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In Memoriam

In Memoriam

Dear Heavenly Father, we bless you for all those Daughters who have departed this life in your faith and fear, working to fulfill your will on earth through prayer and service in the Order. May their faith and example inspire other women and girls to greater and more faithful labor for you. Grant the light of your presence and the glory of the life beyond to be her great and everlasting reward. Amen


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Jane Moscato



June 19, 1924 - September 3, 2016


Jane Moscato became a Daughter on June 15, 1957 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Mount Holly, New Jersey. She later moved to Florida with her husband and family. Jane was one of the first members of our church, when congregants were meeting in a home. She helped our church grow by going door to door to pass out flyers about our church.


Jane was also one of the first members of our Altar Guild, started the refreshment hour, and helped begin the Outreach Ministry, which she ran from a room in her house, until the church was built. She also was on the church cleaning team and worked in the Memorial Garden.


Jane was a very active Daughter until her health caused her to become home bound. Many people who went to visit Jane to give her flowers or serve communion, left feeling uplifted from being touched by her joy and love. We mourn her passing and miss her earthly presence as we celebrate that her eternal life with God.


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Elizabeth Reither



October 27, 1927 - August 1, 2016


Elizabeth Reither was born on October 22, 1927 in Lincoln, Nebraska. She moved to Omaha where she married Wayne Reither. They had two children: Carrie Reither, who lives in Mesa, Arizona, and Eric Reither, who lives in Arlington, Virginia. She died in Omaha, Nebraska on August 1, 2016.

Elizabeth volunteered at Methodist Hospital in Omaha for many years helping the families of the surgical patients. She loved being of service to others. She also liked to read, and feed and watch the birds and other animals.


Elizabeth and Wayne were founding members of St. Augustine of Canterbury Episcopal Church in Elkhorn, NE which was started in 1980. The first church building was a converted stable. She was a very spiritual person and joined our Bible classes and women’s groups. She was also one of the original members of our Naomi and Ruth Chapter of the Daughters of the King established in 2000.

Elizabeth was a constant prayer warrior as well as a great encourager of others. Her smile could light up a room and make you feel like you were sitting with the angels. In her later years she was unable to go out so we went to see her. She was so glad to have company.


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Catherine Nye



January 16, 1941 - June 16, 2016


Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a college graduate, Cathy served as secretary of St. Francis Episcopal Church, Tyler, Texas, and also attended services at Trinity Episcopal Church in Jacksonville, Texas. She had a generous spirit, loved her family unconditionally and was a big animal lover. Some of her hobbies included sewing and knitting, traveling, gardening and reading.


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Marceline "Marcie" Cliver



December 1, 1924 - October 11, 2016


Tommie Marceline Cliver, nee Blankenship, 91 of Sundance, Wyoming, died peacefully October 11, 2016 with her husband holding her hand.

Marceline was born December 1, 1924 to Hiram and Maude Blankenship in Pocahontas, Arkansas. She entered school there and finished in St. Louis, Missouri after her family moved. While in St. Louis she met her future husband, Stanley Cliver. They were married on December 24, 1943 in Lubbock, Texas prior to him going off to war in Europe. Upon his return they moved back to St. Louis until 1977, when they moved to Sundance. Marceline received her BA from Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota. She used her degree to teach in Crook and Weston Counties for many years. She truly enjoyed being with children. Marcie and Stan were married for 71 years.


Over the years she was active in several organizations, including all offices of the Order of Eastern Star and becoming Worthy Grand Matron of the State of Wyoming from 1992-1993. She was also active in Green Mountain Estates and Beta Sigma Phi, to name just a couple. 


Marcie took vows as a Daughter of the King in 2005 and was most recently serving as president of her chapter. Marcie exhibited a strong faith in the saving grace of our Lord; attending church until only a couple of weeks before her passing and worrying about the future of the Martha Chapter of the Daughters of the King. Daughters and members of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Sundance and the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming will miss Marcie's precious presence. Her DOK sisters will always remember her as freely sharing God's love with all.

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Yvonne Marie Norman



November 6, 1939 - May 10, 2016


Yvonne Marie Mather Norman, 79, of Windsor, Colorado died in Fort Collins on May 10, 2016, after a lengthy illness. 

Yvonne lived life to the fullest and to the glory of God. Her cheerful spirit and concern for others was an inspiration to many during her long illness. She had been a member of St. Alban’s Episcopal Church and prior to that was a long time member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Fort Collins. She served as a Lay Eucharistic Minister, chalice bearer, choir member and church organist. She organized and choreographed sacred dance groups to assist in worship services in Colorado and Arizona, and was a long time member of Daughters of the King.

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Ethelyn Gebrowsky




 January 30, 1924 - August 7, 2016


Ethelyn Koch Gebrowsky of Frederick, MD, was born in New Orleans, LA, on January 30, 1924 and passed away on Sunday, August 7, 2016 at the age of 92 years.  Ethelyn became a member of The Order of the Daughters of the King® in November of 2002.

