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Some COVID-19 restrictions have been lightened:
Only 10 people are allowed in the building at one time during the VISITATION.
We are allowed to have more than 10 people at the funeral service but we are still required to maintain social-distancing.
WE ASK THAT ANYONE WHO WISHES TO ATTEND THE VISITATION OR FUNERAL MASS TO PLEASE WEAR A MASK.
With her loving children and grandchildren by her side, Dolores Mae Grady died peacefully on May 26, 2020 at the Dunlap Care Center in Dunlap, Iowa.
Born September 4, 1924 in Honey Creek, Iowa, Dolores was predeceased by her husband of 58 years, Wendell Grady, her daughter, Rosemary Grady, her parents, Leo and Mayme (Thomas) Moran, her brother, Thomas Moran and her sister, Joan Moran Walters. A graduate of Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Dolores subsequently worked for the Army Corps of Engineers in Omaha, Nebraska, before her marriage.
Descended from a long line of Iowa farm women, Dolores Grady exemplified the virtues of self-reliance and hard work. As a young newlywed, she came to the Grady farm south of Dunlap, where over the years, she raised seven children. Her organizational and domestic skills were unsurpassed. Her knowledge of cooking, baking and canning was extraordinary with no detail left undone. Family, friends and neighbors shared many a fine meal while gathered around her kitchen table.
Dolores was a long-time member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and the Altar Society. She also served as the family archivist spending countless hours compiling albums of family history spanning seven generations. For this, her own descendants will be forever grateful.
Dolores is survived by her children, Patrick Grady, Logan, Iowa, Dr. Ann Burress, Redondo Beach, California, Suzanne Grady, Fort Myers, Florida, James (Jane) Grady, Dunlap, Iowa, Sara Grady (Robert Bledsoe), Scottsdale, Arizona, and Maureen (Daniel) Grady Morales, Atlanta, Georgia; 9 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; three brothers, Joseph (Leona) Moran of Honey Creek, Iowa, Paul Moran of Denver, Colorado, and Dale (Sally) Moran, of Phoenix, Arizona.; she also leaves behind many nieces and nephews.
MEMORIAL DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO: DUNLAP FIRE AND RESCUE
Thursday, May 28, 2020
4:00 - 7:00pm (Central time)
Fouts Funeral Home ~ Dunlap
Friday, May 29, 2020
Starts at 2:30pm (Central time)
St. Patrick Catholic Church
Friday, May 29, 2020
Starts at 4:00pm (Central time)
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
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