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DOROTHY STOLLERY

Dorothy Roberta “Bobbie” Stollery died May 23 in Terrebonne, Ore. She was 93.

In accordance with her wishes, no services will be held.

Mrs. Stollery was born June 2, 1914, in Tacoma, Wash., to Floyd D. and Effie M. (Salisbury) Crane. She graduated from San Mateo High in San Mateo in 1932. She married Joseph Gordon “Stub” Stollery on Jan. 25, 1935, in Reno, Nev. They were married 64 years at the time of his death in 1999.



Mrs. Stollery was the co-founder/owner of the Tahoe (City) World in Tahoe City, Sly Park Store at Jenkins Lake in Pollock Pines, and Saratoga Springs Resort in Saratoga. She lived in Grass Valley from 1985 to 2007, residing at Mountain Air Mobile Park, Grass Valley Apartments, and Quail Ridge. She moved to Terrebonne, Ore., in 2007.

Mrs. Stollery is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law Rodger and Christa Stollery of Crooked River Ranch, Ore., and Gary and Clarinda Stollery of Nevada City; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren that live in Crooked River Ranch, Ore.; her other three grandchildren Kathy Flury and her husband Joe of Penn Valley, Trish Gore and her husband Tom of Nevada City, and Donna Reynolds of Grass Valley; her other seven great-grandchildren Ashlei Thorn and her husband Jason of Grass Valley, Scott Flury of Penn Valley, Matthew Montgomery of Chico, Brian Montgomery of Chico, David Gore of Grass Valley, Matt Gore of Nevada City, and Heather Gore of Grass Valley; brother-in-law, Arnold Stollery of Sacramento, and eight nieces and nephews.




She was preceded in death by her sisters Irene Nelson and Hazel Pease; niece, Jill Whalley; nephew, Edward Stollery, and grandson-in-law, Del Reynolds.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Foothills, 12399 Nevada City Highway in Grass Valley.


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