Miss Lillian Lisa Dorman was born to Bridgette Moyte and Sean Dorman on November 4, 2013 in Casper, Wyoming. She was full of light and Love from day one. Her 3 big brothers, Branden Moyte age 14, Ashton Hammond age 12, and Corbin Dorman age 9 all cherished and adored their baby sister. And even though she was the baby, her brother’s knew who was the boss. She knew she could get anyone to do whatever she wanted them to do.
No matter how bad things got Lillian could always cheer people up with her smile and happiness. There weren’t many times that she was unhappy.
She loved playing with her dolls and Barbie’s and could occupy herself for hours with her imagination. Lillian was a real momma’s girly girl.
She always loved to wake up and eat breakfast and start her day. Her choices of breakfast were probably her favorite part of the day. Lillian enjoyed going camping whether it was 0 degrees ice fishing or the lake in the summer walleye fishing in the boat with her father, brother and grandpa.
Lillian was so lively and spirited that she made a lasting impression on anyone and everyone who came into contact with her. She always had a smile on her face and was always happy and loving. The world is a better place with such souls as Lillian’s roaming the earth. At her parent’s home she ran the show, she was quite the little nut, with a phenomenal personality. She knew what she liked and wanted and made that well known to her mom, dad and brothers. A very vocal miss-thing! She will be forever loved, adored and missed dearly.
She passed away the morning of July 20, 2017 at the children’s hospital of Colorado in Aurora, Colorado with her mother and father by her side. She sustained major injuries due to a motor vehicle collision on July 6, 2017 in Casper, Wyoming.
Lillian is survived by her father, Sean Dorman; mother, Bridgette Moyte, brothers, Branden Moyte, Ashton Hammond, and Corbin Dorman; grandparents, Darrel Dorman and Ron and Mary Westby; aunts and uncles, Tasha Jones, Ryan Dorman, Ashley Moyte, and Caroline Moyte.
Lillian ALWAYS had a smile on her face and was always happy and loving and was a huge part of her parents, brothers, family and friends lives. She left a lasting impression on everyone she ever came into contact with.
Lillian will always be missed but we want to celebrate her life and the time we had with her while she was alive.
Her celebration of life will be Friday, July 28, 2017 at Highland Park Community Church at 1:00 P.M. All are welcome to the service.