Dora Isabel Chandler passed away January 5, 2021 at the age of 87.
She was the youngest of six children born to John Henry and Hattie Meek in Whitesboro Texas on March 29, 1933 where she lived until moving to Fort Worth, Texas. She was employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, now known as AT&T for 30 years until her retirement in 1982. She married Robert J. Chandler in April 1958. She would spend her time helping raise her grandchildren, watching the local professional sporting teams. She also enjoyed working in her yard, going shopping, going to or having garage sales and most especially any family events (especially Christmas time).
She is survived by her children, John Robert Chandler (Valerie) of Ft Worth; Steven Ray Chandler of Ft Worth; Evelyn Hughes of Zeypher; Charles Robert Chandler (Carlena) of Dallas; Raymond Chandler of Dallas; Dorothy Jean Clark of Dallas; Annette Bostick of Weatherford; Jeanette Reaves (Gerry) of Crowley, Texas; and many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Chandler, parents, John and Hattie Meek, brother, L.C. “Pete” Meek, sister, Mildred Gardner, brother, David Meek and sister, Iva meek.
The family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to caregiver Gina Hill and family and to Brad R.N. with Southwest Palliative Care.
Their will be a time of visitation held for family and friends from 11:00 AM to 1:00PM on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at Meador Funeral Home of Whitesboro.
She was always good to me when I needed it the most. She will be missed by all. Love to all her family and friends. Love to you Dora.
Was an Amazing wife mother grandmother she will be missed dearly I love you Dora
Johnny, Annette, Jeanette,
We join you in sadness as you grieve your Mom’s passing. She always welcomed the whole family with open arms and a table of delicious food.
She was a gracious lady.
Charles and Carlena
so sorry to hear of my cousins passing, always enjoyed seeing her when she stopped by my mom’s, velma, for a visit when she was in town…