Arlene Louise Dorn

October 21, 1937 - December 26, 2022

Visitation: Services will be private


Arlene L. Dorn, 85, of Cranberry Township passed away on December 26, 2022. Born on October 21, 1937 in Weirton, WV. Daughter of the late Buchanan and Mary Tiley.  Beloved wife of the late Raymond Dorn; sister to Janet Willis; Loving dog mom to Watson, Peri, Gracie Gold, and Paige; she will be missed dearly by many loving friends.
Memorial Contributions can be made in her behalf to Butler County Humane Society, Foundation of the Cairn Terrier Club of America, Shriners Hospital for Children. Interment and services will be private.

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  • Petrina Kachmar

    Janet,

    When I emailed Arlene and she didn’t respond, I feared that she had died.
    I was Arlene’s pet sitter for several years and had the pleasure of caring for 9 of them… all at one time! Peri and Watson were part of that group. In fact, I watched a shy pup of yours one year when you all went to dinner one year for Thanksgiving, I think.
    She and I became friends and kept in touch. I am very sad that she died but happy that our paths crossed.

  • Charmaine Fedick

    Rest well Arlene. Mikayla and I will miss you. Thank you for my precious girl. Know that she will be loved and cared for as a precious child.

  • Daniel Brennan

    We were blessed to have the opportunity to get our Cairn Zoey from Arlene six years ago. We so enjoyed talking with her about her dogs and keeping her updated about Zoey. She loved golf and that was something we had in common. She will be missed.

  • Eugenia Hernandez

    Please give Arlene’s family and friends my deepest condolences. I only met her once, but we bonded and kept in touch. I am truly saddened by her passing. I am eternally grateful for letting me adopt Paige’s sister. If Paige needs a home or if there is anything I can do, please let me know. Hugs! Jeannie

  • Lydia Hutchinson

    Arlene also was a very knowledgeable bird lower. One time when she was visiting us she and I took an early morning walk in the woods, and she identified 32 different birds by the sound of their calls. Impressive!

  • Paul W. Bulow

    Peach had an infectious laugh. Her love and devotion to Ray and then her k9 troop was inspiring. I will miss knowing that I might stop by and catch up.

 

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