Doris L. Quarles
1936 - 2021

January 9, 1936 ˜ December 29, 2021

Doris L. Quarles passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021. Mom was born Jan. 9, 1936, to Dewey and Elsie Huddleston in Boise, ID.
Chuck and Doris were married on April 25, 1953 in Hermiston, OR. Dad passed away on May 8, 1989, in Washougal, WA. Mom worked and retired from Pendleton Woolen Mills and made many friends there. She was a member of United Methodist Church in Washougal and enjoyed being able to do whatever it was that she was asked to do.
She was predeceased by her loving husband; sister-in-law, Fleur Huddleston; brothers-in-law, George Quarles, Paul Quarles, Earl Quarles, Hal Moore, Leonard Bowling; and grandson, Aaron.
She is survived by her sons and their families, Randy (Loree), Dwayne (Jeannie); grandchildren, Michelle (Alan), Randi (Joe), Brandon, Natasha, Shane (Liz), Shawn, Lana (Thomas), Ericka, and Nathan; several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; lots of cousins, nieces, and nephews. She is also survived by her brothers, Arnie Huddleston and Dwayne (Marge) Huddleston; sisters-in-law, Willa Moore, Barbara Bowling, Dorthey Loveland, Marva Quarles, Carol Quarles; and former sister-in-law, Louise.
Her memorial will be held at United Methodist Church in Washougal, WA, at a later date.
She is with dad again.
Rest in Peace Mom, we love you.
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Published by The Columbian on Jan. 13, 2022.
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She was a gentle soul who always greeted me with a smile. My memories of riding my bike from the North Fork of the Washougal to her home by the rodeo grounds she always greeted me with a tall glass of water. Over the years she was so proud of her family she always have me an update on how well they were doing with eyes of absolute pride. Rest in Peace Dear Lady,
Shirley McCoy
January 16, 2022
I will truly miss my godmother Aunt Doris you are truly one of a kind God Bless
Angela Moudy
January 14, 2022
I have yet to meet another lady like my Grandma Doris. A few have come close, but not quite. She had always showed nothing but unconditional love, understanding, a caring heart, someone who was trustworthy and honest; you name it, she was. She was the real deal when it came to being a wife, a mother, a friend, and the most important to me was a Grandmother. I had always felt that I was one of the luckiest, to have a Grandma like her.  I have so many memories that I will always cherish. I miss her terribly
Randi Lee
January 14, 2022
i miss doris every day.imiss her every sunday when she would greet us at the church door. i will just think of her as the greeter at the gates of heaven. i know that she will be there to welcome me just as she was every sunday morning.
gladyssss dole
January 13, 2022
I am so sorry for your great loss. I pray for comfort and peace for the family. I only met Doris a couple times but she was such a sweet welcoming soul I felt her aura of love. Her granddaughter, Randi spoke often and so highly of Doris that I wished she were my Grandmother! Randi's face just lit up when speaking of Doris and the love Doris poured out to her family. She was an inspiration to Randi of what unconditional, never ending love is. What a wonderful legacy Doris left. Rest in His arms sweet lady. Blessings to the family.
Brenda Backes
January 13, 2022
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