Dorotha A. Haley


Dorotha A. Haley, 85, of Weatherford died peacefully, Saturday, June 22, 2019.
A visitation will be held on Friday, June 28th at Galbreaith Pickard Funeral Chapel beginning at 9:00am. Following, a graveside service will be held the same day beginning at 11:00 am at East Greenwood Cemetery.
Dorotha was born on March 10, 1934 in Jean, Texas to David Cox and Mona Martin. She traveled with her husband, Jesse T. Haley, for twenty years during his service in the army. After returning to Weatherford, Dorotha worked at Jamak Fabrication for seventeen years. She attended Crossroads Baptist Church. Dorotha loved her boys, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She will be missed by all.
Dorotha is preceded in death by her husband, Jesse T. Haley and her parents.
Survivors include her sons, Mike (Ivy), David (Carolyn), and Steve (Terry); seven grandchildren; and eighteen great-grandchildren.
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Published on June 25, 2019
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Kitchens Family
Jun 28, 2019
You were and will always be grandma Haley to me. You were in my life and 27 years, oh the stories I have and the found memories I will cherish forever. You were a great women and even greater to put up with all of our craziness. You will be dearly missed.

I love you all and send our condolences,
Shonda (Kitchens) Hanson
Barbara and Pat
Jun 27, 2019
We really did not know your mother David, but we know you and Carolyn after several years acquaintance. Your obvious care of your mother and your lifestyle showed that she produced good children.
myra wimberley
Jun 27, 2019
Was sorry to see this notice. I have not seen any of the family in years. We are sending prayers to all of you.
Steven Hicks
Jun 26, 2019
Carol Baker
Jun 26, 2019
I enjoyed getting to know Dorotha, she had a great sense of humor and was easy to talk to. She was very proud of her family. We will miss her.