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Alice Greger

Alice "Dorrie" Greger

Friday January 16, 1959 - Saturday September 12, 2020
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Alice Dorothy “Dorrie” Greger, 61, of Red Hill, passed away September 12, 2020. She was the widow of Steven Allen Greger. Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of Rosalie Marie (James) Shoemaker, of Danville; and the late LeRoy Parks Shoemaker. Dorrie was a 1976 graduate of Upper Perkiomen High School. She enjoyed a career as a computer programmer at Harleysville Insurance for 27 years. Dorrie had a knack for floral arranging and she loved cooking and baking enough to feed the entire neighborhood. When she wasn't in the kitchen, she could also be found enjoying the Philadelphia Zoo, Cape May beach, Asher's Chocolate, or listening to live music, especially if it was the Manatees. Her greatest joy in life, however, was being Grandma D to her grandchildren, Arianna & Elijah.

Surviving with her mother and grandchildren, are children: Stephanie Greger, of Lansdale; Shelby, wife of Aaron Mathews, of Skippack; and Jake Greger, of Pennsburg; brothers: James Shoemaker, and his wife, Alison, of Perkiomenville; and Kenneth Shoemaker, and his wife, LuAnn, of Carolina, RI; a niece: Emily; and nephews: Dylan & David.

Due to the pandemic, memorial services will be private. The Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory, Pennsburg, is in charge of her arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Prevent Cancer Foundation at https://www.preventcancer.org/. To offer on-line condolences, please visit her “Book of Memories” at falkfuneralhomes.com.
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    Friedens Union Cemetery
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    SUMNEYTOWN, PA 18084
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Due to the pandemic, services will be private.


Donations are being accepted for: PREVENT CANCER FOUNDATION (PROTECT YOUR LUNGS).


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Love Jared, Kaitlyn and Stacy Whalen

Posted at 08:29am
Never forget, "Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky" Khalil Gibran

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Brenda Florida

Posted at 06:13pm
Dorrie was a friend to all! Including me. 💜 she would do anything for me and was always cheering me on! Of course, there was her famous Chex Mix too!! Ha! So many fun times together. So many memories! Shelby, Jake, and the rest of her family, my love goes out to you. Cherish your memories. She lives on through you. 💜


Posted at 05:39pm
Dorrie I’ve only knew you for a short time but the time that I did know you I wish it could’ve been longer you were a great person and loved to help anyone that needed help. You will be missed so much!!! RIP Auntie D Love you

Amy Applegate

Posted at 04:10pm
Dorrie, definitely has left her mark in this life, and especially for ALL that were blessed to have her be a part of your life. She wore a smile bigger than the ocean and had a heart larger than life. She was many things in this life to so many people but to me and my boys she will always remain family. Not a cloud in the sky or a raindrop to the ground could get her down. She always saw sunshine and rainbows, and the good in every day. She will be so sadly missed by every heart she touched. The time I had with her was just not enough. I will miss our daily talks and hugs kisses to the end. Fly high my dear angel and do what you do best, I love you forever and always. Until we meet again, I'll see you in my dreams.
Love you muchly, Amy😘💞🙏

William Hodgson

Posted at 02:29pm
Dorrie had a heart as big as all outdoors and a smile to match. I met her and her brothers back in the mid-80's. I had just moved from Canada to the USA and she and her family took me under their wings. She was an early supporter of my band The (Mighty) Manatees. Over the next 30+ years she could be spotted at our shows wearing a Manatees t-shirt and a smile. She always had a song request and some new music to tell me about. She got her friends to sell our CDs in their stores. I used to visit her and her son Jake at their home in Sumneytown. She was a loving mother.
One of my favorite memories of Dorrie was when we would play the annual Asher's Fall Fest every September. Dorrie worked at the Moon Bounce. First, she would insure that all the kids in line waited patiently to take their turns. Second, she would have them take their shoes off. Third, she had to watch that they behaved themselves while they all bounced wildly inside. Finally, she had to get them out when their turn was over and then help them find their shoes. It was pure bedlam and she loved it!
Me and the band loved her. R.I.P.

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