Dorothy M. Doster Worked at market

December 04, 1992

Dorothy M. Doster, who at one time operated a stall in the Northeast Market and worked in the family produce business there, died Tuesday at her home in Joppa of a respiratory illness.

Services for Mrs. Doster, who was 76, were to be conducted at noon today at the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair Road in Overlea.

She retired nearly 10 years ago as a clerk at Louis Ramseyer butcher's stall in the market in the 2100 block of E. Monument St. Earlier, she had worked for many years at her family's stall, Windisch Produce. From 1958 until 1961, she operated her own stall, Dot's Lunch.

In the early 1960s, she operated the D&N Restaurant on Pulaski Highway in White Marsh.

The former Dorothy M. Windisch was born in Baltimore and reared on her family's truck farm in Rosedale.

Her first husband, James Fisher, died in 1960. Her second husband, Norman Wright, died in 1978.

She is survived by her husband, James E. Doster; a son, James R. Fisher of Port Orange, Fla.; a daughter, Dorothy G. Kucik of Baltimore; two brothers, Melvin J. Windisch of White Marsh and Martin R. Windisch of Overlea; two sisters, Gladys Isenhour of White Marsh and Mary Dettor of Phoenix in Baltimore County; seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

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