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Summerside United Methodist Church
Thursday September 22nd, 2016

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Celebration of Life

Summerside United Methodist Church
Thursday September 22nd, 2016

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Dorothy May Aicholtz

Dorothy Aicholtz (nee Bost), of Mt. Carmel area moved to heaven at age 90 on Sept 14, 2016. Beloved wife of 66 years of Calvin Aicholtz, devoted and proud mother of John (Vicki), Delbert, and Rebecca Aicholtz, adoring grandmother of Jacob (Kerry), Abraham (Lori), Ben (Kate), and Hannah Aicholtz and Elizabeth Berry (Colin), and loving great-grandmother of Paige, John, Jenny, Kate, Joseph, Henry, and Paul Aicholtz, Caroline Diana, and Kearie, Calvin, and Avee Berry. Dear Aunt of many nieces and nephews she adored. Dear friend of many. Dorothy loved God and loved others with all her heart. She was gifted with the ability to see the beauty inside each person she met. She had a very generous heart and willingly shared her talents and resources. She also saw beauty in nature and enjoyed creating floral arrangements for her friends, church, and community events. She humbly received several lifetime achievement awards. Visitation will be on September 22, 10am, followed by celebration of life service at noon at Summerside United Methodist Church, 638 Old State Route 74, Cincinnati, OH 45244. Internment will be at Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Gifts in lieu of flowers to Clermont County Senior Services., 2085 James E. Sauls Sr. Drive, Batavia, Ohio 45103 www.clermontseniors.com

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Ben Aicholtz Sep 23 2016 10:04 AM

Mrs. Aicholtz was always so kind and generous. when my mother died in 2005 she came into the jewelry store with a plate of cookies with tears in her eyes and said how sorry she was that mom passed. She was always real and very sweet whenever she spoke with you.

Linda (Smith) Wilson Sep 22 2016 10:01 PM

Love this awesome, beautiful photo of Dorothy

Vicki Aicholtz Sep 21 2016 3:50 PM

Growing up on Aicholtz Road, Mrs. Aicholtz was my mother's best friend. Mrs. Aicholtz was so good to all the kids on Aicholtz Road. She was like another mother to us. She had a heart of gold and was so graciously generous to all that she met. When I was married it was a cold winter and roses were not to be found. Mrs. Aicholtz had made roses and rose buds out of velvet and placed them in the bouquets she put together. That's the kind of woman she was, thoughtful and kind. She is also the mother of my best friend, which I am forever grateful. Thank you for all the good times. May you rest in peace.

Carol Kisner Sep 20 2016 9:16 AM

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