Dorrie Binstock was born in Haynes ND on May 19th, 1946 to Joe and Barbara Reisenauer, she was the third oldest in a family of 11. On June 16th, 1967 she was wed to her true love Tony in Lemmon SD. Dorrie and Tony were blest with 3 daughters.
Dorrie worked in the travel industry for most of her adult life, she was passionate about setting up tours for people making sure they could come home with amazing memories. It was a career she truly loved. As a result her and Tony were able to travel quite extensively and had many wonderful memories of the places they had been. Even her last days Dorrie was still making grand plans for the places she wanted to see.
Dorrie will be best remembered for her unwavering faith and trust in the Lord, her quick wit and sharp sense of humor and for her laugh. As well as the joy she got from spending time with her family and friends playing cards, Bunco ,marbles or just visiting over a cup of coffee (or pink squirrel). Nieces and nephews (greats as well) remember her lipstick kisses. She was a talented self-taught artist and could play piano by ear and once in a while, if you were lucky, you could get her to pick up an accordion and play a few bars.
Dorrie would beam with pride at the mention of her three grandkids who were the center of her world, she loved them unconditionally, prayed for them unceasingly and was extremely proud of the people they are becoming.
Dorrie is survived by her daughters Michele (Tim) Johnson Surprise, AZ, Rebecca (Dion) Broken Bow, NE, Heather (Joe) Tyrrell Upper Castra, Tasmania AU. Her grandchildren Savannah Johnson, Spencer Johnson and Keeler (Gabriela) Johnson. Her brothers Joe, Charlie, Jerry, Jeff and Tim and her sisters Barb, Mary, Carla and Laurie. Dorrie was preceded in death by her husband Tony, her parents Joe and Barb, and her brother Jim.
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