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DOROTHY KELLON DAVIS COLBERT
June 1, 1932 - September 22, 2017

GREENSBORO, NC--Dot passed away September 22, 2017 at Beacon Place in Greensboro, NC after a lengthy and courageous battle with ALS.

Dot was a daughter of the late Zeb Baird and Louise Hines Davis. She was preceded in death by her brothers, Zeb Davis and Lacy Davis, and two of her sisters, Margaret Baker and Elna Burnette, and her former husband, Malcolm Colbert.

Dot was born in Franklin County and graduated from Edward Best High School. She lived in Louisburg in the early 80's with her sister and brother-in-law, Elna and Ronald Burnette.

Dot is survived by her son, Jeff Colbert (Sherry); granddaughter, Genny Colbert Ostria (Marcos); and great-grandchildren, Aiden, Rykan and Kelan Ostria. She is also survived by her dear sister, Mariah May of Silver Spring, MD, and numerous nieces and nephews, who she deeply loved.

Dot was buried September 26th at Lancaster Memorial Park, Louisburg, NC. A Celebration of Life was held on October 1st at Cornerstone Baptist Church, Greensboro, NC.

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