Dorothy Lousie (Freshnock) Kline

Born: Sun., May 17, 1936
Died: Sun., Jun. 16, 2019


10:00 AM to 11:30 AM, Wed., Jun. 19, 2019
Location: Robert A Billick Funeral Home, Inc.

Funeral Service

11:30 AM Wed., Jun. 19, 2019
Location: Robert A. Billick Funeral Home Inc.

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Dorothy Louise (Freshnock) Kline, 83, died Sunday, June 16, surrounded by her family. Born May 17, 1936, to Anna and John Freshnock of Webster, she was the youngest and last survivor of 13 children. She worked as a housing manager for 25 years in Brownsville. She raised six children with her husband Allen Kline, of Webster, who died in 1993. Surviving are Kathy (Kline) and Jack Reis of Belpre, Ohio, Chuck Kline of Camp Hill, Susan (Kline) and Jason Rogge of Rostraver, Mary (Kline) Urick of Rostraver, and Bob Kline and Lisa Keck of Camp Hill. A son, Mark Kline, died in 1974. Grandchildren are Kristen McElwayne, Kari Smith, Ellan Kline, Viki Kline-Gans, William Kline, Merilee Bizzozero, Geno Bizzozero, Ron "Zook" Urick, Sarah Clark, Elizabeth Strohl, Paul Strohl, and Anna Strohl. Great-grandchildren are Evan McElwayne, Claire McElwayne, Kenzy Smith, Gage Rogge, Leah Gasier, and Reed Bizzozero. Friends will be received at 10 am Wednesday at the Robert A. Billick funeral home, 1415 Marion Ave., Monessen. A brief service at the funeral home will follow at 11:30 am. In lieu of flowers, please consider contributions to Memorial Health Foundation at

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Wendy Fitman
   Posted Tue June 18, 2019
My Condolences to the Family

Patricia Kline Just
   Posted Wed June 19, 2019
Dear Cousins,
What a surprise to see this! Our mothers now are resting in eternal light after having spent a lifetime on this side giving to us.

It was so very exciting to me as a little girl to meet the lady my beloved Uncle Allen was going to marry! And oh, Aunt Dorothy didn't disappoint! She was blond, and so pretty that I thought surely she was a movie star who decided to spend some quiet time in Webster!

How very kind and nice she was to me. Wonderful memories live forever.
Love to all of you as you go through the struggle of this sad time.
xo Cousin Patty

Patricia Kline Just
   Posted Fri June 21, 2019
Dear Cousins,
How sorry I am to learn of Aunt Dorothy's passing to Eternal Life. My memories of her begin as a little girl when I heard that beloved Uncle Allen was going to be married.
Oh, she was so beautiful and kind to me. I thought a movie star was in Webster!
May your good memories give you comfort.
Xo Cousin Patty