A Family Thank You In Memory of Doris Stinson:

Pat and Doris in 2007 photo.

Doris, her sister Ileen Mathewson and life long friend Alva Hawgood.

Pat's 60th birthday party with friends and family. Doris is pictured to the right of Pat.

Doris, Pat and Sandra Pegg from a picture taken at Lee and Shannon Misselbrook's wedding day.

Christmas 2007 presents happy girls, Jill, grandma Doris and Beth.

Beth, grandma Doris and great grandsons Justin and Cameron.

Jill, Cam, Justin and Beth pay a visit to the "Stinson Family Farm". Jill and Beth have wonderful memories of time spent with their grandparents.

The Stinson Family Farm.

One of Cameron's favourite pictures.

   The family, in memory of Doris Stinson, wish to thank family and friends for their comforting words, cards, flowers, donations, food and visits. Thank you also, Reverend John Maroney, of Christ Church (Anglican) Dresden for his gift of song, music and prayer while visiting Doris at Riverview Gardens. As well our thanks to Rev. John for his thoughtful and loving tribute at her celebration of life, held at the Thomas L. DeBurger Funeral Home.

    Our family is so appreciative of  our friends and "moms" nieces and nephews and cousins for all their loving support. Ted's brother Alan, and sister in-law Lillian regularly delivered love, compassion and caring to mother and me.
     The ladies of the Christ Church prepared a lovely lunch and reception following the service and we are grateful. 

    We are so very thankful for the support and guidance of our friends Tom and Lynda DeBurger of Thomas L. DeBurger Funeral, Dresden. 

     Doris was an amazing, wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, and she is lovingly remembered each and everyday, by all who knew and loved her. 

     She now joins, husband Ted, for a happy round of golf in God's great heaven. 

Thank You,
Pat, and Ted 
Jill, Carl, Justin, Cameron 
and Beth.   

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Obituary of Doris Stinson

STINSON: Doris age 87 of Riverview Gardens Chatham passed away Monday July 28, 2014. Born in Dresden daughter of the late Alva and Margaret (Graham) McKim. Doris had been a long time employee of Eve’s Jewelry Store. She loved camping and golfing with her husband Ted. She was a member of Eddy’s Mills United Church. Her husband Ted predeceased in 1998. Survived by daughter Pat and husband Ted Misselbrook of R. R. # 1 Croton, grandchildren Jill Misselbrook and husband Carl Larocque and Beth Misselbrook, great grandsons Justin and Cameron, sister-in-law Juanita Mackie of Sarnia. Predeceased by her sister Eileen Mathewson and stepbrothers Gary and Harold McKim. Visitors will be received at the Thomas L. DeBurger Funeral Home 620 Cross St. Dresden Thursday July 31,2014 from 10:00 a.m. until service time at 12:00 p.m. A celebration of Doris’s life will take place in the chapel of the funeral home at 12:00 p.m. with Rev. John Maroney officiating. Interment in Dresden Cemetery.