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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Former NEA Dorothy 'Dottie' Ilsey Remick

Notification of the passing of Dorothy ‘Dottie’ Remick, former NEA F/A and widow of early NEA pilot Capt. Raymond A. Remick Sr. 
To view/sign the online guestbook please visit  
 or the funeral home website at http://www.mcnamara-sparrell.com/ 
~ IN MEMORY ~
Dorothy I. (Ilsley) Remick
Date of death: Wed Mar 28, 2012
Memorial Service:  Wed.,  May 16, 2012 at 11:00 a.m.
Location: First Parish Church Cohasset 
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Dorothy (Ilsey) Remick , 1920~2012
Raymond A. Remick Sr. , 1916~1991
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Dorothy I. Remick passed away peacefully at home Wednesday, March 28, 2012 after a long and valiant struggle. Known to her friends as "Dottie" and grandsons as "Pookie", she was born in Portland, ME in 1920 to Philip and Bernice "Bunny" Ilsley. She attended Portland High School and graduated from Virginia Intermont College. She became a flight attendant for Northeast Airlines, now Delta airlines, during World War II. There she met Captain Raymond "Ray" Remick of West Newton, MA. They married and after eight years in Egypt, MA, settled in Cohasset to raise a family. As a longtime member of the Cohasset Yacht Club, Cohasset Golf Club and Cohasset Indoor Tennis Club, she enjoyed sports thoroughly. She and Ray were founding members of the South Shore Music Circus. As a patron of the arts, she frequented the Boston Symphony Orchestra, South Shore Art Center, Boston City Womens' Club and Cohasset Garden Club. The Remicks generously donated many acres of land for animal conservation to the Town of Cohasset. Dottie was very environmentally protective in matters affecting her small New England town. She volunteered regularly at the Cohasset Consignment Shop and Cohasset Historical Society. She is predeceased by her husband of 50 years, Ray (Raymond Sr.); and son-in- law, Keith Sorensen. She is survived by her daughters, Deborah Remick of Cocoa Beach, FL; Diana Sorensen of Simi Valley, CA; step-son Ray Remick Jr., "Sonny" of Monhegan Island, ME; grandsons, Kris and Parker Sorensen and great-granddaughter, Ellia Rae. She will be greatly missed. The entire family gives sincere thanks and much appreciation to her dear friend, Lois Silvia, for her care and attention to Dottie in her final months. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, May 16 at 11 a.m. at the First Parish Unitarian Church on Cohasset Common. Both, Ray and Dottie and Dottie's beloved dog, Dolly, will be interred at the Cohasset Central Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please donate to American Cancer Society or SPCA (society for the protection of cruelty to animals). For an online guest book, please visit http://www.mcnamara-sparrell.com/ 
McNamara-Sparrell Cohasset-Norwell 781-383-0200.
Published in The Cohasset Mariner from May 8 to May 15, 2012.
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Captain Raymond A. Remick Sr.
Name: Raymond A. Remick
State of Issue: Massachusetts
Date of Birth: Friday  August  11, 1916
Date of Death: Wednesday  April  10, 1991
Age at Death: 74 years, 7 months, 30 days

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