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Naomi Roberta Cripe Dummitt

June 10, 1939 - February 15, 2021

Naomi Roberta Cripe DummittNaomi Roberta Cripe DummittNaomi was one of those people that left a lasting impression on every life that she touched.  She lived her life  as an example of how to be, kind!  She was a cheerleader for everyone, and a lover of all.  Naomi spent her career in the service of humankind.  The rights of women and children were at the forefront of her mission in life.  She also loved to entertain!  Whether playing the piano, dealing a game of blackjack, or cooking a gourmet meal, her door was always open and everyone was always welcome. 
Naomi had a heart full of compassion and a spirit that lit up the room.  She was a friend to everyone, and a light to those in their darkest hour.  She was the rock that we broke ourselves against, and the loving heart that healed our wounds and comforted our sadness.  Through everything she always had a heart full of love. 
Naomi leaves behind her brother George Cripe; daughters: Roberta Lind, Betty Eltink, Connie Higgins, and Terri Trowbridge; grandchildren: Christopher Higgins, Rachelle Higgins, Russel LaFleur Jr., Daniel LaFleur, Lance LaFleur, Leslie Hudson, Eric LaFleur, Travis LaFleur, Shauna Eltink, Merritt Trowbridge III, and Marissa Trowbridge; great-grandchildren: Kaleb, Payton, Cameren, Landyn, Conner, Brady, Bentley, Nyah, Josalynn, Russel III, Thalia, Jeanette, Josiah, Tovie, Hazel, Lena, Clara, Taj, Izabelle, Khloe, Evie, Skylar, Parker, Adalynn, Ella, Leo, and Emersyn.  She was preceded in death by her granddaughter Taylor Trowbridge.

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Naomi was a very special person very kind charted prayers for her

Your smile and open arms will be greatly missed. May you be dancing and playing a mean game of pool. With all our love The Gordon’s 

What a wonderful lady she was! I am certain that she was indeed the Matriarch of the family. I am also certain that she will be sorely missed by all that knew her. With deepest condolences and prayers to our Almighty Father, Rest In Peace always!