Frances Mildred Dorsey (affectionately known as “Mom Mom” by family and friends) was born in Baltimore, Md. to the late Sherman and Mable Holsey Weaver.
She was educated in Baltinore public schools and worked at the University of Maryland at Baltimore for 20 years until she retired receiving an award of recognition for the good job she did during those years. She gave so much love and so much of herself to everyone she came in contact with. Even after retiring, Frances continued to care for and serve her family.
Her life revolved around her children and grandchildren, they were her world. On her 80th birthday she was presented with the following plaque: Mother, in honor of the difference you make in our lives, this plaque represents the love, admiration, and respect that we have for you. We take pride in saluting you on this very special day. You are our life, you are our inspiration! Thank you for going above and beyond. We love you so very much. Bobby, Kent, Lynn and Betty.
Frances loved entertaining and spending time with her family and friends. She enjoyed helping and serving anyone in need.
Frances is survived by two sons, Charles and Kent Dorsey; two daughters, Lynn (Steve) Webster and Betty (Kenny) Brown; two daughters-in-law, Barbara and Marie Dorsey; two sisters, Nancy Finch and Joyce Weaver; 12 grandchildren, Joy, Charles, Harold, Kimberly, Marc, Mieka, Katina, Darren, Nettie, Tiffany, Krystal and Eboni; 16 great-grandchildren and a host of friends and other loved ones.