Dolores J. Wainwright Kerr
Date of Death: December 16, 2022
Cremation Society of Virginia
Dan Koger
Christian Roth
Debbie Kessler Roth
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Tammy Alfonsi
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Dolores J. Wainwright Kerr 1934 -2022 Our loving mom, center of our universe created 4 successful children: Debra, Susan, Hank, and Garrett and beloved wife to Edward; Grandmother to Sarah, Jacob, Hank, Christian, Timothy, Scott, Nichole, Amanda, Anthony, and survived by 3 Great grandchildren, CJ, Ryan, and Axl…passed peacefully at home on December 16th 2022…

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Timothy Roth left a message on December 22, 2022:
Without you Grandma, I wouldn't have existed in this world. You are with the Angels now and I can only imagine you immersed in peace, warmth, and surrounded by everyone you missed while here on Earth. All of them are joyous to see you while us down here are saddened by your passing on. I love you so much Grandma and will continue to speak to you from time to time, reminded of you from time to time, but in my heart always. My prayers go out to my Mom, my Uncle Hank, my Aunt Sue, and my Uncle Gary. And may those prayers resonate throughout the branches of the tree that Grandma had such a major part in planting. Rest in heavenly peace Grandma.
Dan Koger left a message on December 22, 2022:
Seinfield - I can't seem to remember her name, but it rhymes....... I love you Mom - even before I met your daughter, I considered you a superstar. I will be looking for you above, spitting nickels and being the brightest light in the sky. Keep an eye us will ya?!
Christian Roth left a message on December 21, 2022:
Grandma, you will be loved and missed;b forever. I have so many wonderful memories that warm my heart just thinking about them. I feel comfort in knowing you are up in heaven, free of any pain, and saying hello to old friends and loved ones. I know one day we will all be together again and that will be a glorious day up in heaven. For now we have all of these wonderful memories that you've left for so many people. I cherished the first 2 wheel bike you had gotten me for my birthday I believe. It was red, had a banana seat, horn, you name it.....I loved that bike and drove it everywhere. Until the training wheels fell off!! I remember the late night card games that were so much fun! I remember the 74 white Monty Carlo, what a tank!! At one time or another we were all in Farmingdale (where I still am after all these years). Whether it was Birthday parties, picnics, card games, bbq's, softball games, bowling, holiday times, we did so many special things as a family, even going to the amusement parks, we always had a blast and so much fun. I am very saddened to hear that you have passed, but I do take comfort knowing your up in heaven with Jesus now. To my entire family, I am sending you all of my love, thoughts, prayers, condolences and lots of positive energy during this difficult and sad time. I love each and everyone of you and pray you all find comfort. I have a million memories floating around in my mind, but the ones that really make me smile and the ones with so much laughter!! We could be in the middle of a card game and then all of a sudden everyone would just start laughing with tears flowing from their eyes. I can remember Gary and I absolutely loving Star Wars, Legos, and then came the commodore 64 etc. Those were fun times I'll never forget. I remember Uncle Hank coming home from the Navy and hiding in my pantry kitchen closet at Weiden St while Grandma and my Mom waited for me to open the door, and the SURPRISE!!! That was awesome. Aunt Sue being the funnest Aunt ever, who ALWAYS did right by me and my brothers. I will never forget any of these memories. And I truly love you all!! My Mom, what can I say, if it weren't for her unwavering love for her kids, I would not be the man I am today. So thank you Mom, I love you. The bottom line is without Grandma none of this big beautiful family would even exist. So I'd like to thank you once again Grandma for being so kind, loving, and teaching us all very valuable lessons in life that we all can use to this day. I love you Grandma, I'll miss you, we all will, and knowing you're comforted up in heaven brings my heart a little peace. Until we meet again Grandma, rest easy, rest in peace and always know you are and forever will be loved more than you could ever imagine. Love you!! ❤️🙏❤️🙏
Debbie Kessler Roth left a message on December 20, 2022:
In memory of Dolores J. Wainwright Kerr, Debbie Kessler Roth lit a candle
Debbie Kessler Roth left a message on December 20, 2022:
Mom,where do I start! Let me start by telling you how much I love you and am going to miss you!! I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving me the privilege of your well being and honor of taking care of you for these years that you needed! I prayed for you everyday that God would watch over you when I wasn't there.i am so thankful I had the special times to talk to you about personal things and shared thoughts.Even as the time went on my deep conversations I know in my heart were heard ,even if it was a little smile or you looking straight in my eyes,God let me know that you heard everything!!! I will always keep special talks in my heart and cherish them always!! I'm so thankful that I got to bring you home with God's help so that I could take care of you on a full time basis- I pray that you know I wanted to do this sooner but,had static.God always wins and I'm so grateful for him!!We've had many up and downs together in life but the conversation between us I will never ever forget. It's given us both peace in our lives to move foward.All the great memories I've had personally and family things I will cherish always and tuck them in my heart forever!! It's been a hard struggling past few years for you I know and God took you as he knew you needed the rest ,especially at the end!! I did want you to leave but feel so much better knowing your in God's care now!! No more pain or suffering that was the worst for me mom!! I'm going to miss you like crazy and never forget how much I love you!! I will see ya soon mom!! Love Debbie xo
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Linda Esposito left a message on December 20, 2022:
To all my cousins, Debbie, Susan, Hank, and Gary and your moms grandchildren and great grandchildren. I am so sorry for your loss.! My most powerful and positive memory is one that will last a life time, and that was a love of church and the good of Gods love and the respect that we should all have of God. May my Aunt and your mom, grandma and great grandma rest in peace in Gods care! Amen, with much love always, your niece Linda and family!! Xo ❤️🌹
Tammy Alfonsi left a message on December 20, 2022:
In memory of Dolores J. Wainwright Kerr, Tammy Alfonsi lit a candle
Tammy Alfonsi left a message on December 20, 2022:
Sue and Family….you have my deepest condolences in the passing of your lovely mom. I so enjoyed meeting and talking with her on the different occasions. I could feel the love that she had for her children through her stories and how proud she was of you. Love to you, Tammy Alfonsi
Faith left a message on December 20, 2022:
May you memories of her illuminate you.
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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