Longtime Calhoun Times advertising rep Dorthy Bigelow dies at 91

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Longtime Calhoun Times advertising representative Dorothy Frances Bigelow died Sunday, Oct. 4, at the age of 91, and those who worked with her say she will be missed.Billy Steele, multi media marketing consultant with the Times, said Bigelow helped him get his start in the sales arena and the area.“Dorothy was a wonderful person. She was very kind and helpful to me when I started at the paper. She cared very much about her customers and always wanted their experience with the paper to be positive and successful,” said Steele. “She was not only a coworker but became a good friend. I will miss her very much.”Dianne Hall, who previously worked with Bigelow at the newspaper, shared similar thoughts.“She was a wonderful friend. Dorothy helped me a lot when I started at the paper in March 1993. We maintained a friendship throughout the years and had many wonderful times together. I loved her dearly and will miss her terribly,” Hall said.Bigelow was proceeded in death by her husband, Elmer Lee; parents, Frances and Stephen Hajoway; and son, Steve.She is survived by her daughter, Barbara (Art) Swiger, and sons Jeffrey (Gina) Bigelow and Rick Bigelow; grandchildren, Angela (Guido) …

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