Dorothy Edwards was among the first group of people trained by the Red Cross to teach swimming to Miami-Dade children in the 1940s. She is seen here, in July, 2002, on the porch of her home in Liberty City with her dog, Tiny.
Dorothy Edwards was among the first group of people trained by the Red Cross to teach swimming to Miami-Dade children in the 1940s. She is seen here, in July, 2002, on the porch of her home in Liberty City with her dog, Tiny. Donna E. Natale Planas Miami Herald File
Dorothy Edwards was among the first group of people trained by the Red Cross to teach swimming to Miami-Dade children in the 1940s. She is seen here, in July, 2002, on the porch of her home in Liberty City with her dog, Tiny. Donna E. Natale Planas Miami Herald File

Miami Centenarian: Educator Dorothy Edwards dies at 102

September 20, 2016 08:19 PM

UPDATED September 21, 2016 06:03 AM

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