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Elaine G. Bushey, a national

referee and judge for more than 50 years, passed away on Jan. 16, 2017. She was 79. Elaine resided in Green- ville, South Carolina, and was a mem- ber of the Greenville Figure Skating Club.

She was devoted to her fam-

ily and active in the churches and communities in which she lived. She graduated from the Honors College at Michigan State University. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, she was

the daughter of the late Floyd and Inza Biederick Geyer. Surviving are her husband, Rich-

ard Bushey; son, Ronald Bushey (wife, Marion) of Leslie, Michigan; daughter Janet Przystas (husband, Richard), of Dimondale, Michigan; six grandchil- dren; and four great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorials

may be sent to the PEO Foundation, 3700 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50312 or the Library Fund at West- minster Presbyterian Church, 2310 Augusta Road, Greenville, SC 29605.

DODSON Dorothy [Glazier] Dodson, who

enjoyed an outstanding amateur skating career and was a distin- guished judge for more than seven decades, passed away on Dec. 27, 2016. She was 93.

tests passed

Senior moves in the field Chloe Amoroso — Strongsville SC Kendall Angstadt — U. of Delaware FSC Amanda Bernard — Martha’s Vineyard FSC Myra Bhathena — Wilmington FSC Hannah Bieber — U. of Delaware FSC Vanessa Bird — Roseville FSC Liza Birnbaum — Skokie Valley SC Katherine Boyce — Strongsville SC Emma Buckley — Duluth FSC Madelyn Budinger — N. Kentucky SC Hailey Burn — Salt Lake Figure Skating Allison Butler — SC of Wilmington Leanne Byer — Jersey Coast FSC Grace Caicco — Arctic FSC Camryn Canada — Westland FSC Nadia Castillo — DuPage FSC Mandy Chiang — All Year FSC Olivia Clarke — Salt Lake Figure Skating Emma Coppess — All Year FSC Maddie Deets — Braemar-City of Lakes FSC Elise Descheneaux — North Star FSC Abby Donahue — Onyx-Suburban SA Hunter Evans — Nittany Valley FSC Molly Evans — Onyx-Suburban SA Christine Farnberg — Rochester FSC Devon Feicht — Glacier Falls FSC Helen Feng — Washington FSC Francesca Gerard — North Jersey FSC Sarah Germer — Rochester FSC Sara-Kate Giles — SC of Huntsville Shari Goldberg — SC of Southern NJ Jasmine Gudin — Cleveland Edges SC Ashley Harkins — Skating Club of Boston

Hannah Herrera — Cottonwood Heights FSC

Sydney Horenstein — Philadelphia SC & HS Elizabeth Johnson — Orange County FSC Holly Jones — University of Delaware FSC Jocelyn Jones — Individual member Eleanor Kagel — SC of New York Edith Kamme — San Diego FSC Samantha Katz — Colonial FSC Meghan Lapointe — Gate City FSC Nicole Lattimore — SC of Cent. New York Olivia Laskoe — Skokie Valley SC Celeste Lee — Peaks FSC Chloe Li — Glacier Falls FSC Kathy Lin — Peninsula SC Tiffany Lu — Colonial FSC Samir Mallya — Los Angeles FSC Milena Markin — Los Angeles FSC Megan McEvoy — Jersey Coast FSC Kaylah Melo — Los Angeles FSC Charlene Mills — Salt Lake Figure Skating Anesley Middlekauff — Arctic FSC Khushi Morparia — Hayden Rec. Centre FSC

Emma Nigrelli — DuPage FSC Chloe Oman — Chisholm SC Monica Onishi — SC of Wilmington Esmie Otter — Dallas FSC MiaBella Polistina — Springfield FSC Emma Potts — Carolinas FSC Emily Pyagay — All Year FSC Anna Ramsby — Lansing SC Maddie Ratkowski — Northern Ice SC Lillian Reddmann — Fraser FSC

Dani Reiser — Northern Blades NSC FSC Lucie Reizian — Alpine SC Brynn Roberts — FSC of Park City Peyton Ross — Texas Gulf Coast FSC Jacquline Ruan — SC of San Francisco Lianne Short — Individual member Isabella Skoblik — Red River Valley FSC Rachel Skof — Memorial FSC of Houston Kenan Slevira — All Year FSC Aleah Spivey — Colonial FSC Lindsey Steffens — Onyx-Suburban SA Emma Tang — FSC of Park City Alexandra Tien-Smith — SC of San Francisco

