Dorine M. Moll

June 22, 1941

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March 3, 2021

Dorine M. Moll

June 22, 1941

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March 3, 2021

Our loving mother, Dorine, passed away peacefully, surrounded by her five children on March 3, 2021.

Born in Barnesville, Minnesota, to Kenneth and Edna Carr, she was one of eight children. She married the love of her life, Floyd Moll, on Oct. 23, 1961. They shared 44 years of marriage until he passed away in October 2005. Not a day went by that Mom did not miss Dad and now they are together for eternity in God’s hands.

She devoted her life to raising her five children. She worked as a waitress as her children were growing up. In 1985, she joined Dad working road construction, either running the roller or holding a flag, sharing her wit with anyone who she stopped. They enjoyed many years traveling together until retirement in 2000.

She is survived by her children, James (Carolyn) Moll, LeeAnn (Scott) Forshee, Jeffery (Lori) Moll, Shelly Beck, Barbara (David) Franck; 11 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren; one sister, Kay Hedblum of Minneapolis; numerous nieces and nephews; and many friends.

Dorine was preceded in death by her husband, six siblings and two grandchildren, Chelsea and Scott Jr.

Mom was not afraid to tell it like it is or share a witty comment. She could make anyone laugh at any time. Mom will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Montana Rescue Mission or The Humane Society.

Visitation will begin 10:00 A.M. followed by Funeral Services at 12:00 P.M. Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary with interment in Holy Cross Cemetery.

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19 thoughts on “Dorine M. Moll”

  1. So sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I always enjoyed visiting with her. My thoughts and prayers are with all f you.

  2. Mom, I love you and will forever miss you. My heart breaks today and I take solace in knowing you are with the love of your life. I will always cherish our moments together and I will be forever grateful I was able to hold your hand in your final moments. You left us with grace and dignity and told us it was OK. Dad was waiting with open arms for the love of his life. May you embrace each for eternity and rest knowing you were surrounded by your children who loved you and loved each other.

  3. DORINE, I WILL MISS YOU TREMENDOUSLY~~BUT YOU ARE NOW SAFE IN THE ARMS OF GOD AND AT PEACE. WITH YOUR HUBBY, FLOYD YOU BOTH ARE WALKING THE STREETS OF GOLD UP THERE IN HEAVEN.~ BECAUSE OF THE COVID 19, I WILL NOT BE ATTENDING YOUR MEMORIAL SERVICE~I HAVE TO BE SO VERY CAREFUL BECAUSE OF MY ASTHMA~~AND I KNOW YOU WILL UNDERSTAND~BUT I WILL BE WITH YOU THERE IN SPIRIT AND THOUGHTS.~ I FEEL SO SORRY FOR ALL YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS THAT ARE LEFT BEHIND BUT ONE DAY WE WILL ALL BE TOGETHER AGAIN. JUST REMEMBER I LOVE YOU~~!!

  4. Bruce, the kids, and I are so sorry to hear about your mom. We know you will miss her and pray that you find comfort in each other and keep the best memories close.

  5. We met at curves about 18 years ago. We shared many fun and great time as Red Hat Divas.
    Dorine was alway up for just about anything. Our Thursday coffee group will speak of you often.
    We will raise a cup to you in friendship and love. I am better for have knowing you. Morgan and I will cherish you i our hearts as long as we live.

  6. I am so blessed to have gotten to Know Dorine better this past summer and fall. I enjoyed her wit, sass, and humor. There will be sadness when I look across the street and know longer see her. She talked about her Floyd so many times, and is now reunited with him once more. I will miss her at our neighborhood gatherings, but she will be celebrated when we get together and continue with these. I pray for your sadness to lessen and for your grief to heal you, over time, of your loss.

  7. When I was a kid Dorine and Floyd came to our house and played cards with my parents! The laughter was endless. They are playing again in Heaven. Rest In Peace and prayers for her family!

  8. Terri Kelleher

    LeeAnn and family, I’m so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. My thoughts are with you today. Terri (Johnson) Kelleher.

  9. I am very sorry for your loss. I so liked your mom. Even though I didn’t see her much, she was often in my thoughts, as are you guys. I so enjoyed being included on your family cruise, a few years back. Going forward, please know, my family and I have you in our thoughts and prayers. Be sure to take care of yourselves and to take care of each other. Love to you all.

  10. Charlene Bodine

    Dear Barbara and family
    I was sorry to see your mother passed away. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Charlene Bodine

  11. Aneta E Dillerud

    I just found out about Dorine’s death. We were classmates back in Barnesville and Gail ( another classmate) and I stopped to see her on our trips out west. I will miss her laugh, her wit, and her honesty – Dorine told it like it was! Hugs to her family.

  12. Our neighborhood will not be the same without Dorine here. Our family truly enjoyed getting to know Dorine and her pup. She was avery proud mother and grandmother.

    My son loved the fact he could always count on Dorine to say it how it was and provide him with a good laugh.

    Jeremy, Ariane, Boomer and Payten

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