Dorothy Jane Pomeroy Kuhn passed away Saturday February 17th, 2018 at Gwinnett Medical Center with family surrounding her in love and prayer. She is reunited in Heaven with Dick Kuhn her dear husband of 59 years and her parents Helen and Leland “Pom” Pomeroy. She was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 27, 1930. She is survived by her six children Rick (Pat) Kuhn, Cindy (Jim) Breiner, Betsy (Gary) Courant, Marty Kuhn, Judy (Larry) Parsons and Larry (Tammy) Kuhn. 15 Grandchildren (Bridget Breiner, Ben Kuhn, Christine Breiner, Carly Luongo, Dan Parsons, Richard Parsons, Kristen Fadale, Patrick Breiner, Curtis Parsons, Justin Kuhn, Matt Courant, Chris Parsons, Lauren Krueger, Jordan Kuhn and Logan Kuhn. Great grandchildren Brendan Camareno, Noah Parsons, Brooklyn Luongo, Scarlett Reed, Mason Fadale, Violet Parsons, Damian Parsons and Quinn Parsons. She also leaves a legacy of faith and service with legions of former teenagers forever in her debt as she and Dick led the youth group at Boulevard Presbyterian Church in Grandview Heights, Ohio for many years. She also led a Girl Scout troop and taught piano to hundreds of students of all ages. She was also Christian Education Director at Boulevard Presbyterian and she taught confirmation and communicant classes at Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church where she attended for the last 34 years. She also accompanied the Grandview Heights High School Choir for many years and was the Pianist for the PTAngels in Grandview. Visitation is scheduled for Sunday February 18th, 2018 from 12:30PM to 2:00PM at Wages and Sons Funeral Home 1031 Lawrenceville Highway in Lawrenceville GA. There will be a celebration of life memorial service at 1:00PM Wednesday February 21st at her church, Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church, 800 Lawrenceville Highway in Lawrenceville GA. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Dottie Kuhn Memorial Fund for Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church 800 Lawrenceville Hwy. Lawrenceville, GA 30046.

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  1. I am one of her Boulevard teens. I will be forever grateful to Dick and Dottie for being there week in, week out, and every day in between. I am a better person for having known them.

  2. Please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Andy Gross, Bob Hunt &
    The staff at Hunt Gross

  3. I send sympathy to all who knew and loved this lovely women.
    I was the music teacher to Judy and Larry at Grandview Hts. Middle
    School.

  4. when you lose someone it can be hard to take
    the pain that you feel when your heart has to break
    the memories you keep are all in your mind
    as you search your soul for more to find
    the way their skin felt the smell of their hair
    as you keep thinking over and shedding a tear
    the years may pass, memories fade to grey
    but you’re getting no younger you’ll see them someday
    unconditional love is never forgotten
    look deep in your heart it is there at the bottom
    alone in the dark sometimes in fear
    voices from loved ones you’re hoping to hear
    more years pass, they soon fly by
    but you’re always looked upon from those in the sky
    surrounded by clouds and pure white doves
    they listen and watch sending you love
    just remember one thing as you sit and you pray
    they will be there to greet you, you will see them someday.
    Stephan Banks

    There is so much joy in knowing that Dot and Dick are together now.
    They shared so much of themselves and leave so many fond memories with all
    of us. It is so good to know that joy will come after the tears when we think of them.

  5. My condolences to the entire Kuhn family! My thoughts and prayers are with you all! She was loved by all of you, however, God loved her best. She’s in the arms of the Lord. May she rest well! May God comfort you in your time of sorrow!

  6. Love transcends death. I believe that Dottie is and will continue to love those who she knew, family, friends, and neighbors. She was one person who enjoyed looking and responding to my work. She would make my day. I will truly miss her.

  7. She will be remember for her work with the youths at Boulevard Presbyterian Church… A great lady. Thoughts go out to her family.

  8. My deepest sympathy to the family. Heaven has received another beautiful and special Angel
    God’s Blessings on each of you.

  9. Judy – my prayers are with you and your family. Your loss is Heaven’s gain but it doesn’t make the tears stop. I pray you treasure all your wonderful memories with your Mom! In Jesus’ name! xoxo

  10. As one of her Cousins in Michigan I always looked forward to Visits of the Kuhn Family. We have all been blessed to be a part of Dotsy’s Glorious Life, she served her Community, Lord and Church with passion and pride, all of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren are a tribute to her memory.

  11. We are so sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort continue to be with you and your family during this difficult time. We all look forward to a better day when death will be no more-Rev 21:4. Our prayers are with you.

  12. God blessed Lawrenceville Presbyterian Church when Dick and Dottie came to be members there. We were blessed by their presence with us there. They both lived their faith, and we have many fond memories of them. Our sincere sympathy goes out to all of their family with much love.

  13. Very sorry for this loss to the Kuhn family. Mrs. Kuhn was there every day on the piano during my years in the Grandview High School Choir. We wouldn’t have been as good as we were without her.

  14. I want to express my condolences to the family. It is clear that Dorothy is loved by many. Her memory is not forgotten. God also remembers those who have passed away in death. He promises to do away with this common enemy, death at 1 Corinthians 15:26-“And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” He also reminds us of the resurrection hope at John 5:28,29-“Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.”

  15. Was sorry to read of your Mom”s passing. My sympathy to the entire Kuhn family. Your Mom was my Girl Scout leader. She was a great lady. That is a great picture of your Mom. She still looked the same but a little older. Sounds like she had a full life. And now she can join your Dad in there heavenly home. Your neighbor Susan Gunther Smith.

  16. We are sorry for your great loss. I remember talking to Dottie over our back fence on Grandview Ave. She was literally, a Super Woman: Smart, Funny, Kind. From reading her obituary, she will be missed by so many. Our love and sympathy go out to all.

  17. God promises to completely do away with sickness and death. These things are not in his purpose for mankind. His purpose is that mankind lives forever. Therefore, he will remove all pain and suffering and restore life to those lost in death by means of a resurrection. He promises this and yearns to fulfill his promise. May you find comfort in these promises. (Revelation 21:4, Acts 24:15)

  18. I’m one of those “former teenagers forever in her debt” from Boulevard confirmation class and youth group. I have some great memories from those times and would not have had the same outlook on life without that foundation. My condolences to friends and family.

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