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Dorothy Perkins Royster
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Birth: Apr. 2, 1918
Halifax County
Virginia, USA
Death: Sep. 18, 2011
Danville City
Virginia, USA

Dorothy Royster, 93, of 159 Oleander Drive, Blairs, VA, died Sunday, September 18, 2011, at Danville Regional Medical Center.

Born April 2, 1918 in Halifax County, VA, she was the daughter of the late Luther and Lillie Stovall Perkins. She was married to the late Tom Royster. In addition to her parents and husband, she was predeceased by one daughter, Jessie Pearson; two sons, William Perkins and Irvin Royster; five sisters and six brothers.

Survivors include three daughters, Lillie Ann Ellis of Sterling, VA, Virginia Wagstaff of Alexandria, VA and Joyce Jones of Pelham, NC; three sons, Joe Perkins and Tommy Royster, both of Blairs, VA and Leroy Royster of Dallas, TX; and a host of other relatives and friends.

The family received friends at the residence. Family visitation was held Friday, September 23, 2011 from 5pm to 7pm at Fisher and Watkins Funeral Home.

Funeral services were conducted Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 12 noon from Kentuck Missionary Baptist Church, with Elder Sylvester Townes officiating. Interment followed in Highland Burial Park.

Fisher and Watkins Funeral Home assisted the Royster family.
 
 
Burial:
Highland Burial Park
Danville
Danville City
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: Joyce Vaughan
Record added: Nov 05, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79945443
Dorothy <i>Perkins</i> Royster
Added by: Joyce Vaughan
 
Dorothy <i>Perkins</i> Royster
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 Added: Nov. 5, 2011
 
 
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