II Timothy 4:7- 8
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.
Dorothy bell Fogel was born on March 13, 1930 in a traditional old house in Dorchester, South Carolina. She was one of the two offspring of the late Mattie Fogel and Henry Anderson. Her mother, Mattie later married Arthur Glen (Pappy), who raised Dorothy as his own.
Dorothy’s life was angelic. She would often say to family, friends and neighbors, “my house is your house, whatever I have you shall have also. She loved company and never wanted to be alone. Her pride and joy were her two children, Delores Cuebas and Mack L. Carter, Jr. She would never leave them alone and they would never leave her.
Dorothy was an active church member wherever she lived. When in Brooklyn, she was an active member of Cornerstone Baptist Church. Far Rockaway, she was a dedicated member of First Baptist Church. Lastly, Port Chester, she was one of the mothers at First Baptist Church.
Dorothy, whom her grandchildren and great-grandchildren affectionately called Nana was a woman of grace and elegance. She loved for her attire to consist of colorful scarves, exquisite hats, and gloves. She will truly be missed, especially by her daughter, Delores, her constant companion and the main man in her life, her son, Mack, Jr.,
Dorothy was preceded in death by her sister, Lula Mae Jones.
Dorothy eaves to cherish her memories, her loving children, Delores and Mack, Jr.( Dr. Evelyne Eusebe- Carter); sister, Mrs. Estelle Nelson, who is 104 years young (Plainfield, New Jersey), Grandchildren, Derick, Mack Jr., Vance, Nicole, Sophia, Great-grandchildren, Macquan, Delisia, Mack III, Christopher, Shanece, Russon, Shiloh, Vance Xolani, Great-Great grandchildren; Damir, Damani, Zaida, and Nylah; friends, neighbors, and her Church Family.
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