DOROTHY GLYNN DOLLINS JONES STAPLES SEGOOL
Dorothy was a wife, mother and grandmother, loved by her family and friends, and she will be dearly missed. A rarity, Dorothy was an Orlando native. She was born in 1925 to John William and Annie Myrtle Jones. Dorothy attended Orlando High School, and was a member of Sorosis, REOS, REALM and United Methodist Church of Orlando. She worked at UCF until she retired.
Dorothy was predeceased by her husband, James E. Staples. She is survived by husband, David L. Segool; daughters, Jane Newton, Barbara Sanborn, Patricia McNabb; son-in-law, Dr. Stephen Newton and Arthur Durocher; step-children, Randi and Ed Cramer, Helene and Richard Segool; grandchildren, John Newton, Megan Naile, Troy Newton, Wendi Sanborn, Tiffani Morgan, Kristen McNabb, Donna Wolff, Jessica Cramer and Lindsay Segool; five great-grandchildren; beloved nieces and nephew.
A memorial service was conducted on November 22, 2005 at the First United Methodist Church in downtown Orlando, Florida.
The above information was provided to Orlando Memory by Dottie’s family.
Dorothy “Dotty” Jones was very active in clubs while a high school student at Orlando Senior High School. The 1943 yearbook shows she was a member of the Cheerleaders 1941-1943 (Captain 1942-1943), Pep Club 1941-1942 (President 1942), Chorus 1943, Secretary Junior Class, Yowell-Drew Day 1941-1942, Seminoles 1942-1943 (Treasurer 1943) and Office club 1942.
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Read about Dottie’s best friend in high school Jet Seghers.