Sunday, February 15, 2009

Going Home

I just wanted to ask all of our friends to keep Scott & I and my family in your prayers. My grandma, Doris passed away on the 14th in the afternoon at her home. I was very close to my grandma and she was a special person to so many. She was a very faithful woman who loved God and was a wonderful servant to him. She taught me so much. She loved to have a good time, she was very outgoing, loved to play bingo and 500 rummy. She never knew a stranger. I will miss her laugh and all of the good heart to heart talks that we shared about life, love and and everything in between. She helped me alot throughout my life and was great rock. She will be missed greatly.

Doris Ann Boyer, 78, of Rushville, died Feb. 14, 2009

Born Sept. 24, 1930 in Rushville, she was the daughter of Daniel Keith and Wanda (Moore) Heeb. She married Verlin Lee Boyer June 14, 1947; he survives.
Mrs. Boyer worked in nursing several years at Rush Memorial Hospital and Hillside Haven. Years ago she was active in the Rush County Chorus and Presbyterian Church Women United. Recently she was very active in the grandparents program at the Grow & Learn preschool. She was a member of First Church of God and a 10-year breast cancer survivor.
Survivors in addition to her husband include son, Michael (Mary) Boyer of Sarasota, Fla.; daughter, Pamela (James) Bennett of Rushville; brothers, James of Fort Myers, Fla., Richard of Rushville and Billy Bob of Connersville; sisters, Beverly Buhler, Donna and Charlene Anderson, all of Rushville; eight grandchildren; five step grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by two sons, Ronald and Danny; and a brother, Robert.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Moster Mortuary in Rushville with Pastor Joe Ed Shouse officiating. Burial will follow in Arlington East Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the mortuary.
Memorial contributions may be made to Rushville Senior Citizens Center.

1 comment:

Frazzled said...

Shannon, I am so sorry about the loss of your beautiful grandmother. We all need a rock like her in our lives. It seems the older I get the more and more rocks I am I have to be that rock for my kids and grandkids...the cycle of life...let's not forget to give back what we have taken...God Bless you two!!!