|Father:||August Lewis Weidenhoeft (c.1892-????)|
|Mother:||Ida Emma Knapp (c.1896-1956)|
|Sister:||Hilda F. Weidenhoeft (1915-1956) [b. 1915-??-??, d. 1956-06-27, Hilda F. Scochin (1915-1956), husband Nicholas Scochin (1908-1989), son Kenneth Scochin (c.1947-1956), and daughter Katherine Scochin (c.1953- )]|
|Husband:||John Merle Stoll (1918-2015) married 1946-06-17.|
|Daughter:||Linda Jeanne Stoll (1947- )|
|Daughter:||Jane Carole Stoll (1952- )|
|Record:||Compiled by Stella S. Ivey.|
|Book:||The Shipleys of Maryland 1968, Dorothy Shipley Granger.|
|Find A Grave:||Dorothy A. Stoll (1919-2003)|
The Baltimore Sun, December 16, 2003.
Dorothy A. (Wiedenhoeft) Stoll
On December 14, 2003, DOROTHY A. (nee Wiedenhoeft), beloved wife of John M. Stoll and devoted mother of Linda Jeanne Stoll and Jane Carole Meleady and her husband Glenn; devoted grandmother of Glenn Garrett Meleady and devoted aunt of Kathy Scochin, Rebecca and Robin Stoll, Betty Joyce Zephir and Dake Oxley. Family will receive friends at the family owned and operated MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Ave, (Brooklyn) on Tuesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM where funeral services will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 AM. Interment in Cedar Hills Cemetery. Those desiring may make contributions to the Abiding Memorial Fund of Brooklyn United Methodist Church, 4th and Pontiac Avenues 21225.
From The Maryland Gazette, December 17, 2003. Text taken from Find A Grave, Dorothy A. Stoll (1919-2003):
Funeral services for Dorothy Alberta Stoll, 84, a longtime resident of Linthicum, will be held 11 a.m. today at McCully-Polyniak Funeral Home, 237 E. Patapsco Ave., Brooklyn.
Mrs. Stoll died Dec .14 at her home after a five-month illness. The cause of death was unavailable.
She was born Sept. 5, 1919, in Garrison.
Mrs. Stoll graduated from Forest Park High School in 1937.
She worked as an Ediphone operator at Montgomery Ward in Baltimore. She was also a homemaker.
Mrs. Stoll was a 58-year member of Brooklyn United Methodist Church. She served as president of the women's Bible class and taught Sunday school there for many years.
She was a member of the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn United Methodist Church, as well as a devotional leader. She was also a member of Evelyn Keller Circle at Linthicum Heights United Methodist Church.
She was a charter member of the Performing Arts Association of Linthicum, a member of AARP chapters 2244 and 3850, the Ann Arrundell Historical Society, the Garden Club of Brooklyn and the Civic League of Brooklyn.
Mrs. Stoll welcomed family and friends to "front porch get-togethers." She enjoyed mentoring young people and sharing her love of life with them.
Mrs. Stoll hosted sleigh-riding parties for family and friends at Snow Hill Farm, her former residence on Old Ordnance Road.
Survivors include her husband of 57 years, John Merle Stoll; two daughters, Linda Jeanne Stoll of Crofton and Jane Carole Meleady of Ocean View, Del.; and one grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her parents, August and Ida Wiedenhoeft; and one sister, Hilda Scochin.
Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Abiding Memorial Fund of Brooklyn United Methodist Church, Fourth Street and Pontiac Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21225.
A very sad newspaper story about Mrs. Stoll's parents and her sister's family. From The News (Frederick, MD), June 28, 1956, "Three Killed In Auto Wreck".
SPARKILL, N.Y., June 27 Death struck through three generations of a Baltimore family today when their car was smashed in a mishap involving two trucks. Three other members of the family and the driver of a truck were taken to a hospital with critical injuries. The dead, tentatively identified through personal papers and officers' phone calls to Baltimore relatives, were listed as: Mrs. Ida Wiedenhoeft, about 60; her daughter, Mrs. Hilda Scochin, 41, and Mrs. Scochin's son, Kenneth, 9. Those injured were believed to be August Wiedenhoeft, 64, husband of Mrs. Wiedenhoeft; Nicholas Scochin, 46, husband of Mrs. Scochin, and Katherine Scochin, 3, the Scochins' daughter.