Lillian Valiquette — SC of New York Grace Walton — Philadelphia SC & HS Sarena Yeung — St. Peters FSA Madelyne Yu — All Year FSC Ava Zarewych — Detroit SC Adult gold moves in the field Ruben Aguilar — Pines FSC Jennifer Ballinger — Fort Wayne ISC Cheri Boer — SC of Phoenix Jacqueline Waugh — Champlain Valley SC Senior free skate Gwyneth Collins — Washington FSC Lucy Gund — Colonial FSC Afton Gustafson — Ice in Paradise FSC Christina Hall — SC of Northern Virginia Makayla Krajewski — Rochester FSC Madeleine Li — SC of San Francisco Emily Nguyen — North County FSC Madeline Plank — Central Pennsylvania FSC Alexandria Schmainda — South Bay FSC

Eliana Secunda — Rocky Mountain FSC Soucci Taylor — Atlanta FSC Sydney Ullman — Northern Blades NSC FSC

Georgia Van Offeren — St. Paul FSC Alisha Wang — ISC of Indianapolis Elise Wellman — Fort Wayne ISC Bria Yanez — Los Angeles FSC Adult gold free skate Julie Moore — SC of Northern Virginia Serafin Ong — All Year FSC Gold dance Helena Bonavita — SC of Central New York Bailey Boyce — Cottonwood Heights FSC Johanna Jan — Rye FSC Stefanie Page — Washington FSC Amanda McClure — Central Carolina SC Jana Raisner — Philadelphia SC & HS Rachael Roth — Shaker FSC Haley Smith — FSC of Park City Rebecca Stout — Peninsula SC Solo gold dance Jessica Cai — Pasadena FSC Julie Gidlow — Los Angeles FSC Eva Pate — Strongsville SC Yasemin Taban — Glacier Falls FSC Senior solo free dance Kaela Helland — Northern Lights FSC Elizabeth Herman — U. of Delaware FSC Allison Murphy — IceWorks SC Kate Nuzzolo — Skating Club of Boston

She was born on Aug. 21, 1923,

the daughter of Leslie Gordon Glazier and Gertrude Louise Kenney. She grew up in Brookline, Massachusetts, later moving to Lincoln, Massachusetts. In 1933, Dorothy started what

would eventually become an 83-year figure skating career. As an amateur competitor, Dorothy [Glazier] com- peted in eight U.S. Championships and won two titles: the 1940 U.S. ju- nior pairs title with Stephen Tanner and the 1943 junior ice dance title with Lyman Wakefield. At the conclu- sion of her amateur career in 1944, Dorothy received an appointment as a judge. She became a national judge in 1971 and a national referee in 1979. At the conclusion of her judging ca- reer in 2016, she had judged 2,430 figure skating tests and judged or ref- ereed hundreds of competitions. Dorothy entered Radcliffe Col- lege in pursuit of a major in chem- istry. At the beginning of World War

II, she left Radcliffe and enrolled in the Boston Children’s Hospital Nurs- ing School. She told her family that she wanted to help the war effort and that there was a shortage of nurses. She became a surgical nurse and worked for the famous cardiac pioneer Dr. Michael Gross until she moved from the Boston area in 1950. In 1948, while working at Boston

Children’s Hospital, she met Dr. Wil- liam Percy Gillette Dodson, a native of Norfolk, Virginia, who was com- pleting his dental internship. They married on Dec. 17, 1949 in Boston. Throughout their marriage, Dorothy supported Bill’s 50-year successful or- thodontic practice as the bookkeeper and assistant with patients. She was also involved with the Northern Vir- ginia Dental Society’s Woman’s Auxil- iary, serving several positions, includ- ing president. Dorothy supported WETA, the

Mount Vernon Ladies Association and delivered meals for Meals on Wheels. She was a greeter at Christ Church Episcopal in Alexandria, Virginia, and is

remembered for her homemade

bread for the early service-goers. Having grown up with Newfound- land dogs and Maine coon cats, she took care of a variety of barnyard and four-legged animals that found their way to her home. She was also a sup- porter of the National Zoo. Dorothy

enjoyed traveling; she visited coun- tries all over the world. She regularly attended the opera, symphonies and theatre. Lastly, she enjoyed tailgating and attending many Redskins foot- ball games. Dorothy lived a long and fulfilling

life. She remained in excellent health until April 2016, when she was diag- nosed with myelodysplastic leukemia. She is survived by her three

children, Richard Glazier Dodson of Fredericksburg, Virginia (wife Virginia Thames Dodson); John Arthur Dod- son of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (wife Donna Fogle Dodson); and Ann Lou- ise Lindsay of Benicia, California (hus- band David Lawrence Lindsay); her sister, Leslie Glazier Holmes of Mount Airy, Maryland; four grandchildren, Michael Dodson, William Dodson, Alexander Dodson and Sarah Lindsay Gray; and her great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Ann Gray. Her husband of 55 years, William Dodson, died in September 2004. Rather than flowers, donations

are suggested to the Lazarus Ministry outreach program of Christ Church Episcopal, Attn: Lazarus Ministry, 118 N. Washington St., Alexandria, VA 22314 or The Capital Caring Resource Development (Hospice) 2900 Telestar CT, Falls Church, VA 22042.


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