It is with great sadness we announce that our mother, Dorothy Mae Carter Boser, passed away on February 22, 2022, at the age of 84 at the VNA Hospice House in Vero Beach, FL. She is the daughter of the late John Carter and the late Rita Doyle Carter. She is survived by her sister Dolores Farrell and brother John Carter; and seven children, Dennis Boser (Kim), Mary Boser, Ronald Boser (Carmen), Donald Boser (Heather), Robert Boser (JoAnn), Dorothy Arnold (late Brian Arnold), and Belinda McDaniel –12 grandchildren – Dennis Boser II (Jessica Lynn), Caitlin Cash (Joseph) Christopher Boser, Brian Boser (Vanessa), Nicole Boser, Rebecca Boser, Alexandra Boser, Robert Boser, Amanda Banks (Payton), Dillon Arnold, Abbey McDaniel and Sierra McDaniel – and four great-grandchildren – Kenzie Cash, Kellan Cash, Payton Boser and Ryan Banks. Her greatest joy and love in her life was her family where she enjoyed sitting around the table telling stories and reminiscing. She was an avid reader, loved researching her family roots and keeping up with news of the world. She had a passion for the theater, fine dining and, of course, her family. Funeral arrangements were private. A celebration of her life will be held at a later date. Rest in peace, Mom.
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