Dolores R. Green, born December 3, 1925, passed away at age 95, on March 26, 2021. Interment will be private. Dolores lived a very full and fun life. She was a tap dancer in Japan in the USO shows with Bob Hope, and even joined the Hoofers in her Sun City Community in Del Webb. When she was younger, she attended Beauty School and learned to do hair. She enjoyed doing holiday crafts. Dolores especially enjoyed being with many long-time friends, going to parties, plays at Lincolnshire Theatre and dining out. She traveled the world with her husband, going to destinations such as Egypt, Galapagos Island, England, and Cruises to Alaska and the East Coast of Canada and the U.S. Dolores is survived by her children, Lori (Flick Ford) Groh, son Tom Groh, step-daughters Denise (Doug) Muska and Rachelle Williams and their children; half-sisters Sandy Joplin, Debbie Rembert, and Mona Peterson and their children; sister-in-law Sallie Raines and her children Mike (Sue) Rushmore and Jerry Rushmore and their children. Dolores is pre-deceased by her husband Talmage Green and son Christopher Green. Memorials may be made to ASPCA at aspca.org.
A Memorial service will be held at DeFiore Funeral Home at 10763 Dundee Rd, Huntley, IL 60142, on Monday, April 5, 2021 at 1 p.m.
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Dolores, you were my dad's rock. You put the twinkle in his eye. You gave him strength to find his niche, so he could work and create and invent. You were his guiding star. You were his partner so he could see the world. You gave my sister and me things our mother could not; adventures, clothes, food. You taught us to be strong. You were a friend to many and they loved you back. You were honest and generous. Thank you Dolores, for all you were. May you rest in peace.
We were so fortunate to know dear Dolores. She joined our Hoofer Tap group and was a real asset. We loved hearing her stories of her life adventures. Dolores lived a full life. May she rest in peace. What a terrific lady, and she will be missed.
I was sorry to hear that Dolores Green Passed away. She was a fun person to be around. Her stories, about her life, we fun to hear. I knew her from the Hoofers tap dance class. She will be missed.