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Dolores May Storm

October 9, 1935 ~ July 25, 2022 (age 86)


Dolores May Storm, beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away peacefully in her home on July 25, 2022 surrounded by family. Dolores was born on October 9, 1935 in South Prairie to Roy Sr. and Hattie Benjamin. Her siblings included her twin sister Darlene and older brother Roy Jr.

She enjoyed 67 years of a happy and loving marriage to Ronald Storm and was blessed with 4 children: Patty (Giger), Robert, Rhonda (Owen), and Debbie (VanWieringen). Together, Dolores and Ronald were the epitome of love, family, and friendship. They were always seen together, often holding hands- whether out to dinner, or (Dolores’ favorite) at a local sporting event. She and Ronald were devoted Christians who attended local Free Methodist churches through their life. Dolores was not only a loving spouse and mother, but a devoted grandmother. Her joy and enthusiasm ensured her home was never empty. Everyone was drawn by the smells of her famous chocolate chip cookies or fried chicken, and the sounds of her 11 grandchildren laughing during sleepovers, or her 12 great-grandchildren playing in the pool. She was the Sun of which her family orbited. Dolores was enthusiastic athlete and could often be found on the softball field, tennis court, or the sidelines of her family’s games. She was a passionate fan of the Mariners and Seahawks, and no grandchild had a better cheering section at their sporting event. When she was not busy attending or playing in games, she could be found relaxing while watching Price is Right or Wheel of Fortune. The community will remember her for her tenure as a bus driver for the White River School District from 1967 to 1988. She was known for driving to away games and providing fresh cookies for the coaches and teams she transported.

Dolores is survived by her husband, children, and grandchildren. She was a special soul and while her time on earth maybe over, the impressions and memories she made with those who knew her will last forever.

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