Dorothy Claire Jameson

Dorothy Claire Jameson

January 11, 1926 - June 30, 2004

Dorothy Claire Jameson

January 11, 1926 - June 30, 2004


Dorothy Claire Klein was born in a 2 story white house in Westfield, New Jersey. At age 1, Dot, her brother George, and mother Guenne moved to Raymondville, Texas in the lower Rio Grande Valley. Dorothy was educated in Texas.

Guenne, George and Dot traveled extensively. Traveling was a hobby of Guenne’s. George and Dot grew to appriciate this beautiful country.

At the age of 20, Dorothy Claire became the bride of Robert Jay Jameson and resided in Nebraska for many years.

After moving to the Los Angeles area, Bob and Dot took up square dancing. They became avid Lakers Fans. Dot continued to root for the Lakers after Bob’s death. While she was hospitalized recently, she insisted that the television be tuned to the NBA finals in June.

Dot and Bob were married for 55 years, a span of time involving great love and affection towards each other.

Dot’s hobby was to follow and learn about the weather in many parts of the United States.

Dorothy Claire Jameson is survivied by her brother George Klien and his wife, Patti of Georgia; brother-in-law Willard Jameson and his wife, Dee of California; and brother-in-law Eldon Jameson and his wife Joyce of Nebraska.

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8 responses to Dorothy Claire Jameson

  1. Patti Klein says:

    Dot was the sister of my husband, George. Now George is the last of the 5 siblings to survive. Dot and George were like a second family, being much younger than Virginia, Tom and Marge. Dot and George moved with their mother from New Jersey to Texas when George was 5 and Dot was 1. In the last 30 years, George and I have enjoyed many visits to California to see Dot and Bob, and their one visit to the East Coast about 15 years ago. In the last 5 years or so, Dot and I became very close. Dot and Bob were a perfectly matched couple, supporting each other in sickness and health, and enjoying the same things in life. I am confident that they are happily reunited now.

  2. My contact with Dorothy began as a business relationship. Dorothy’s attorney put the 2 of us together and I helped Dorothy organize and update her personal business records. With a gentle person like Dorothy, it was hard to keep a strictly business association. She was determined to learn about her affairs and complete each thing as it came along. My fond memories of Dorothy show that she was a kind, loving, caring, lovely woman. I feel so fortunate to have had a client / friend like her.

  3. I met Dorothy three years ago at a time when her husband was terminally ill. She needed reassurance and legal advice to help her through that traumatic and uncertain period. It was a privilege and a pleasure to get to know and assist her. She was a delightful lady and I always looked forward to our conversations and meetings. I will miss her both as a client and a friend.
    Sallie C. Russell, Attorney at Law

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