Dorrie lived with her parents Charles and Roberta and her sisters Julie and Kathy while attending school in Spokane until she began to forge her own unique path as a teenager that took her on many adventures.
In February of 1985, Dorrie had her first daughter, Tasha Ree Meyers and then her second daughter Heather Fawn Haddorff followed in May 1988. She spent the next few years raising her daughters in Spokane until her path lead them to Montana in 2000.
For the next 13 years, Dorrie lived her life doing for others in every way she was able. Her home was always busy with friends and family who needed a warm meal or a place to stay. She enjoyed many campouts and float trips, along with her arts and crafts and just spending time with the ones she loved.
In March of 2013 Dorrie had two life events; She was able to buy her very first home in Trout Creek, and 2 weeks later was diagnosed with Stage 3 lung cancer. For the next several months, she fought hard and brave, travelling from her new home to Missoula, for continuous treatment with the hopes of remission always on her horizon.
On September 12, 2013 she took the hand of our Lord and went to heaven, peacefully in her sleep.
Dorrie is survived by her daughters Heather and Tasha, her four grandchildren, Anna, Lottie, Raeleigh and Braxton of Montana, her parents Roberta Forsman, Charles and Teresa Forsman of Washington, and Ken Foxworth of Virginia. Her siblings Julie Vandervert, Kathy Clinton, Jennifer Hamilton and Jill Martin of Washington, Donna Foster, Ken Bell and Tim Foxworth of Colorado, Teresa Horton of Alaska, Tammy Loftheim and Angel Sinclair of Virginia and James Foxworth of Kansas and countless extended family and friends.
Please join us for a memorial celebration of her life at 2 p.m. MST Saturday, September 28, at Powerhouse Park in Thompson Falls. A scattering of her ashes at Graves Creek will follow.