At 100, a life far from ordinary

[Pioneer Press, November 03, 2009] Dorothy Schadegg might shrug, but she's packed a lot into her century of living. Flapper. Speed skater. Cabin builder. Wife. Widow. Explorer. And 22 years as a volunteer at United Hospital. Going to parties has put Dorothy Schadegg a little bit behind on preparing the Christmas stockings she sews every year for babies born during the holiday season at United Hospital in St. Paul. After all, it's not every year that you turn 100. Read the whole story at

Posted on November 03, 2009 in newspapersPioneer Press

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