Sanders, Dorothy

Dorothy "Dot" Rose Sanders Schrienk

July 15, 1943 - May 21, 2020

Dorotha "Dot" Rose Sanders Schrienk of Knollwood, Texas passed away in the arms of her loving husband on May 21, 2020 at the age of 76. She was born on July 15, 1943 to Elza and Emma L. (Mankin) Byler in Lunenburg, Arkansas. Dorothy married Robert “Bob” Schrienk in 2006 in Mountain Home, Arkansas. She worked as a buyer for Texas Instruments for over 35 years. She was a devout Christian and shared her testimonies with everyone. She brought sunshine into any room she entered. She was avid gardener and fabulous cook. She was active in many social and educational organizations such as; the Herb Society, Red Hatters, Court Appointed Child Advocate, and held office as the president of the state of Arkansas Questers Society.

She is survived by her husband, Bob Schrienk of Knollwood, Texas; daughters, Lisa Wood and husband Gary, and Teri Hunter and husband Joe; son, Tony Sanders and wife Janet; grandchildren Angelic Oberline, Jacob Johnson, Jenna Bichler and husband Brett, Jessica deJong and husband Scott, Daniel Sanders and wife Denna, And Alex Sanders; great grandchildren Dakota, Lilly, Kyndall, Emory, Zane, Brice, Blair, and Daniel. Sisters, Vela Martin, Treva Grimshaw and husband Greg and Carla Amos and husband Austin, Carol Byler and numerous other loving nieces , nephews, family and friends.

Dorothy was preceded in death by her first husband, George Sanders; parents, Elza and Emma Byler; brothes, Paul and Davie Byler; and sister, Brenda Gifford.

In support of our local, state, and federal govt including CDC directives and to protect the physical health, safety and well-being of our community, only a limited number of invited guests will be allowed to attend the Funeral Service.

The service will also be live streamed on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. on the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Facebook page and a recorded video will be available following the funeral service on Dorothy’s obituary page.

However, those who would like to honor Dorothy and show their support to her family may come to the funeral home where ample parking is available. While you remain in your vehicle, you may watch the live streamed service on your personal device (laptop, tablet or smartphone) or listen through a designated FM radio channel.

The family suggests memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

Youtube link to the service https://youtu.be/Lcni848LUOA

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I am so sorry of the passing of Dot. Please know I am thinking and praying for each of you. Stephanie Stephanie Gillihan, May 31, 2020 My Aunt Dot was just the sweetest. When I was around her, she never failed to make me feel like I was the most important person in the room. She made the people around her feel celebrated and valued. I remember her as being a joyful person. She had a sweet smile and a wonderful contagious laugh. I look forward to the day when I will see her again. Jennifer Helms, May 26, 2020 May you rest in peace. You were a kind and good friend to me. I will miss you. Go and tango up there in heaven, I know how much you loved to dance. Fair well my friend!!
Carola Garrison, May 25, 2020 With sincere sympathy Paula Roddy Sue Campbell Etta McSparren Paula Roddy, May 24, 2020 I am going to miss my old friend. Friends since childhood. She was a sweet and caring person who loved God with all her heart and soul. Sammie Gaye Harvell-Edwards Balentine, May 24, 2020 We will miss our loving friend, "Dot." She was a very kind-hearted, warm, and loving person. A wonderful friend and good neighbor of the McSparren family over the years. Our condolences to her family and prayers of comfort. Love, Jennifer Jungers and Etta Jean McSparren, from Arkansas Jennifer Jungers (McSparren), May 23, 2020 It was so nice to be able to hear my sisters voice one last time. We were friends and sisters, roommates in Dallas. Dot, George, Joe and I traveled together and had many laughs and fun. I will cherish those memories for as long as I live. Vela Byler Martin, May 23, 2020