Dorothy L. "Dot" Stapp

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July 1, 1926 - May 16, 2018
Born in Neely's Landing, MO
Resided in St. Peters, MO

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Dorothy L. “Dot” Stapp (nee Williamson), of Saint Peters, MO, passed away Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at the age of 91. Loving wife of the late Paul Achilles Stapp; beloved daughter of the late Russel H. and Mae Williamson (nee Craft); dearest sister of Rose (the late Lloyd) Schuessler, Cline (Betty) Williamson, and Jimmy (Marilyn) Williamson; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends. Dorothy is preceded in death by her three Brothers, Jackie Williamson, Robert "Bob" Williamson, and Tony Williamson.

Dot was a strong Christian woman who attended Oak Ridge Baptist Church regularly and taught Sunday school. She read the Bible every night and read it through many times. Dot was an excellent cook and gardener, mixing her crafts by using what she grew for meals and canning. Dot loved socializing with her friends and playing cards. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

Memorial contributions may be made in Dorothy’s honor to the wishes of the family in care of Nancy Sells.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Steve and Florence Lunsford May 17, 2018 at 7:12 pm - Reply

    Aunt Dorothy was perhaps the most wonderful and loving person, truly a gift from God. She help raise me in my early teen years when we moved to St. Louis. Dorothy was a loving and patient person whom I never heard a bad word about her. She was very special to me and I loved her very much. There is a void in my heart today, but yet, I’m happy for her because yesterday, she went to a new home, a mansion with our Lord Jesus Christ. I know she is now reunited with Paul and her Mom and Dad. She is free from pain now and will alway be free from troubles. Our prayers go out to the family and especially her Sister Rose and nieces who cared for her in her later years. They were so caring and loving and I know God will have a special place for them when they will join Aunt Dorothy. May God Bless each and every member of the families and protect them in the forth coming years. Aunt Dorothy is smiling now and is looking down to her earthly family with love and so is our Lord Jesus for he now has a beautiful loving lady. CORUM DEO

  2. Sheree Williamson May 18, 2018 at 9:59 am - Reply

    Aunt Dorothy was a wonderful aunt. I loved her dearly and always enjoyed every time we got to be together. She was a strong influence on me when I was growing up and definitely a favorite aunt (and Uncle Paul was a favorite uncle). She was a strong woman and had a good influence on anyone around her. I know she is so happy right now reuniting with her loved ones and being able to praise God. Love you Aunt Dorothy!!

  3. Carlita Davis May 20, 2018 at 11:21 am - Reply

    Aunt Dorothy was the kind and loving Aunt that anyone would like to have. I have very special memories of her and Uncle Paul from all of the summers I got to spend with them. I especially remember when she would play the piano with Grandpa Williamson on his fiddle. Those were especially the best times I remember growing up. She is at peace and finally reunited with the love of her life.
    My thoughts and prayers go out to all who helped make her last years as comfortable as they good. God Bless!

  4. Charles Dunn June 25, 2018 at 6:40 pm - Reply

    She was a great friend with our family”Dunns” We had many a good times together and lots of card games. She was just one great Christian lady. Lots of great church times at FBC St Peters and Oak Ridge. Tops on the cooking, she fixed some great food.
    Charles and Sharon Dunn

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