Doris-DeLong-Obituary

Doris DeLong

Topeka, Kansas

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Doris DeLong, 85, of Tecumseh, passed away Saturday, March 22, 2008 at Stormont-Vail Hospital from complications following a stroke. She was born October 1, 1922 in Tecumseh, KS the daughter of Howard and Ethel Howbert. Doris was married to Frank J. DeLong in January 1947. He preceded her in...

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I got to know Doris in later years through her sister Dorothy and got to play cards with them a few times... what great fun! What a lovely lady with an adorable sparkle in her eyes. I enjoyed getting to know she and Frank. I know she will be greatly missed. I send prayers to the family and know that you will have many, many wonderful and fun memories of her!

Ed Delong:
Our deepest condolences are with you as you grieve the loss of your mother.

There are no words to express our grief in the loss of Doris. We have so many fond memories of her and your family throughout the years.
Our sincere sympathy is with all of you.

We always enjoyed camping, fishing and eating out with Frank and Doris. they were both very special people. Sorry we will be unable to attend the service due to health resons, but we will be thinking about you and our blessings.

Linda Montgomery & Ed Delong
My heart goes out to you and your families.
Thinking of you,

Linda:
Words can't express how sorry we were to hear of your loss. Your mom was the epitome of a lady, and we always enjoyed visiting with her. Although the road ahead is tough, we hope you'll find comfort in your happy memories of her. Let us know if there's anything we can do to help.

Linda and family,
Our hearts goes out to you in this time of sorrow. Keep faith in the Lord and remember He will carry you through this.

What wonderful memories we have of "Aunt Doris". She was a very special Aunt to me, (Ralph). I remember many great times with the family gatherings, laughing, playing cards and eating. Aunt Doris was always there with a smile and friendliness that made everyone feel special. She will be missed.

My deepest sympathies in the loss of your mother. In my youth, our families lived just one block apart on Lincoln St. in Topeka. I recall when our mothers carpooled and worked together for the State of Kansas. Your mother was a special woman. I enjoyed being around both of your parents as they were a fun loving couple. They will be missed.