Dorothy Ann Dunlap, 87, passed away Jan. 29, 2018. Preceded in death by her parents, John T. and Mary M. Dunlap Survived by first cousins, Mary Lois Blood (Frederick) Davenport, David (Jeanette) Walker, many second and third cousins, and many dear friends. Dorothy was born May 21, 1930, in Brush, Colo. She taught many years in School District 60. Longtime member of St. Paul UMC where she attended the Homebuilders class and more recently Wesley UMC. Member of PEO Chapter DU, Friends of the Library and Cooperative Care Center Board. Dorothy served as president of Delta Kappa Gamma Beta Chapter from 1964-1966. Additionally, she held elected offices for DKG International as the Southwest Regional Director from 1980-1982 and Member-at-Large from 1990-1994. She served in the following International committees as well: Personal Growth and Services (1978-1980), Travel and Study (1982-1984), and Constitution (1984-1986). She was the Colorado Omega State President from 1971-1973, and she received the Omega State Award in 1979. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 5, at Wesley United Methodist Church, 85 Stanford Ave., Pueblo, CO. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Miss Dunlap was my 4th Grade teacher at Carlile Elementary in Pueblo. She was one of my best teachers and among the nicest. We shared the same birthday. I remember her fondly. My sincere condolences to her family.

  2. Dorothy Dunlap was an amazing woman, devoted to family, friends and education. I met Dorothy through Delta Kappa Gamma women educators and connected instantly. She was involved at the chapter, state and international level and always had important insights on our organization. Dorothy was admired for her dedication to education and the schools and DKG. She was an excellent speaker who chose her words carefully and got her thoughts across most succinctly. She was an entertaining speaker, but didn’t waste words–what a gift. I am so sorry she is gone and I hope her history will be preserved in her chapter, state and international. My love and admiration, Kathy Flynn

  3. To Dorothy’s Family,
    It is with a heavy heart that I must say good-bye to Dorothy. I am so sorry I couldn’t attend her service. Dorothy touched so many lives, especially the children. I served on a committee with Dorothy at Wesley United Methodist Church. She always came prepared and contributed to the committee’s mission. I will miss her friendly smile and hugs.
    Very sincerely,
    Helen Murley, Pueblo

  4. I knew Dorothy as a librarian and media specialist. She influenced many a Pueblo child in book choices and helped them to interpret their reading. She also introduced many youngsters – and peers- to the computer and its possibilities. What an excellent educator! Rest in peace, Dorothy.

  5. This wonderful lady will be missed. I have been fortunate to have worked with Dorothy on many occasions in DKG. She woud always give you a great big smile and a hug when you saw her. She was a very dedicated DKG sister.

  6. I had Miss Dunlap for writing when I was in 3rd grade at Carlile. She was so nice. Many, many years later, I saw her at Seabel’s and went up to her. I told her my name and she hugged me and said of course she remembered me. It was one of many visits we had there over several years.
    My deepest condolences to her family.
    Love
    Kathy Concialdi-Lawrence

  7. Dorothy and her mom were always a part of my memories when I was younger. We were sisters in P.E.O. and I knew her though my mom when they both taught in the Pueblo schools. Dorothy even helped me “get” a job one year when she came to my rescue while visiting my parents in Pueblo. I needed to put together a resume quickly and she was the woman for the job! In my mind she was always smiling and up for an adventure. My condolences to your family.

  8. I wish I had had the chance to say “thank you” to Dorothy for selling me her condo and letting me enjoy its beauty. Her tastes were mine.

    What a full life she had. You all should be so proud to have been a part of it!

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