Dolores E. Forman-Miller

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Dolores E. (Sinz) Forman-Miller, born in Dinner Creek Township, MN on Mar. 3, 1929 to Irving L. and Ovidia A. Winger, passed away on Oct. 26, 2012 at the Apache Junction Health Center.

She is survived by her children: Marjorie Page of Kearny, Edith Sawyer of Winkelman, Robert (Janet) Sinz of Tacoma, Karen (Jay) Collins of Kearny, Fred (Kiana) Sinz of Kannapolis, NC and Jeanne (Steve) Hartless of Show Low; her grandchildren: James Page Jr, Bonnie (Scott) Cowan, John Sawyer, Lawrence (Rebekah) Sawyer, Jacob Sawyer, Leon (Roshell) Sawyer, Donna Stebbings, Darren Sinz, Amanda (Eric) Mullenix, Laura Sinz, Bethany Payton, Jason (Pam) Collins, Heidi (Ryan) Patterson and Chad (Sara) Denton; 16 great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter.

At Dollie’s request, there will not be any funeral services, but, family and friends will gather together at a later date to honor her life.

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