Please forgive me my school-english, but I am a Dutchman. Writing a book about Maurice George Gant en Gordon Davis Hudson, who crashed with their Mosquito in our village Roden and in the village Zevenhuizen, I begin feeling rather close to these two men. I already know a lot about them and what happened on march 27 1945, on a Tuesday-evening. I just read that Dorothy was related to Maurice. As I wrote, I am writing a book. It has about 90 pages of information. I spoke to many witnesses. My admiration for Maurice and Gordon is great! Two young men who died for us, Dutchmen. I have visited their graves a couple of times. It feels good to be there. Best regards from Tjerk Karsijns, Roden, Netherlands.
To the family of Dorothy Grant
I am so deeply sorry for your loss of your dear loved one. I too have experienced the difficulty of losing family and friends in death. Something that brings me great comfort is the promise found in Revelation 21:4 where it tells us that God will remove all suffering, death, tears and pain. I hope this promise brings you comfort at this time of difficulty.
Ro (Robert) & Carol Cuthbertson posted a Condolence
| February 23, 2017
Dear Anne & Alex,
We are saddened to learn of Dorothy's passing.
We have fond memories of her and Waverley ;
they were both adored by Kay & Boyd.
Our sincerest condolences to you and the family.
Ro & Carol
Claudette Jakubinek posted a Condolence
| February 22, 2017
My deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. Hope you find peace knowing that she will on forever in your memories.
Jane E. Foy posted a Condolence
| February 21, 2017
Dear Liz and family, My heartfelt sympathies on the passing of your mom. You spoke of her often and the picture was of a sparkling woman of great energy and accomplishment. Sincerely, Jane.