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DEATH: DOROTHY LYMAN BUSHMAN

Dorothy Lyman Bushman died August 3, 1995 in Salt Lake City at age 87.

She was born March 23, 1908, to Willard H. and Hildegarde Sophia Schoenfeld Lyman. She graduated from Rowland Hall High School and attended the University of Utah. As a young girl she became a proficient pianist and late in life accompanied LDS Church meetings in nursing homes.She married Ted Bushman in the Salt Lake Temple on September 10, 1930. They moved to Portland, Oregon, for his employment as an advertising executive in 1936 and lived there until 1950 when he returned to direct sales promotion at ZCMI. During his retirement, they lived in Santa Maria, California. She also lived in Moses Lake, Washington, before returning to Salt Lake City.

She was a teacher and leader in the auxiliary organizations of the LDS Church throughout her life. After her husband died in 1980, she participated for 13 years in the name extraction program.

Dorothy is survived by her brother, Victor H. Lyman (Dorothy), South San Francisco; her three children, Richard Lyman Bushman (Claudia), New York City; Cherry Bushman Silver (Barnard), Salt Lake City; and Williard Martin Bushman (Pamela), Bountiful; 15 grandchildren, and 15 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at the Holladay 24th Ward Chapel at 4395 Albright Drive in Salt Lake on Monday, August 7, at 11 a.m. Visitation before the service and at the Cottonwood Mortuary, 4670 So. Highland Drive, Sunday, August 6, from 6-8 p.m. Interment, Salt Lake Cemetery.

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