Dorothy Oneta Montgomery Riemer © Cheyenne Star 23 Aug 1988 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Memorial services for Dorothy Oneta Montgomery Riemer, were conducted August 5, 1988 in San Diego, California.
She was born August 23, 1920 at Sayre, Oklahoma, the daughter of Allen and Annie Montgomery.
She suffered a massive heart attack August, 4, 1988, at her home.
She was married to Clarence Riemer who survives her.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Allen and Annie Montgomery.
Dorothy is survived by five sisters and five brothers, Vola Bohannon, San Diego; Velma Lutz, San Diego; Lellis Garver, Reydon, Oklahoma; Margurette Clement, Mangum, Oklahoma; Betty Kendall, Roll, Oklahoma; Lindsey Montgomery, Colusa, California; Kennith Montgomery, Pampa, Texas; R. L. "Pat" Mongtomery, Reydon, Oklahoma; Billy Montgomery, Pryor, Oklahoma; Bobby Montgomery, Stinett, Texas; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Dorothy grew up in the Midway community and attended grade school at Midway.
She graduated from Reydon High School in 1938 and moved to San Diego, where she has lived for 50 years.
Dorothy had many, many friends, and was loved by all who knew her.
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