Dorothy “Dottie” Randesi

After a long battle of strokes, Dorothy “Dottie” Randesi lost her fight on 6/15/2020. Her Husband Mike of 24 years, two sons, Alan & Richard, Sister-in-law Diana, Granddaughter Ella, as well as her sister Elaine and brother Jack survive her. Dottie found peace in the good things in life, enjoying her retirement, traveling abroad with her sister Elaine, bowling, watching her husband and son bowl and most importantly, playing with her granddaughter Ella. Born and raised in Winfield Park, New Jersey, she graduated from Clark High School. Dottie’s professional career was in car and RV sales. She also lived in Binghamton, NY and Bradenton, Florida before calling Las Vegas home also 15 years ago.

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  • I will miss you so much. You’ve been the best, most unselfish friend. Thank you for being in my life and making me laugh in good times and bad. Love you.

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  • Pam & Glen Hovland
    June 19, 2020 12:33 am

    We will miss you so much Dottie. Rest In Peace our dear friend🙏🙏🙏

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  • Dear Randesi family, I only knew Dot from the pogo game site but she has left an everlasting memory in my heart, was so sad to hear of her passing, My heartfelt sympathy to you all, may she rest in peace after all her suffering these past few years from Dee from Australia

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  • Debbie Kopplin
    June 19, 2020 5:52 am

    My heart goes out to the family , Dot was a great friend I enjoyed playing pogo poker with her , she will be so missed , praying for the family R.I.P. My dear friend fly with the angels !!!

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  • Terry & Tommie Munn
    June 19, 2020 3:17 pm

    Dottie was a wonderful woman and friend. We together enjoyed many dinners, game nights, shows, bowling, spa days, cruises and many laughs. I will miss her greatly. I hope that the many wonderful memories will comfort Mike, Alan and families in the days to come.

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  • Marie LaCamera
    June 20, 2020 12:53 am

    I will never forget Dottie’s positive spirit and support for all her friends. She will be so seriously missed by everyone she touched. I’m hoping to send love and comfort, and my most sincere condolences, to Mike and the families.

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  • Anne-Marie Mikowski
    June 20, 2020 1:21 am

    This picture of Dottie and Ella says it all😀. She loved life, Mike, her family and her precious Ella. Her face would light up whenever she spoke of her. She was a good friend and I am truly going to miss her but I find comfort in knowing she is no longer in pain.💔

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  • Joanie Familetti
    July 23, 2020 11:16 am

    Hi Mike; I was a childhood friend of Dorothy’s in Winfield Park. I was in the process of wishing her a Happy Birthday when I read of her passing. Mike, I’m so sorry to hear of this and I send my prayers to all the family. Dorothy and I were friends and my fondest memories of her were during hot summer days in Winfield, when we would walk around the neighborhood with fresh picked tomatoes and a salt shaker in hand. My second fondest memory is Dorothy and I lying on the front lawn of her house at night, staring up at the stars contemplating our futures. RIP my friend and Thanks for the precious memories. Joanie Familetti

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