Dorothy Susan Benson

Aug 8, 1933 – May 11, 2017

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Dorothy Susan Benson, daughter of Casper and Angnes Hills, was born on August 8, 1933 and passed away on May 11, 2017 from cancer.

Dorothy was born in Spooner, Wisconsin.  The family moved to Washington in the 1940's,  Dorothy graduated from Foster High School.  She is survived by her two sons, Douglas and Rodney and her daughter-in-law Rita.

Dorothy met Irving Benson at the Renton Triple X Barrel Drive-in in September, 1951.  They married on August 8, 1952.  Iring passed away on April 18, 2007.

She enjoyed may pastimes including reading and occasional trips to local casinos.  In earlier years she and Irving traveled in their motor home and camped with their camping group.

Many grandchildren, nieces and nephews as well as many friends will miss her deeply.

She is not lost our dearest love,

Nor has she traveled far,

Just stepped inside home's lovliest room

And left the door ajar.



Diane Cronin and Anne Meehan
Brewster, MA
Aug 30, 2018

To Doug and Rod,

Anne and I knew your mom through our Uncle Al for many years. We always enjoyed her company when we went to Seattle with her champagne and strawberries.

We have been thinking about your mom and tried to call her when we found her obiturary that she passed away last May, 2017.

Anne and I are heartbroken that she lost her fight with cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. She was great! Always loved our visits with her.

Anne and Diane

Deanna Olsen Meserole
Seattle, Wa
Jun 17, 2017

The Tanzinis
Los angeles, Ca
Jun 4, 2017

Forever in our hearts and memories. Aunt Dotty will be sorely missed. Our love and condolences to Doug, Rita and Rod. With deepest condolences, Gloria, Gia, Pete and Philip

Douglas k Benson
Edgewood, Wa
May 26, 2017

Mom you will be greatly missed, but you are with Dad now and Rod and I have many many memories that we will allways have close to our hearts.

Love you Mom

Your loving son


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