.

Dorothy worked retail throughout her career in Lawrence at Round Corner Drug Co., Weavers Department Store, Walmart and K-Mart.

A strong, independent and supportive wife and mother she will be remembered as.  She lived most of her life in Lawrence, Kansas.  In her later years she made her home in Tennessee and Nebraska, but returned recently to Lawrence, where she called HOME.

Services will be Wednesday, June 21st at 10:30 a.m. at Warren McElwain Mortuary, followed by graveside services at Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence.  The family will greet friends from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at the mortuary.

Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to “Star Living-Home Plus”, in care of Warren McElwain Mortuary.

 

   
   

Leave a condolence

Email addresses will not be displayed on this site.

  • Barb Young Innes says:

    I have fond memories of her in the 1960’s when Pam and I were great friends! She will be so missed. My prayers are with you and your brother!

  • Rita Haugh Oates says:

    Dear Ted, I am so sorry for your loss, especially when it comes so soon after Leslie’s mother’s death in March. Remember the good times and memories. We were both lucky to have our moms with us for so many years.
    Peace, Rita