Dorothy Hutson

In Memorial

Dorothy May Hutson sunrise February 2, 1930 and sunset August 19, 2017.

Dorothy accepted Christ as a youth and united with the Pilgrim Baptist Church under the Pastorate of Dr. M.J. Mitchell. She was a member of the senior choir of the church for many years.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents Charles and Lula Byrd, brothers Charles Byrd Jr., Richard Byrd, John Byrd, sister Cornelia Harrington, Ruby Byrd, Alice Brown.

Dorothy left to cherish her precious memory with her brothers Thomas (Gail) Byrd, Louis (Myrna) Byrd. son Eric M. Hutson, grandchildren Eric Hutson Jr., Brittany Hutson, Tyeres Hutson, great grandchildren Zion, Aries, Sanai, Tyeres Jr. she also leaves to cherish her memory with Marion Cook, Frances Grigsby, Shirley (Hubert) Corter, Hiwatha (Sylvester) Hall, Charlotte (Emonoel) Frazier, also a host of cousins, nephews, neices, and friends, including close friends Ida Smith, and Isis Walters.

Dorothy will be forever missed by all those who had the privilege of knowing and loving her.

Visitation 10:00 am Funeral 11:00am Wednesday August 30, 2017 at Pilgrim Baptist Church, 1080 E. Broad Street.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Dear family we are sorry to hear about your loss death is difficult for family and friends however the Bible holds out hope for our deceased love ones found in the Bible book of John chapter 5 and verses 28 and 29. Why not read these scriptures in your personal copy of the Bible.

    Peacefully Yours

    For additional information about the resurrection hope please refer to JW.Org

  2. To the Hutson family, you have my condolences in the loss of your dear loved one Dorothy. It is truly a blessing to live a long life of 87 years. God blessed Dorothy with special mightiness, because Psalm 90:10 says, “The span of our life is 70 years, Or 80 if one is especially strong.” By means of God’s Kingdom, he promises that his original purpose for us to live forever will come true in the near future (Psalm 37:29)

  3. I WORKED WITH DOROTHY AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS – AND PLAYED IN THE SAME WOMENS BASKETBALL LEAGUE. I FOUND HER TO BE A VERY CARING CONSCIENCE HEALTH CARE WORKER – LIKED BY ALL.. SHE WAS TOUGH BUT A GOOD SPORT PLAYING BASKETBALL.

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