Dorothy Ann Hampton Baker Lichtenwalter died June 3, 2015.   She was born February 18, 1918, to Dallas and Lucile (Ward) Hampton. She married Charles P. Baker in September, 1941.  She and Charles owned and operated the Baker Elevator in Middlesworth for many years.  He died on May 7, 1967.  She married Gayle Lichtenwalter of Shelbyville in February, 1976.  He died on July 26, 1981.  Dorothy was a member of the Windsor Christian Church.  She previously belonged to the Woman’s Club in Windsor, Eastern Star, and Shelbyville Hospital Auxiliary.    Dorothy was a kind and gentle woman who loved her family and her friends and lived her faith.  She enjoyed music, traveling, and all things in nature.


She leaves to mourn her death and celebrate her life, two daughters:  Joyce (Stephen) Courtois, Festus, Missouri, and Lucy (David) Curry, Windsor.    She also leaves her beloved grandchildren:  Jacki Curry (Eric) Frahm of Tuscola, Michael (Karen Mooneyhan) Courtois, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Matthew Courtois, Schenzhen, China.   Other survivors include her twin sister, Doris (the late Harry) Doehring of Windsor, and her dear sister-in-law Marjorie (the late Joseph L. Sr.) Hampton.  She is survived by several nieces and nephews.


She was preceded in death by her husbands:  Charles P.  Baker and Gayle Lichtenwalter, her parents, her brothers and sisters –in-law:  James (the late Hazel Harris) Hampton, Donald (the late Ruth Coventry) Hampton, Richard (the late June Culberson) Hampton, and Joseph Hampton, Sr.  Also preceding her in death are her sisters, Laura Nippe and Rosemary (the late Kenneth) Stephens.


Visitation will be at Lovins-Lockart Funeral Home in Windsor, Illinois on Sunday from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.  Funeral services will be held at Lovins-Lockart Funeral Home at 10:30 a.m. with ministers Richard Eident and Jeff Brookins officiating.  Interment will be in the Windsor Cemetery.  Memorials may be made to the Windsor Christian Church.  The family especially thanks Dr. Glen Dust, the staff at the Sullivan Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, and the staff of Harbor Light Hospice for their extraordinary care.


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