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August 18, 2018

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March 17, 2018
Doris babysat for me and my siblings throughout our childhood. She became part of the family- she'd stay for the weeks that Mom and Dad were on vacation. Over the years, she shared many special occasions with us, and when Mom was in her final days, Doris traveled across the city to visit her with homemade cookies. I enjoyed talking with Doris by phone, and visiting with her when I was in Pittsburgh. We were devastated to hear of her passing, and so sorry that we didn't know sooner. The world has lost a truly good, compassionate, generous and fun soul. We miss her deeply.
November 9, 2017
You have been a wonderful friend and will be greatly missed.
November 9, 2017
You were a great gal and I will miss.
November 8, 2017
My Aunt Doris was a pistol! If The Countess Carlin of Bloomfield counted you as a friend she was loyal to the end. She never forgot birthdays, anniversaries, remembrances or illness with a card or letter. Every year for the Kentucky Derby we would wear our hats and she would place a dollar bet for herself, me, my daughter Mia, my Mom Ruth (her sister) and my sister Pamela and we would cheer together/apart in different cities. We never won but didn't care. She was always kind to my daughter which I will never forget. She is reunited with her brothers and sisters in Heaven now. Rest in Peace Aunt Doris.