Dorthymae Longo

November 19, 1932 - November 09, 2013

Dorthymae Longo

November 19, 1932 - November 09, 2013


Born in Seattle, Washington

On November 9th, 2013 Dorthymae Longo slipped into the arms of Jesus after running her race with deep faith and a gentle grace. Dorthymae was a wonderful woman gifted with many abilities and talents. She spent her life making every moment special and meaningful for her family and friends. She impacted everyone she met with her unconditional love and welcoming arms. Her faith, compassion, and example will forever live on in the hearts of those she left behind. We honor her and a life well lived for her God and her family.We, her family say, Well done mama.

Dorthymae was 80 years old and lived in Lynden, Washington and is survived by her husband of 40 years, Frank Longo, 5 children; Dan (Kathy) Colacurcio, Frank (Dyan) Colacurcio, Diane (Jeff) Coston, Kathy (Pat) Harkins and Chris (Kathy) Colacurcio, step-son Michael (Holly) Longo, 20 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren; sister Mary Vanderplueg.

Farewell Tribute Information

We are having a Celebration of Life service on Friday, November 15th at North County Christ the King Church in Lynden, Washington at 11:00 a.m.

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6 responses to Dorthymae Longo

  1. SharonWalker says:

    You will always be in my memory,along with your family members that I met.I am not saying goodbye, just see you later. love Sharon

  2. Dorthymae’s friendship made my world a sweeter place. I look forward to seeing her again in Glory! May her family be comforted by God’s mercy and grace.

  3. To the entire Cola family! I’m sorry for your loss. Your mom obviously loved you all so much! She was a tender hearted, sensitive, caring, woman and I have some great memories from Destiny. Praying each of you will be comforted during this season of the journey.

  4. The first time I meet Dorthy was with Mike at a Colacuracio Christmas party. She made me feel welcome & we instantly liked each other. After that, I especially looked forwards to them just to visit with her. I was delighted to see her once again at the CHCC where Frank allowed me to do her hair. I never heard a complaint as she was dealing with her health from day to day .I t old her how I loved her smile and her attitude as I could some day be in her shoes. You could see Jesus in her life. Isn’t that our desire that the world would see Jesus in us. She finished her race well and I’m thankful to have know her.

  5. Sue Richmond says:

    She was a lovely lady in every way. Kind and caring, creative and fun……she is remembered with a smile and a warm heart. Today she is with her Saviour in a new body completely at peace. We take great comfort in that and know that we will join her when Jesus calls. “Absent from the body, present with the Lord”.

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