Condolences for George Dormstetter Jr.

Jan Miller posted on 4/1/20

Lorrie and James,your dad was a great man and I will miss his company and sense of humor when he came to visit. Thoughts and prayers are with your family


Jack Regis, Jr. posted on 3/31/20

George is a good man with a great sense of humor. I enjoyed going through my days as a student at SJC high school and the years after working with George on Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons collecting and grading football sheets. He also had a part in my interest to become an EMT. He was one of the gentlest men I ever met. Prayers for peace and comfort to his family and RIP George.


Joanne Misenhelder posted on 3/30/20

Sorry for your loss Lori, thinking of you.


Debbie Dormstetter Wilson posted on 3/29/20

I have so many fond memories of a great man. Much love to Jimmy and Lorrie.


Diane Bickerstaff posted on 3/29/20

Lorri, Again I want to say how sorry I am at your dad's passing. But I know he's in a better place with your mom. Love you, Diane



Joe and Mary DeGenova posted on 3/29/20

Our deepest sympathies to you at the loss of your father. George was a kind and gentle soul.


Lorri Dormstetter posted on 3/29/20

Hey Dad -- What can I possibly say now that I haven't told you in the past few months? I'm so proud to have you as my Dad. I know at times we didn't see eye to eye but who does? We understood each other & made our forgiveness. You always protected me & instilled values & ethics that I'll keep & hold onto forever. You taught me to be a strong independent person & to work hard to get what I want. There was nothing better than spending time with you every weekend. I'm so glad you're at peace now. No more pain. Enjoy your new eternal life with Mom & family & friends where you're all young & full of life. Give them all a big hug & kiss for me Remember you promised to be my Angel -- watch over protect & guide me, Herb & Jim I miss you dearly. Until we meet again -- All my Love to you Forever & Always, Lorri