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After attending school, she worked in St. Joseph packaging war supplies for the troops during World War II. Dorothy married Hubert Archer on May 7,in Conception.
She and Hubert raised eight children on a farm near Conception. After her children were grown, she truly loved spending time with her grandchildren and, later, her great-grandchildren.
She also found much happiness in working in her garden and surrounding her home with flowers, as well as sewing and making scrapbooks for her grandchildren. Dancing with her husband, traveling with family and friends, and playing cards were among her favorite hobbies.
As a devoted member of St. Columba Parish in Conception Jct. She could often be found giving communion to and visiting with residents of nursing homes and was honored with an award for serving 20 years as a Hospice volunteer for St.
Francis Hospital in Maryville, MO. Dorothy also enjoyed attending community and sporting events. She is survived by her children: A visitation will be held at St. Columba Catholic Church in Conception Jct.
The funeral will be held at St. Columba Catholic Church on Friday, May 2, at She married Quinton Beggs on May 17,who preceded her in death in In addition to Quinton, Wanda was preceded in death by her parents; sisters: She had nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and many friends.
She was formerly employed by Northwest Missouri State University. Wanda enjoyed listening to music, flower gardening and working crossword puzzles, but her greatest joy was spending time with her family.
She was an accomplished baker and won first prize for her carrot cake. Visitation is anytime at Price Funeral Home, Maryville.
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