Dorothy "Dottie" J. Moore, 81, a long-time resident of Morrisville, died on Monday at Lower Bucks Hospital. She was born in Huntingdon, PA, and raised in Altoona, PA, by her parents, the late A. Luther and Frances I. (Moyer) Gillaspie. She was the loving sister of, and is survived by, Nancy (Snyder) Wilson of Wilmington, Del., and her husband Rodney W. Wilson, and the devoted aunt to Darla F. Wilson of Wilmington, Del., and Rodney L. Wilson of Mays Landing, NJ, and Tyler J. Wilson and his wife Ann D. Blakey of Arlington, Va. She also had immense love for her grand-nieces and nephews: Sarah, Zane, Adrien, Nina and Martin. She was preceded in death by her sister, Fern L. Hejl. Dorothy spent her childhood in Altoona. After becoming a registered nurse in 1954, she moved to eastern PA in 1962 to begin a long career at Lower Bucks Hospital. For many years, she worked in the operating room, and throughout her lifetime she enjoyed the many close friendships she made with her colleagues at the hospital. As education standards for nursing increased, Dorothy was proud to receive her degree in health education at Rowan University (then Glassboro State College) in 1979. She retired from nursing in 1998. While she had not lived in Altoona for many years, Dorothy remained close to her relatives living in Homers Gap and the vicinity. Similarly, she enjoyed keeping in touch with Altoona High School (class of 1951) classmates and nursing school friends through reunions and other visits back to Blair County. Dorothy enjoyed singing and early on, sang with the Sweet Adelines in Altoona. She was active in various church choirs and also taught Sunday school and children's choirs. Another pleasure of Dorothy's was her worldwide travel with friends on trips from Africa to Russia to Alaska and places in between. Dorothy was a sports fan with allegiance across the state of PA. She rooted with great passion for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Philadelphia Phillies and, of course, for Penn State. In her later years, Dorothy enjoyed reading, watching old movies on TCM (she could challenge Robert Osbourne on movie knowledge!), talking with friends, and spending time with her extended family. She also gave generously to numerous charities. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, April 18, at Mauk & Yates Funeral Home, 719 N. 4th Avenue, Juniata. Friends will be received starting at 1 PM until the 3 PM funeral service, with Pastor Herbert Phillips, Fairless Hills, officiating. Private interment will be at Grandview Cemetery. Dorothy believed strongly in proper care for our veterans and asked that any memorial contributions be made to the Wounded Warriors Family Support at 920 S. 107th Ave, Suite 250, Omaha, Nebraska 68114 (www.wwfs.org).