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Doris Marie DeLong

Parkersburg, West Virginia

Mar 7, 1923 – Dec 5, 2013


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Sunset Memorial Funeral Home Obituary

Doris Marie Strother DeLong, 90, of Parkersburg passed away surrounded by her family Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013 at the Willows Nursing and Rehab Center.She was born March 7, 1923, in Parkersburg a daughter to the late Clark J. and Lenore Rossa Hill Christopher. She was a homemaker, a member of Stout...

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So sorry for your loss, we just found out. She was a real special lady. We will never forget that smile. I don't know what life would have been like growing up someplace besides on Custer Street with our "gang". And our dear mothers support, encouragement, instructions, and Barbie Doll clothes. :) Mrs. Dingdong has helped to fashion my character and will never be forgotten. May the God of comfort be with you all . And the hope of His soon coming be a constant reminder that...

Jeff, Sherry & Family - Such sad news learning of your Mother's passing. Losing one's Mother is one of life's most difficult moments, I know. Please be comforted that she knew how much she was loved & you were all very blessed to have had her so long & then to be at her side as she departed this physical world. Your loving care surely made her transition peaceful. May God continue to bless & keep you all.

Larry, Brenda, and Jeff.... I am sorry for your loss. you and your families are in my prayers.. loved your mother. with deepest sympathy, Steve Stewart

Jeff, Sherry and family, very saddened to hear of your mother's passing. From the stories you told and the way you talked of her it was obvious that she was a great lady. Truely sorry and wish I was there to give you both a hug.

You were my best friend and the one I could always talk to. Larry and I loved having you travel with use. I will never forget your smile and how your eyes lit up at the play in Lancaster, PA.

Brenda and Jeff it has been many years since I've seen you or your mother. I remember her well as a Girl Scout leader with my mother, Annabel DeLong.
Sorry for your lose. She was a wonderful person. We bought my parents house and are living there now. You are welcome to come by anytime. You and your family are in our prayers.

David and Crystal De Long

Jeff, Sherry, and family - I was sorry to read about your mother (mother-in-law and grandmother). I like the picture here - she looks like she was a fun person, though I never met her. I just wanted to send my condolences - you all were always such a nice part of Mom's life (Mary McClung) when you were neighbors - I'm sure she's met your Mom by now in Heaven and they are watching over us all. Take Care and God Bless. Margaret Griffing (and Mike Griffing)

I miss you, Grandma. You touched my life in thousands of ways. I can hear your voice now if I close my eyes and listen close. Much love to all of the family as you gather to celebrate a most glorious life.

Brenda and Jeff,
I visited your house many times in years past and had a great time with your mother. I remember her fondly as I do both of you. My prayers and love go out for you. May God bless you in this time of loss.

Your old friend,

Lynn LeMasters, Winter Haven, FL