Dorothy E. Finkle

September 18, 1935 - March 1, 2020

Age 84, of Silver Springs, NY, passed away on March 1, 2020 at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw.

She was born September 18, 1935 in Silver Springs, daughter of the late Kenneth and Dorothy Sweeney Uptegrove. Dorothy enjoyed all types of arts and crafts as well as ceramics. She was a member of the Silver Springs United Methodist Church.

Dorothy was predeceased by her husband, Donald Finkle who died in 2002.

Surviving are her son, Thomas (Jody) Finkle of Silver Springs; her granddaughters, Ashley Finkle and Autumn Storms; her sisters, Fay Evans of Venice, LA, Marlene Uptegrove of Centerville, Darlene (Al) Cook of Warsaw; several nieces and nephews. Dorothy was the mother of the late Kenneth Finkle and Donald Finkle and sister of the late Anna Boutwell, Kay Freeman, Robert Uptegrove, William Uptegrove and Thomas Uptegrove.

There are no calling hours. Private burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Silver Springs. Memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-9959 or the Silver Springs Fire Department, PO Box 117, Silver Springs, NY 14550.

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Mar 5.20 from Tom and Cathy Uptegrove:

  So sorry to hear Aunt Dorothy passed she was a wonderful lady. She will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.❤️

Mar 4.20 from Scoot and caroline caryl and faimly:

We are sorry to hear about aunt dot

Mar 4.20 from Jean(Lowden) Sullivan:

Tom,Jody and Ashley,
I am sorry to hear Dottie has passed, but I know she is where she has longed to be since losing her Love Don.
  We shared many good times together over 50 years whether it was just us girls or when we got together as couples and played the pennies board game and laughed like we were playing for big bucks.. She was a talented lady from crocheting to ceramics, making her candy or decorating cakes for special occasions or just being a good wife, mother or friend. Always remember her fondly and keep the special memories close to your hearts.  It was my pleasure to know her and enjoy many fun filled times with her and I pray she and Don are smiling down on you while Skipper stands along side them.  God Bless you,
Sincere Sympathy, Jean

Mar 4.20 from Sharon Boutwell :

So sorry here.  About aunt dot

Mar 4.20 from KiMBOUTWEll:

So sorry to hear about aunt dot