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Rest in peace my old classmate....thanks for taking care of a kid from Little Creek...you and H. K.always had my back.
We will all miss Dorman's great smile and positive attitude. His Homecoming Celebration is complete.
Donna Herd Hobbs
Lees Summit Mo 64081
sorry for your loss
Bob & Geraldine Niblett
So sorry to hear about Dorman’s passing.. such a good friend to us… blessings sent to the family.. he was one of the good guys.
Dorman was a high school classmate and good friend.
Don and Beth Johnson
Always loved visiting with Dorman and his family. He was such an encouraging person with his thoughtfulness and wit. I worked 2 summers helping with the farm after Dorman and H K had left home, so got to know the family well. Had hoped to come to the funeral, but just moved to Plano, and have a conflict. I will miss Dorman, for a while, but will see him again someday. I love to get to know Richard.
Larry G Sallee
Fort Worth, Tx
He is with the Lord.
Bobby & Brenda Ogle
Bro. Richard praying for you and your family and celebrate with you the home going of your Dad into the arms of Jesus. We love you, Bobby & Brenda
Eagle Rock , MO
Deepest sympathy goes to Dormans family for the loss of a great father, grandfather and friend. He will be missed by all.
Monty & Joyce Thompson
Our hearts go out to the family..was in the same Sunday school class.always ready to help....In a much better place no pain... .
Pastor Steve Dighton
I love Dorman Sallee, he was kind, considerate, loving and faithful. He was the consummate churchman. He always came early for SS which gave me a chance to interact with him each week while he was at LBC. I had the privilege of doing the memorial service for Marg 10 years ago and then I lost the opportunity to connect. I was glad to learn he ended up at FBC Kearney. Love and prayers to Rich and Wendy Psalms 116:15, Pastor Steve
Dear family, I just saw from a friend on Facebook that Dorman had passed away. I was secretary at First Southern Baptist church and my husband Bucky, was pastor after Bill Pauling. We considered Dorman a friend. He would come and mow and drink coffee with his buddies at church. What a sweet, sweet man. Prayers for you all. Cindy and Bucky Hitchcock