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A memorial brick for Dottie at the Robin Johnson House, the Hospice House in Gaston County. See all information below. Thank you.

Dottie's mother said that she loved these bricks.

http://www.gastonhospice.org/pdf/pavers.pdf

PATIO PAVERS Honor and Remember at the Robin Johnson House Patio Pavers provide an opportunity to honor or remember a family member, friend or other person who has been an inspiration in your life or simply show your support for this important option for endof-life care. The inscription may include a name and/or a message. Engraved pavers will be placed in the patio outside the family room.

GASTONIA - Dottie Camby Johnson celebrated her 36th birthday on Jan. 31.

She passed away on Feb. 16, 2011.

Dottie fought a strong, hard battle with colon cancer for three years. She loved her children more than anything in this world. Dottie is the strongest, most courageous person we know. She has never complained or asked, "Why Me." Dottie has taught us all more in three years than we could ever learn in a lifetime. The world will be a sadder place without her.

Dottie is preceded in death by her paw-paw, Vernon Treece and her cousin, Kalee Treece.

Dottie is survived by her husband, Jason Johnson of Bessemer City, her children, Taylor and Jason Johnson of the home; father, Wayne Camby and mother, Kathy Annette Treece; grandmother, Dot Treece; brother, Billy Camby; sister, Samantha Camby and brother-in-law, Michael Thomas and neice, Jalyn Marie Thomas all of Gastonia; uncle and aunt, Michael and Susan Treece of Shelby; aunt, Sharon Eller of Bessemer City; mother-in-law, Teresa Haskins; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Donna and Jeff Vandall; neice and nephews, Nikki, Charlie and Jeffery all of Bessemer City.

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