Condolences for Dorothy A. Wolf
I am sending my most sincere condolences to everybody in Dorothy‘s family and to everybody who knew her. She always had that smile and chatty banter that made her always seem so energetic and happy. And that is how I will always remember her. Again, my most sincere condolences go out to George, Mike and the rest of the family. I’m sure she’s in a far better place now... 😇😊
From Joe Stekel
My thoughts and prayers are being sent to George, Mike and his family. Bangor lost a beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, friend and aunt. I remember the times I stayed on the farm when I was younger and not long ago George and Dorothy went with my husband and I to unknown places to them for lunch. We had such a great time. I sure will miss that. Now Dorothy, please give my hubby a big hug as you always would say in heaven for me. Love you, Aunt Dorothy...Fly high
From Sharon M. Mueller
I have many fond memories of Dorothy and her husband, George, as our bus drivers during childhood. Their faces were simply synonymous with the yellow school bus. Dorothy was also a member of the Dutch Creek Homemaker club along with my mother, Mary Berg. So many treasured memories from these ladies and their work together. God's peace to Dorothy's family.
From Sarah (Berg) Ferrington
George, Mike, Suzanne and Family,
My deepest sympathy to you in the loss of such a lovely, wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. I will always remember her kind caring way and smile. May treasured memories surround you and carry you through this difficult time.
From Laurie (Solberg) Krueger
I had the privilege of working with Dorothy on many a school trip, and we always had a good time. She was a great person, and held her students to a high standard of conduct and respect. I will always remember Dorothy as one of my favorite colleagues at BHS. My sincere condolences to George and the family.
From Theresa J Mitchell
Our condolences to George and the entire Wolf family. Dorothy always waved to me when I met her on the road while she was driving bus. You could tell she really enjoyed it. She also would say hi to me when I saw her somewhere. I will always remember that.
From Terry Beron
Our sincere sympathy to George and family. I wi! treasure the memories of visiting with her at your "family breakfasts" at Cindy's. She always had a smile for us.
From Robert and Eileen Collins
My thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this most difficult time in your life!
From Viola Skogen
Condolences to the family of Dorothy Wolf especially George and Mike. During my 26 years at Bangor I had the privilege to work with Dorothy as she and George both drove bus for the district. Dorothy was a kind and gentle lady who delivered countless children to and from school safely each day. Rest in peace Dorothy!
From Roger Foegen
Our family’s sympathies and prayers to Dorothy’s family, especially to George and Mike. Always enjoyed Dorothy’s corn balls in the fall and rosettes at Christmas time while growing up. She also got me to school safely all those years even with a treat now and again, and for me, she will always be a part of my memories.
From Gregg Wolf