Dorothy May Creed

29th May 1931 - 24th February 2021

Dear Dorothy
dottie
dot

Our darling mum passed away on the 24th February 2021, a little short of her 90th Birthday, and while it certainly wasn’t unexpected it was a sad demise and a painful loss.

Dorothy remained in her home with Mark and Mandy through until the end. She was showered with love and kindness and in spite of the ravages of her dementia, she regularly recognised and remembered her family, so knew she was safe , never alone. 

– Mark & Mandy

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The Leader Newspaper 3/3/21

CREED, Dorothy May (Maiden – Robinson) of Lyndoch aged 89. Passed away peacefully at home with family by her side on 24th February 2021. Widow to Stanley Creed. Dorothy/Dottie/Mum was a powerful presence, she worked hard with great integrity, lived fully seizing opportunity, but always putting others needs ahead of her own. Resilient in the face of great adversity, compassionate and empathetic to the vulnerable, and a deeply loyal friend. Her passion was family and animals, especially the many dogs who enriched her life. There will not be a public funeral service however the family look forward to sharing personal time with all friends and family in coming weeks and months. We will commemorate Mum’s life through video, photos and communication via the following website where friends and family can share Dorothy’s life, share stories or just stay in touch. www.creed.com.au Please call the funeral home for viewing time. No flowers by request, Donations (in lieu) to Barossa Wildlife Rescue (please note Dorothy Creed) BSB: 085-599 ACC: 946543997

Saying goodbye

The Family have chosen not to have a traditional public funeral ceremony, but will hold a private memorial.
Dorothy is in the safe care of family friends at Barossa Funeral Homes, and it is here where friends and family may visit her for one last chat and gesture of love. Please contact Marianne or Dennis at Barossa Funerals on (08) 85263 0900

Mark and Mandy have spoken with, or contacted many friends and family and now look forward to personally meeting up over the coming weeks and months for a few drinks and sharing some of those wonderful memories of Dot and Stan

Barossa Wildlife Rescue

Dot was a passionate advocate for all creatures great and small. She had a legendary reputation for loving the dogs in her life, as well as feeding birds and donating towards native animal protection.
In lieu of flowers, we encourage everyone to consider donating funds to Barossa Wildlife Rescue, an incredible organisation in Dot's own little town of Lyndoch.

Dorothy's Story

In recent times we've discovered and uncovered a number of lovely photos and videos which go some way in telling the story of Dorothy.
While we can't present everything at this current moment, work is underway to produce a heartwarming memorial to our dear Dorothy.
So . . . Watch this space, or add your contact details to the register (CONTACT) so we can let you know when we have an update to share,

This Website

for the coming weeks and months this website will be dedicated to celebrating our lovely memories of Dot and Stan. But we’ll slip in a few lovely dog snippets along the way.

We will be updating with some lovely material in relation to Dot and Stan but also over the coming months we’ll share some family and friend moments for a few people to reminisce.