Ethelyn's life was one of joyful service: service to country, service to others and service to God. After Ethelyn graduated from Tulane University with a degree in mathematics, she went to work for a major oil company. From there she joined the Naval Reserve and received her commission in 1950. She served proudly in the Navy for five years, stationed at Mare Island, CA, and Pearl Harbor, HI.

Following her Navy service, Ethelyn was able to share her love of mathematics through a long and rewarding teaching career. The majority of her career was at Metairie Park Country Day School, Metairie, LA, where, in addition to teaching mathematics, she served as Head of the Mathematics Department, Principal of the Upper School and Assistant to the Headmaster. Ethelyn also shared her love of teaching through over 50 years work with the Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) teachers' sorority in which she held state and international offices. When Ethelyn moved to Frederick in 2000 to be with her daughter Lynn, she was pleased to be able to continue her association with DKG.

While in New Orleans, Ethelyn had been a Lay Episcopal Minister at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Upon moving to Frederick, she found her church community at All Saints' Frederick where she loved and was loved. Even though in her later years, when she was unable to perform physical duties for the church, she continued, as a Daughter of the King, to serve through constant and devoted prayer.

Ethelyn was, throughout all, an exceptionally loving mother and a woman of great humor, compassion and kindness. Her family, and her sisters in the Inspired senior Chapter and the Genesis Junior Daughters at All Saints’ Frederick, MD will miss her very much.

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Sue Fillebrown



March 23, 1939 - March 23, 2016


A very special Daughter of the King, Sue Fillebrown, was such an important part of St. Stephen's Daughters of the King and participated with such enthusiasm. Creative in so many ways, she beautifully arranged our altar flowers each week and made the loveliest of clothing for our babies. Everyone who knew Sue loved and respected her. Sue Fillebrown will be missed by all of us at St. Stephen's and her lovely spirit will remain in our memories in St. Stephen's Daughters of the King.

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Mari Zimmerman


May 2, 1944 ~ May 19, 2016


Mari died on May 19, 2016. She leaves her husband Frank, three sons and five grandchildren.

Mari was a founding member of the Nancy Lacy chapter. She served as president of the chapter from 2011-2013. She was a member of the Church of the Nativity where she helped train Stephen ministers, as well as serving as a Stephen minister, a lay eucharistic visitor, provided lay pastoral counseling to the community, and took part in the Cursillo movement.

She contributed years of dedicated service to the community through leadership in the Huntsville Literary Association.

After the funeral service in the church, the Service for a Departed Daughter was used as part of the graveside service.

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Kimerly Dozier



February 19, 1957 ~ April 10, 2016

Kimerly Kay Dozier, 59, was born Feb. 19, 1957, in Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated from Haltom High School in 1976 and received a degree of divinity from the Anglican School of Theology in Dallas and served as the church administrator of Trinity Episcopal Church in Pharr, Texas.

She is survived by her husband, Greg Dozier; daughter, Ashley Clay and husband, Clif; daughter, Abby Dozier and husband, Rick Seghal; grandson, Jack Clifton Clay; and parents, Ken and Gwynda Bahnsen.

Kim was an active member of St Francis of Assisi Chapter of the Daughters of the King at Trinity Episcopal Church in Pharr, Texas. She was instrumental in reviving this dormant Chapter when she arrived at Trinity in 2008. She served as President in 2008-2009 and was again serving as President at the time of her death. Kim had a heart for ministry. She lead the Children's Christian Education program at Trinity, taught the Confirmation classes, lead the EYC group and taught Godly Play during summer programs and Sunday School. She participated in mission work in Reynosa Mexico, helping to distribute clothing to the needy. She also helped to reorganized the Helping Hands outreach at Trinity – providing free clothing and household items to the needy in the area. She was instrumental in starting a food pantry at Trinity to serve the needy in our community. She will be greatly missed. Well done, faithful servant, well done.


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Ruth Murtha


April 23, 1924 ~ March 3, 2016


Ruth Virginia Murtha, Deborah Chapter, Christ Church Indiana, PA died on March 3, 2016 after a prolonged illness. She leaves her husband of 72 years Alvin and two daughters, six grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.

Ruth was a lifelong Episcopalian and was guided in life by her strong faith. She was born in McKeesport, PA where she attended St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church and was active in the Daughters of the King, Altar Guild, and the Episcopal Women’s Group. After her husband’s retirement in 1984, she moved to Indiana, PA to be near her children. She attended Christ Episcopal Church and when the women formed a Daughters Chapter, she enthusiastically joined and served in the Deborah Chapter.

Ruth’s strong love of God and her faithful example of the Daughter’s Mission inspired her daughter, Janet, to become a Daughter of the King and form a chapter, The Daughters of Advent, in Jeannette, PA. Ruth truly was a reflection of God’s love throughout the world.

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