Born to Helen and La Rey Minium on October 23, 1928 in Los Angeles, Dorothy Perry died on April 8. She was 76. She was a school psychologist with LAUSD, where she established one of the first peer counseling programs at the elementary level. Most of her life was lived in the Los Angeles area, with the last 48 years in Pacific Palisades. Her greatest living moments were with her husband Bus (deceased), her son Ted (wife Margaret), daughter Dana Marie, grandson Ben, her friends, and at the beach. Her serious dislikes were bigotry, prejudice, cruelty, paperwork and cooked carrots. In addition to her children and grandchildren, she leaves one brother Bobby (wife Judy), sister-in-law Evelyn (brother Rodney deceased), Jay Cox, former brother in-law (sister Marjorie deceased), brother-in-law Bud Perry (wife Nancy), and many nieces and nephews. Donations may be made to: Palisadians for Peace, 934 Las Pulgas, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272.
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