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Doris I. Stacy

Candia, New Hampshire

Jun 5, 1932 – Apr 26, 2018 (Age 85)

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Doris I. Stacy, 85, of Bedford, formerly of Candia, died April 26, 2018 at her residence where she spent her last days surrounded by her loving family. Born in Cambridge, MA on June 5, 1932, she was the daughter of John B. and Blanche (Cyr) Gagnon. She graduated from Manchester Central...

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Im sorry for your loss. I really loved Doris and taking care of her was a blessing. She was funny and stubborn so we got along great. She was a good friend and i will miss her dearly.

Im sorry for your loss. I really loved Doris and taking care of her was a blessing. She was funny and stubborn so we got along great. She was a good friend and i will miss her dearly.

So sorry to hear about Aunt Doris. Jay,Carol, Monique and Dylan Gassek

Dear Stacy Cousins: I am just learning about Aunt Doris. I am so sorry for your loss. Many fond memories of my God Mother. Thinking of you. Love Stacy, Dana and Jacob. Bow, NH

DEAR CINDY AND GENE AND FAMILY. SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR MOM,S PASSING. ENJOYED MANY WINTERS TOGETHER AT E.G. CARTER LOVED TO PLAY SHUFFLE WITH RON. ALWAYS ENJOYED VISITING WITH THEM AND AT EXERCISE CLASS. OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY. CHRIS AND CARTER VOLNER E.G. FRIENDS

Very sad day. Doris and her beautiful smile and kindness will be dearly missed. Our thoughts, prayers, and love go out to her family. Miss you all.

Sorry to hear of the passing of your dear mother. She was a sweet lady. Always at exercise at Ellenton Gardens.

Dear Cindy and family, I send my deepest sympathy for the passing of your Mom. I so loved the many visits with both your Mom and Dad. Ellenton Garden neighbor and friend. Pray you feel our Heavenly Fathers arms wrapped around each of you. Love, Bev. Pence

I will remember Doris. When I met her she told me her name and then her and Ron rode the bikes around the park. When they came back, me being new to ellenton gardens, could not remember all the names, well she asked me what her name was and I could not REMEMBER... And she said it's Doris Doris Doris. So that's what I called her...very SWEET couple they were. Ron would kinda be amused by it all...sending you my sympathies.

Will always have a special place on my heart for Auntie Doris, my dad's little sister.