Dorothy F. (Kane) Tuttle, 87, peacefully entered eternal rest on July 27, 2016. She was born to the late Elizabeth M. and John J. Kane of Portland. She attended school at St. Dominics and Portland High and was employed at several local companies before becoming a homemaker. Dorothy enjoyed cooking and skating, but most of all she loved music. She was always bringing joy to others with her ability to play the piano, sing and dance. As a young girl she appeared in many local Irish themed shows. She continued her passion throughout her entire life even becoming the volunteer pianist at her assisted living residence and at her nursing home. She will be remembered for her warm smile, caring disposition and resiliency. She was devoted to her beautiful mother, Elizabeth and her adored sister, Nancy. Dorothy lived in ME, NJ, NY and MA. Dorothy delighted in the antics of all the family pets both past and present. She had a great fondness for her home state of Maine and particularly enjoyed ice-skating at The Oaks, picnics at Portland Headlight, fireworks at the Eastern Promenade, many fun times at Old Orchard Beach and a delicious lobster roll at Kens Place. Dorothy is survived by her beloved daughters, Carol Louise Tuttle Lang and her husband, Kenneth of Weymouth, MA and Betty Lynn Tuttle Nye and her husband, Robert of Charlottesville, VA. She also leaves behind her cherished granddaughters, Cynthia Elizabeth Jennie Lang and her husband John B. Hanula of Weymouth, MA and Sara L. Shaughnessy of Westport, MA. Dorothy was joyously awaiting the birth of Cynthias baby and becoming a great-grandmother. She is also survived by her loving sisters, Louise M. Cady and her husband, Raymond of South Portland and Elizabeth (Betty) A. Cook of Standish, as well as many nieces and nephews. Dorothy is also survived by her former husband of 24 years, Everett L. Tuttle of Portland and they remained on cordial terms. Dorothy was predeceased by her sisters Barbara Steffe of PA and Nancy A. Kane of Portland. The angels in Heaven are singing while Dorothy is playing the piano. The family would like to express their gratitude to all of Dorothys caregivers. Funeral services were private. Internment was at Calvary Cemetery. To view Dorothys memorial page, or to share an online condolence, visit www.ConroyTullyWalker.com.