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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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Joe Marino

Dotty worked for my Dad at Marino Oil for years. She is a wonderful person. It was an honor to have her at my wedding. It is nice to see her recognized for one of the many, many wonderful things she has done in and for the town or Wrentham. When we were kids, and Dad got called out to a service call, we could count on Dotty the cab driver to get us home!

Paul Marcelino

Congratulations Dotty! I have many fond memories as far back when Dotty drove me and other 5 years olds to the "Little Red School House" in Sheldonville in 1964. Dotty worked for my dad at the Regional Pharmacy deliverling presciptions to our customers. Dotty has been a family friend for years. Just mentioning Dotty's name brings a smile to your face. Congratulations again from Paul Marcelino and Family.

Joe marino Sr.

There are no posters or fancy documents that relay the value of a Dotty Larsen. She is a very special, unique, wonderful human being. She is the standard by which communities are deemed successful. It is a great honor to just say that I know her. She was an important part of our family, and as such, we were privey to how proud she was of her town and how protective she was of her immediate family. Paul Marcelino hit on point-She is Wrentham! Congrats to the Cub Scouts-You got it right. Dotty, you are the greatest...Joe senior

Carol A. Mollica, Wrentham Town Clerk

If you want to know anything at all about Wrentham, just ask Dottie. She truly is Wrentham. Her stories are so interesting. Dottie helps us out in the office, and we truly appreciate having her come in and dig right in. It is so helpful and enjoyable having Dottie help us. If you can't find Dottie, you can be sure that she is at one of her many volunteer activities. Thank you, Dottie.

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