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Dorothy Mae (Hopp) Stouder

Private visitation and graveside services are being held.

Dorothy Mae (Hopp) Stouder, 97 of Glenwood, Iowa formerly of Randolph, Iowa passed away November 2, 2020. She was born March 10, 1923 in Mills County, Iowa to Ferdinand and Anna Mae (Fisher) Hopp. Her family farmed all of their lives.

She married Everett Stouder on February 7, 1942 in Rockport, Missouri. During that time, she was teaching in a rural school near Pacific Junction, Iowa. She continued teaching following their marriage for a year and a half. They moved to a farm in Hastings where their son Gary was born on August of 1945. They moved to a farm near Emerson in 1946 and lived there 8 years where their second son Larry was born in Mary of 1952. They later moved to a farm near Glenwood until moving to a farm south of Malvern where they remained for 21 years. They then moved to Randolph. Dorothy loved her family with all of her heart and seldom missed their activities as they grew up. She and Everett enjoyed camping and taking the grandkids along with them. Those are memories they will forever cherish.

Preceding Dorothy in passing were her parents, husband, son Gary who passed unexpectedly in November of 1990 from a heart attack, daughter-in-law Yvonne Stouder, sister Phyllis and husband Floyd, brothers John, Paul, Lawrence and wife Mary. Survivors include her son Larry and wife Linda Stouder of Malvern, Iowa; grandchildren Bret and wife Tanya Stouder; Chad and wife Tina Stouder; Jamie and husband Doug Driskell; Nicole and Chris Nolan; Nate and wife Tricia Stouder; 13 great-grandchildren; sister Marjorie and husband Cletis Haynie of Red Oak, Iowa sisters-in-law Janet Hopp of Earlham, Iowa; Le Hopp of Plattsmouth, Nebraska; numerous nieces, nephews, extended relatives and friends.

Interment, Randolph Cemetery, Randolph, Iowa.

The family will direct memorials.

11 Condolences

  • Denise Chambers Posted November 3, 2020 7:40 pm

    Larry and family you are in my thoughts and prayers. I will miss Dorothy❤❤❤

  • Betty Wolfe Posted November 4, 2020 5:34 pm

    So many memories going through my mind right now, at least 75 years worth! My thoughts and prayers for you and the family.

  • Mary Dinville Posted November 5, 2020 10:18 am

    Larry & family, so sorry for your loss. She was always a joy to visit with during my banking years. Hugs & prayer to you all, Steve & Mary

  • Candy and Jon narmi Posted November 5, 2020 12:45 pm

    Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. It’s hard to loose a mom

    • Linda Stouder Posted November 5, 2020 4:25 pm

      Thank you ❤️

  • Kirk and Sherry Shearer Posted November 6, 2020 4:56 pm

    Larry and family, So sorry to hear of your loss. Always enjoyed the times I got to visit with both your Mom and your Dad. They where both great people and a pleasure to work for. Our prayers go out to you and the family, but we know the two of them are back together with their father in heaven.

  • Rebecca Bell Posted November 6, 2020 8:36 pm

    You are in my thoughts and prayers for Peace and Comfort at this time of your great loss. Becky Bell

  • Sally Vohs Posted November 7, 2020 12:54 am

    Dearest family,My motherVirginia(Byers) Vohs grew up on the same vacinity of Dorothy,& too belong to the same TOPS club in Tabor. Years ago.Dorthy were too the same age. I’ve remembered Dorthy even before their being both at Glen Haven .Will always remember the stories Dorthy told me over the yrs..Loved that infectious SMILE of her’s.Will remember her fondly.Sorry for all your loss .GOD Surely gained someone very unique one EARTH + in HEAVEN too. GOD surround you all with tons of blessings

  • Kenneth J Myrberg Posted November 7, 2020 10:03 am

    Never met your Mom but we used to talk about her a lot. She raised a fine son who has a great family. Thinking of you all my friend. Jim.

  • Rick and Sherry Cain Posted November 7, 2020 10:54 am

    We loved Dorothy! My parents were in the Tabor Manor and so was Dorothy several years ago. My Mom and Dorothy became friends and frequently visited each other. It was difficult for them to talk because my Mom spoke so softly and Dorothy had difficulty hearing! They would just sit and smile at each other… was so sweet!

  • Dan Benscoter and Sandy Posted November 8, 2020 2:08 pm

    Our Hearts and Prayers are always with the Stouder Family, as Dear Dorothy is now walking with the Good Lord in the Garden of Heaven.

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