Dorothy Mabrey

May 10, 1938 - November 3, 2014
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Dorothy (Jedziniak) Mabrey,76, Ludlow passed away on Monday, November 3, 2014. She was born in South Hadley, MA on May 10, 1938 to the late Frederick and Adella (Mol) Jedzinaik.

Dot was educated in local schools and worked for many years as a data entry manager for Sweet Life Foods. She was a communicant of Mary Mother of Hope Church in Springfield. Dot loved animals, especially dogs. She adopted and provided a wonderful, loving home to many retired greyhounds over the years.

She is survived by her brother Frank Jedziniak of Chicopee and her close friend Cathy Musiak of Ludlow. Dot also leaves several nieces and nephews. Sadly she was predeceased by her sisters Christine and Stacia.

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Family and friends are invited to gather for Dorothys Funeral Service on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 10:00 AM at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home, 64 Sewall St, Ludlow, MA followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM in Mary Mother of Hope Church, Page Blvd, Springfield. Rites of Committal will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery Mausoleum, Tinkham Road, Springfield.

Gate of Heaven Cemetery
421 Tinkham Road
Springfield, MA 1129


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Born: May 10, 1938
Died: November 3, 2014

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Mavis Berry Pechette posted on 1/1/15

I am so sorry to hear of Bonnie's passing. I remember her as a very happy youngster, always smiling and helping others. I know she will be missed by her family and all who knew her.


Tonya Zittel McIntyre posted on 1/1/15

I also had Miss Galloway as a kindergarten teacher at Banner in 1968. What joy she brought to us, since she was our size. I was just talking about her last week to my work colleagues. Sorry for your loss, just remember she touched many lives and will always be remembered.


Margaret McNab posted on 1/1/15

I am so sorry to hear about Ms. Galloway. She was my teacher also at Banner School back in the 70's. I remember I would pretend I was sick because my Grandmother was visiting and she would give me a ride home because my mother didn't drive. She was the sweetest teacher I ever had and will remember her always. She was a true gift.


Shawn Collier posted on 1/1/15

Bonnie was my Uncle Bob's partner. She became my aunt. With both of us being teachers, we had a special bond. Bonnie was one of the most caring people that I know. She was always thinking of others. I will miss her thoughtfulness, wisdom, sense of humor, and love.


Shawn Collier posted on 1/1/15

Bonnie was my Uncle Bob's partner. She became my aunt. With both of us being teachers, we had a special bond. Bonnie was one of the most caring people that I know. She was always thinking of others. I will miss her thoughtfulness, wisdom, sense of humor, and love.


Robert Evert posted on 1/1/15

What can I say that hasn't been said by ALL of her friends. She brought such joy and an understanding of life that I really never knew. It was a wonderful 27 yrs. She is gone -but she will never be forgotten. I loved her dearly and alway's will. MAY SHE REST in PEACE.


Diane and Terry King posted on 1/1/15

Bonnie was a very special friend and neighbor. I didn't know her as a teacher but I'm sure she was a wonderful teacher because she loved children. We always felt so welcome into her home and she was always so appreciative of any some favor that she needed to have done. What an inspiration she was, for her true belief in God was so real and her belief in the power of prayer. We love you Bonnie. Our prayers are for your family and your special Love, Bob, and all your beautiful kittys


Cynthia Geogre posted on 1/1/15

I had Miss Galloway as a kindergarten teacher back in 1974-75. When I got home from my first day of school my mom asked me who my teacher was and I told her that I couldn't remember her name and said that she sure was short (at that time I didn't know about little people).


Jean & Jim Matthews posted on 1/1/15

Our thoughts and prayers are with Bonnies family and friends. Bonnie made a difference in many peoples lives and will always be remembered. I know how it is to loose a family member and there is not a day that goes by that I do not remember my brother who died at an early age. Time lessens the pain but it will never go away. Have faith. Take Care Jean and Jim


Clara Anne Berry Crittenden posted on 1/1/15

I had lost track of Bonnie over the years but have fond memories of Bonnie and some fun times in Girl Scouts. I too was a kindergarten teach for thirty years . Yes, she would have been a fun person for children to learn life's lessons. My sympathy to Gladys and Tom. Clara Anne Berry Crittenden


Lorraine Fish posted on 1/1/15

My dearest friend, that i have spent many hours with and i helped her with her class many times. I had two grandsons in her class. I was also her caretaker for about four years. I loved you then and still do. We had a real bond with each other. I know you are in the hands of the lord!:) God Bless your Family!:)


Maria Sauceda/Angeline Sauceda posted on 1/1/15

My sister and I wanted to send our condolences to the family of Miss Galloway, as she was our kindergarten teacher in the the early seventies while teaching at Banner Elementary in Bridgeport. She was a very pleasant teacher, I still remeber her voice and her laugh we have fond memories of her. I'm sure that she is in heaven just as happy as I remember her.


Anonymous posted on 1/1/15

bonnie, though its only been 16 years, i feel like its a lifetime. you obviously have brought alot, and i mean alot of joy to everyone you have touched. sleep well we will see you soon in the early hours. my sencere condolences to bob his family, glady's tom and family, as well as freinds. amazing grace