May 25, 1929 ~ August 8, 2003

Born in: Butler, Pennsylvania,
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Dorothy Mae Bachman, 74, passed away August 8, 2003, in Pueblo, Colorado. Survived by her daughter, Paula (Harry) VanDuyn of Pueblo; son, Rev. Keith (Debbie) Bachman, Olympia, Washington; sister, Betty Moore, Pennsylvania; brothers, Richard (Louise) Balsiger, California, and Robert (Charlene) Balsiger, Texas; and 4 grandchildren, Lori and Paul Michael Bachman and Boz and Holly VanDuyn. Preceded in death by her husband, Paul Beggs Bachman; parents, Keith and Margaret Balsiger; and brother, Keith Balsiger. Dorothy was born May 25, 1929, in Butler, Pennsylvania. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Private service will be held. Those who desire may make a memorial donation in Dorothy's name to the Susan B. Koman Breast Cancer Foundation through the funeral home.

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  1. Keith,

    Sorry to hear about your mother. It’s been too long since we last saw or heard from each other. If you have access to the internet please be sure to get in touch. I hope you are all well there.

    Dave

  2. Paula and Keith, We are sorry to hear of your mother’s passing.
    She will be greatly missed.
    Love,
    Charles and Mary Heist and family

  3. Dear Family,
    Fond memories flood my mind as I think of Dorothy and the family. Dorothy’s mother was the sister of my grandfather, Allen Brookhart. Many years have pased since I last saw any of the Balsiger family. I last remember Bob when he took off to California with my, then to be wife, Donna’s brother, Jimmy Burris, both Donna and Jimmy are deceased. How unfortunate that it takes the death of a loved one to reunite the family. But thanks be to God we are able to hold on the fond memories. Even though we sorrow, we sorrow not as those who have no hope. May God sustain you during your time of sorrow.

    Bob and Ginny Brookhart

  4. Paula,
    My sympathies on the passing of your mom. I remember all the fun that we all had together from picking up worms in the flower garden to those card playing marathons. Take care of yourself and your family.
    Sue

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