Lloyd E. Dotterrer

January 17, 1922 - December 25, 2020
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Lloyd E. Dotterrer, 98, of Cumru Township, passed away December 25, 2020 at Keystone Villa at Fleetwood, where he was a guest.

He was the husband of the late Betty V. (Keffer) Dotterrer who passed away January 13, 2015. Born in Rockland Township, he was a son of Jacob Landis and Esther S. (Bieber) Dotterrer.

A veteran of the US Army Air Corps during WW II and Korea, he worked for the former Clover Farms Dairy from 1955-1969 and in 1969 he purchased the former Kachel’s Amoco which he operated as Dotterrer’s for 16 years. He was a member of Christ (Yocoms) Lutheran Church, where he served on their cemetery board and caretaker for many years. Lloyd was a life member of the Grill Fire Company.

He is survived by his son – Dean E. Dotterrer companion of Sharon Seidel, Cumru Twp., his brother – Robert husband of Faye Dotterrer, Shillington and his granddaughter – Danielle Dotterrer, Robesonia.

Graveside services in Christ Yocoms Church Cemetery, Grill will take place in the spring. Please remember Lloyd by making contributions to Christ (Yocoms) Lutheran Church, 840 Philadelphia Ave., Reading, PA 19607. The Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., Shillington is assisting the Dotterrer family. www.kleefuneralhome.com

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Christ Yocom's Lutheran Church Cemetery

Address:

840 Philadelphia Avenue
Grill, PA 19607

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Graveside Service will take place in the spring.


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Christ (Yocums) Lutheran Church

840 Philadelphia Avenue
Reading, PA 19607

 

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Born: January 17, 1922
Died: December 25, 2020

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RICHARD KLEINSMITH posted on 12/29/20

I met Lloyd back in the '70's when I need a good mechanic. I was so impressed with his work and his character. He always had a kind word and never appeared rushed. His wife, Betty, worked side by side with Lloyd in the garage and she was such a pleasant person. As time went by, my wife and I joined the same church that he and Betty attended. After Lloyd retired he began transporting people to the airports and he was an excellent and careful driver. He was very well spoken and always seemed to be abreast of what was happening in the world. He lost Betty and his love for life changed. He missed her dearly and is now, once again, back in her company. I will never forget how gracious and friendly he was to everyone. RIP Lloyd!

 

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