Aunt Doris will always be in our memories and prayers. We enjoyed visiting Irv And Doris when we came up from PA. Doris, under her sometimes gruff exterior was a wonderful, caring person. We will miss her greatly.
Mrs Smith was always a familiar face when going in the Guidance office. She was always correcting someones grammar if used incorrectly, but we always took it in stride. I also have many memories of her at my grandmothers for picnics when I was young, with one of her many small dogs. She was a great woman who will be remembered by many.
We have lost "One in a Million," when Doris Smith passed. She was a dear, dear lady, and I will always remember her "grouchy" persona, but I was well aware of the "real" Doris. Her devotion to "Poor Irv," was most memorable. She will be recalled as one of my favorite people.
Rest in peace Doris, our thoughts and prayers are with Irv and your entire family, in which we are honored and proud to be members of. Rest now dear friend your work here is done, god bless you always.
Doris was one of the first people I met whenm I began teaching at GCS. Although she had that "grouchy" and " mean" exterior she always had a quick witted story or comment that would make your day. I remember her fondly.
Dad,Todd (my love),Dorrie
As we know mom was the rock. She told us all what to do and when. I have many good memories and will miss her. I will be here to help you all through this tuff time. I love you all.
Thank you for your always colorful perspective on life. Your humor and temperment made the lives of many an anxious college bound student a bit saner. Under that exterior was a true gem of a gal with a huge heart and the ability to connect with anyone in her presence.
To Todd, Irv, Dorrie, Dee, Jon, Jason and the rest of the family:
We know how much you will miss Doris...We wish that we could be there with you but know that you have our love, support and prayers during this difficult time. She was a one of a kind person. I will never forget the day that I first met her. She was taking her lunch break from school to go down to the Greenville pond to rescue the ducks that got caught in the weeds. I was amazed by her spirit, caring and her agility. May she rest in peace. Maureen and Mike