Dorothy M. Einertson
Dorothy M. Einertson

September 3, 1934 - April 16, 2017
Born in Welby, CO
Resided in Parker, CO
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Dorothy M. Einertson, 82, was born September 3, 1934 in Welby Colorado
Dorothy lived in Parker, CO. where she Passed away on Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017.
Dorothy is survived by her Daughter Sharon K.(Shawn P.); Grandson Charles G. II(Vanessa); Granddaughter Mia M; Great granddaughter Arabella Elizabeth and
;Brothers Robert Harold and Gerald Anthony.
Dorothy is preceded in death by her Husband Orlo C. Einertson; Son Charles Gerarde ;Grandson baby boy Martin; Father Ralph Talarico; Mother Ann Walh; Sisters Delores Ann, Gloria Jean and; Brother Ralph Richard.

As a hard worker, Dorothy worked several jobs through out her life. Dorothy had to quit school after 8th grade to work on the trash route with her father and oldest brother.
Dorothy then worked at American Beauty, making pasta in the factor in Denver, CO.
After moving to Castle Rock in 1959 for her husbands new job as a State Patrolman, She began working as a waitress at George's diner.
In time, Dorothy worked at Ensign and Bickford in Louviers, CO making explosives.
Dorothy then moved on to working at the administration building in Castle Rock. Dorothy finished her career working at Castle Rock Elementary School, where she retied at the age of 62.
There are many great stories of Dorothy, she loved to make people laugh. and truly loved the people she loved. If she was teasing you, you knew she cared about you.
She loved to dance, the twist and jitterbug being of her favorites, and she actually taught dance. Dorothy loved music, especially if it had a beat she liked.
She was stubborn and always followed through with dares.

Stories of Dorothy are a constant reminder of how unique she was. For example it seems that her sister Gloria would pick and bully her older sister Delores, If mom would see this or find out, mom would take care of the situation. Mom did not like bullies and had no problem letting them know how she felt.
Dorothy's brother Robert was very sick as a kid and she would take him under her wing, she took care and played with him. He remembers that lovingly!
Dorothy shared her stories with her children about how she met the greatest love, her husband. They were each out on dates with other people. and were introduced to one another. After the
date was over, her future husband asked Dorothy out and they agreed to meet for a night out. On the night they were suppose to go out, they both decide to ditch each other, little did they know they would by happened chance see each other at a local bar called the Blue Blaze. When they arrived and saw each other they laughed and spent time getting to know each other, the rest was history. They were
married by the justice of the peace May 5, 1956. Later, Orlo (Husband) turned catholic for Dorothy and they renewed their vows in the catholic church at St. Francis of Assissi in Castle Rock. After Orlo's death of Lung cancer in 1990, she never dated or even interested in meeting anyone else. Dorothy was asked why she wouldn't date, and she would reply by saying" I finally had Orlo just how I wanted him, why would I want to start again?"
Five years ago, Dorothy lost the use of her kidneys. She was told she had to go to dialysis to survive. She hated the thought and hated how she felt after each treatment. Three days a week she had four hour sessions. In Feb of this year, she had been doing dialysis for five years. She still hated the process but told others that she didn't mind going, she loved the people that gave her treatment, they had become family.
Dorothy loved breakfast with her friends, bingo, movies, Jerry Springer, Judge Judy, Dr. Phil and other soap operas.
Dorothy loved her family and was extremely excited to meet her great grand daughter Arabella. Her heart was full watching her grow.
Dorothy emphasized how much everyone meant to her, especially to Sharon (Daughter).Dorothy thanked Sharon for always being there and continually told her what in the world would she do without her. The truth is that Dorothy helped everyone by listening, and giving advice. Nothing was left unsaid. Dorothy was her families biggest fan. Who knows what life would have been like without her. But now she is watching over us, it's limitless. "Thanks Mom I love you more than the whole wide world! Until we meet again" Love Sharon.

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Memorial Mass
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church
2746 Fifth Street
Castle Rock, CO US 80104
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
11:00 AM
Mount Olivet Cemetery
12801 West 44th Avenue
Wheat Ridge, CO US 80033
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
2:30 PM