Doris Louise Sanders

Aug 24, 1937 – May 7, 2017

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Doris Louise Sanders born August 24, 1937 Home with Jesus May 7, 2017

She was born in Fort Worth, Texas to Frank Stanfield Hughes and Juliet Moses Hughes.

Along with her siblings, Paul and Susan, Doris and her parents left Texas for California in 1955.

Doris fell in love, married and was a working Mom as she raised her 3 children, Derk, Suzanne, and Michael.  She started her job in 1963 at the phone company as an operator using the old cord boards and later she was excited to help train on the new board system, in 1992 she retired. Doris enjoyed her 3 grandsons, Jason, Michael and Nicholas, and great granddaughter Taylor Jeanne.   

Jesus was first in her heart always, and she would want the same for those that knew her.

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. KJV

Guestbook

Derk J Boss
Las Vegas, NV
May 25, 2017

As I've grown older and raised kids of my own, and faced as we all do, life's challenges, I've realized what an amazing job you did raising us alone. How you did it I'll never know. I know we were a wild group but you steered us through and we are better people because of you and your sacrifices.

You are missed and were always loved.

Love,

Derk

Susan G. Kohn
Las Vegas, Ne
May 25, 2017

Dear Doris

I wanted to thank you for bringing three beautiful children into the world and our family.

As they grew up, they became more endearing to us all, especially me!

Good job!

Love your sister, Susan

Susan G Kohn
Las Vegas, Nv.
May 25, 2017

Susan G. Kohn
Las Vegas, Nevada
May 25, 2017

Jason and Micaela
Las Vegas , NV
May 24, 2017

Such a beautiful soul Grandma was. I know we didn't get to hang out much but we love you and miss you!! I wish you could have met my beautiful wife but I know your smilimg down on us everyday.

Joshua Hughes
San Jose, CA
May 15, 2017

It was so many years since I last saw you, Doris, but I will never forget your kindness, your love, your wonderful laugh, and your big heart. You are off to a much better place. Bless you.

Pat Holden
Lakewood, Wa
May 13, 2017

I sure do miss you Doris. Every time I cook something good I think, I should take Doris some, then I remember you are no longer my neighbor. I know you went straight to heaven and that I will see you again when my time comes to join my heavenly family. Until we meet again, Pat

Michael Boss
Tacoma, WA
May 11, 2017

Miss you grandma. I wish we could have spent more time together since I came back home. I know you will be watching over all of us.

PAul D. Hughes
Morgan Hill, CA
May 11, 2017

I'll miss yu sis. Till we meet again and walk Gods green hills. Love you.

Diane hughes
Morgan Hill , Ca
May 11, 2017

A very dear and wonderful lady who loved her children and siblings and Jesus. You were a wonderful witness to your family and friends and will be greatly missed. I love you Doris......Di

Timothy Diamond
Federal Way, Wa
May 11, 2017

Mom filled a void in my life and gave me a second chance to call someone Mom. Great joy mom put in our world, great joy she adds to heaven, Yeshua for life, all Glory to God. Love ya Mom.

Tom and Margy
Tacoma, Wa
May 10, 2017

We're going to miss her so much. This world lost one of it's sweetest inhabitants.

Tim and Suzanne Diamond
Federal Way, Wa
May 10, 2017

Mom, we so love you! we will miss you hear on earth, and we know we will see you in Heaven.

Love you,

Suzanne and Timothy

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