Jeane Dodson, 86

Jeane T. Dodson, 86, of Minford, died Thursday, August 25 at the SOMC Hospice Center in Portsmouth, Ohio. Born August 22, 1925 in Lawrence County, Kentucky, to the late Erna and Bonnie Patton Thompson, she was also preceded in death by her brother, Charles, in 2004. Jeane is survived by her husband of 61 years, William M. Dodson; daughter Rebecca J. Dodson of Morehead, Kentucky; son William E. (Ellen) Dodson of Minford; grandsons Daniel Dodson of Columbus (and his fiancée Dinah Carson) and Andrew (Stacy) Dodson along with great-grandsons Isaiah and Braden of Wheelersburg. She was a graduate of Breckinridge Training School and Morehead State Teachers College, a retired art and home economics teacher in the Minford school district, as well as an avid flower gardener and member of area garden clubs. She was richly blessed from having been an active member of the following churches during her lifetime: First Baptist Church, Morehead, Kentucky; Immanuel Baptist Church, New Boston, Ohio; and Grace Baptist Church, Minford, Ohio.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, August 28, 2011 at Erwin-Dodson-Allen Funeral Home in Minford with family friend, evangelist Patrick Gampp officiating. Burial will follow at 5:00 p.m. at Greenlawn Cemetery in Louisa, Kentucky. Friends may call at the funeral home from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Saturday and one hour prior to the service on Sunday. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.edafh.com.

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11 Responses to “Jeane Dodson, 86”

  1. Kelly Emmons (Jenkins) Says:

    I am deeply saddened by the news and my thoughts are with you. Mrs. Dodson meant a great deal to me and was a huge and very positive influence on my life. I am a high school art teacher because of this lovely lady. I will do my beset to pass on what she has given me. I loved her.

  2. Loretta Compton McGraw Says:

    So sorry for your loss. Had Mrs Dodson in EC. She was such a sweet lady. My prayers go out to all of you. You have always been there for my family when we lost a loved one and for that I thank you. So know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Loretta

  3. Janie Baldridge Says:

    Becky, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time and the days to follow.

  4. Jamie Mastey(McKenzie) Says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Dodson’s passing. She was my World Cultures teacher in high school. We had such fun in that class and she taught me alot. She was a great lady and will be truly missed. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  5. Timothy Doyle Says:

    Mrs. Dodson was a grand lady who cared deeply for her students. I am proud to have been one. My condolences and support for her family.

  6. Linda Erickson Says:

    Life is about the story, and cousin Jeanne plays promently in my story. Growing up in rural Kentucky and having an older cousin (who was very smart and pretty),to set the pace for education, caring and sharing, made a mark on my life. I also became a Home Ec. teacher. We cousins from “the country” got to go to the “city” of Morehead to visit our older cousins, Jeanne and Charles, and our aunt Bonnie and Uncle Ern. That was a VERY big deal. When Jeanne and Bill got married we weren’t sure we had anything good enough to wear to the wedding. But our mother sewed dresses for my sister and me, and herself, and we hauled out our black patent leather shoes that we got for Easter, and not only did we look spiffy, but had the time of our lives!! Cousin Jeanne was loved, and will be missed by all who knew her. Our condolences to the family.

    Love,
    Linda Patton Erickson,and husband Paul
    Hillsboro, Oregon

  7. Pam Kallner and Tom Stockham Says:

    Mrs. Dodson was an gifted teacher and a grand lady who nurtured us from 1st-12th grade(1958-1970). Memories and pearls of wisdom she shared with us…Art class in 1st grade when she let us do finger painting. Art Development where we learned to identify famous artists’ works, “Botticelli, you can see their bellies.” Home Design class where we designed our future home, made hooked rugs and learned the most important rule, “Form follows function.” MHS greatly benefited from such a creative and talented educator. May she rest in Peace surrounded by the “Masters.” Condolences to the family.

  8. Kathleen Pigg Says:

    Dear Becky,

    Thinking of you during this time. Kathleen

  9. Jane Bennett Wolfinger Says:

    Sorry to hear about your loss. Your mom was a wonderful person and she was such a part of Minford High School when we were growing up. Love and prayers to you and your family.

    Sincerely,
    Jane Bennett Burchett Wolfinger

  10. Ray & Marisa White Says:

    Becky,
    Marisa and I are so sorry to learn of your precious mother’s passing. May you find great comfort, peace, and reassurance from our Lord during this time.

  11. Chipper and Suanne Bushong Says:

    Becky,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your faith comfort you and may the Lord wrap you and your family in His love and bring you peace.

    Sincerely,
    Chipper and Suanne Bushong

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