SS Peter and Paul Church
Thursday November 19th, 2020
4:00pm - 8:00pm
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Dorothy C. Brandt
Dorothy C. Brandt, nee Thiele, 94, of Maeystown, IL, died November 15, 2020, in New Athens, IL. She was born April 12, 1926, in Valmeyer, IL.
She is survived by her children Lloyd R. Brandt and Luann (Dale) Walsh; sons-in-law William (Carol) Roseman, Orval Rodenberg; grandchildren Susan, David, Michael, & Pamela (Scott Epping) Roseman, Gwen (Paul) Wilson, Gary (Caroline) Rodenberg, Brad (Ali) Buettner, Randy (Jennifer) Buettner, Kevin (Nikki Mathews) Buettner, and John (Connie Jones) Hern; and several great grandchildren; brothers Ray (Gladys) Thiele & Lee (Alicia) Kinney; brother-in-law Vernon Brandt; sister-in-law Doris Stamm; nieces; nephews; and cousins.
Dorothy is preceded in death by her husband Ralph Brandt; daughters Louise Roseman and Lynne Rodenberg; parents William H. Thiele (Hilda) and Maria (nee Schwing) Kinney (Charles); sister Marguerite Ann Brandt.
She was a member of the Waterloo VFW Auxiliary (50+ years), American Legion Auxiliary (Waterloo & Columbia, 60+ years); Maeystown Women's Fellowship (50+ years), St. John United Church of Christ - Maeystown, Hoyleton Youth & Family Services, Hike & Bike Walk-A-Thon Hoyleton, New Athens Home Volunteer & Board, Illinois South Conference Delegate (35+ years), Maeystown Civic Assoc., Maeystown Preservation Society, Afghans for Project Linus, recipient of Volunteer of the Year - Monroe County RSVP Program, and Hoyleton Volunteer of the Year.
As an expression of sympathy the family prefers memorial contributions to:
Hoyleton Youth and Family Services, Maeystown Civic Assn., or Donor's Choice
4 PM to 8 PM Thursday, November 19, 2020 at Quernheim Funeral Home
Private family services.
Pastor Patrick Poole officiating
Interment at St. John Cemetery in Maeystown, IL
Edward F. Lekosky, II
To her family.
New feelings come,
Old feelings go,
But everything feels the same to me.
Some people die,
The rest of us should remember their lives.
Let us remember the love and care she gave throughout her long life.
Edward Lekosky Nov 20 2020 12:00 AM
Aunt Dorothy was quite a woman of accomplishment. We should aim to be more giving of our time and talents. She will be missed by many.
Kathi Horvath Nov 18 2020 12:00 AM
To the family,
I knew Dorothy as Grandma, (Susan's). She had a quick wit and beautiful eyes. She was a strong woman, someone to be admired. Though I only met her in person a few times over many years, I felt that I knew her via Susan's stories.
You are in our thoughts and prayers,
Kerry Ott Nov 18 2020 12:00 AM
A candle was lit in memory of Dorothy Brandt
Melissa King Nov 17 2020 12:00 AM
To the family,
My sincere condolences on the loss of someone so dear to so many. Dorothy and I became good friends, neighbors and she was my mentor. She was always ready to hand out advice when I was upset about something, and would remind me that I shouldn't worry about things I couldn't change. She was always there with a treat for me and would come out to visit whenever I was across the street working on flowers or working on hers. I will miss her kind, sweet voice, her vegetable and chicken noodle soup. In all of her pain that she was having she made sure I had soup to eat when my daughter was having surgery. Dorothy was one of a kind, for sure, and I will miss bringing her bread and just seeing her. Rest in peace, my dear friend.
Sandy Tutka and husband Bill
Sandy Tutka Nov 17 2020 12:00 AM