Dorothy “Dottie” Casler, 90, went to be with our Lord on March 10, 2018 in Murrieta, California. She was the wife of William “Bill” Casler. Born in Detroit, Michigan, on September 25, 1927, she was the daughter of Walter and Doris White. She was the youngest of four children. She was a Daughter of the American Revolution. Dottie and Bill married August 24, 1946 in Dearborn Michigan. They were married for 71 years. They had 3 sons. She graduated from Cal State University Long Beach in 1970. She was a teacher in the ABC Unified School District for 23 years. She attended Southwest Christian Church in Murrieta and City Christian Church in Menifee, California. She enjoyed going on Mission Trips, camping, baking, crocheting, and painting. She will be remembered for her dedication to God, her love of family and friends, and her loyalty, kindness, and generosity. She is survived by her husband Bill, children: Ken (Christine) Casler, Keith (Shirley) Casler, and Kerry (Sharon) Casler, 8 grandchildren: Lisa (Jean-Baptiste) Henry, Jeremy Casler, Rachelle Geach, Wendy (John) Lewis, Megan (Kyle) Casler, Laura (Andrew) Schlaf, Kimberly (Louis) Brown, and Mark (Jamie) Casler, and 16 great grandchildren; Matthias, Romain, and Alice Henry, Manishane Casler, Madalin, Dylan, and Ava Lewis, Cassandra, Mackenzie, Jacquelyn, and Benjamin Schlaf, Luke and Logan Brown, Jude, Miles, and Callie Casler.

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  1. Offering my deepest sympathy to the family. May having faith in the loving promises of our Heavenly Father, such as knowing that we can see our loved ones again, bring your heart the peace and comfort you now need. 1Th 4:14 For if we have faith that Jesus died and rose again, so too God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep in death through Jesus.

  2. Please accept my condolences during this difficult time. May God’s promise of a resurrection here on earth found in Revelation 21:4 give you hope for the future.

  3. She was my aunt. She was wonderful to be around: caring, kind. The picture shows someone who was cheerful in spite of enduring debilitating illness. She came to visit my mother in spite of her illness and remained her cheerful self. She and Uncle Bill were affectionate and she will be sorely missed by her family. God bless her.

    Robert Shannon, her nephew

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