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Photo courtesy of O.E. Larson-Osborne Mortuary---Rainville Brothers Chapel - Minneapolis

Doris Mae Yorston

Columbia Heights, Minnesota

Oct 23, 1925 – Nov 4, 2012

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Aunt Doris,
I remember the times our family spent with you in Fridley when we were all much younger. I don't recall all the details, just the camaraderie and love that came from being family. I remember the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners at Grandpa's and Grandma's with fondness and joy. When I was graduating from high school, my family had suffered from a severe financial hardship due to medical problems and you bought me a graduation ring because we couldn't afford it. While I have...

Grandma us three Stromdahl girls loved you with all of our hearts! You Brightned ours days when we got to see you! But now You are at peace. And will be missed dearly. Never forgotten. love you.

I knew Doris years ago when she was a companion of my ex wife's father Arvid Plack. Doris always had a smile and shared it with everyone. I feel privileged to have known her.

I miss you so much. No Tv blaring, no lights going off and on. I am at a loss as to what I should do. My world revolved around you and now I am just spinning aimlessly. Please be with me always. I love you.

Obituaries

Doris's Obituaries

Doris Mae Yorston (West)Age 87, peacefully passed away Nov. 4, 2012 with her family at her side. She is preceded in death by her husband George W.; parents, Joseph and Fern West; 2 sisters and 1 brother. Survived by her children, Robert (Helen) Siegfried, Darrell (Audrey) Siegfried, Sandy (Rob)...

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