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Fay Lana (Dooms) Berry
19 juin 1940 – 15 septembre 2020
Fay Lana (Dooms) Berry, age 80, of Centralia, Washington passed away on Tuesday, September 15, 2020. Fay was born June 19, 1940 in Dryad, Washington to Margaret Dooms and Troy Dooms.
Fay wrote poetry, loved to read, and spending time with her sisters playing cards. For birthdays, everyone would gather to exchange gifts and play cards. They had mother/daughter Christmases every year to exchange gifts. All mothers, sisters, and daughters would join in and it was always a big deal. Fay really cherished the time that she spent with her sisters. She also loved ceramics and painting. She was a Yard Birds employee from 1965 - 1982 and retired as the Assistant Store Manager. She loved that store. It was a big part of her life.
Fay is survived by her husband, Robert Berry; daughter Susanna Sturza (Ronald); and daughter Donna Harris; son Robert Berry II (Tegan); daughter Gwenda Brown (Tony); sister Ella May Sallee, 9 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
Fay was preceded in death by son Duane Thornton; father Troy Dooms and mother Margaret Dooms; and 8 of her siblings.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Fay's memory may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105 US, stjude.org or to a charity of your choice.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.sticklinsfuneralchapel.com for the Berry family.
- Troy Dooms, Father (deceased)
- Margaret Dooms, Mother (deceased)
- Suzanna Sturza (Ronald), Daughter
- Donna Harris, Daughter
- Ella May Sallee, Sister
- Duane Thornton, Son (deceased)
- Robert Berry, Husband
- 9 Grandchildren, 9 Great-Grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
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Fay Lana (Dooms) Berry
1 novembre , 2020
I worked at Yard Birds when Fay was there, although my last name back then was Brown. The thing I remember most about her was she was a tough boss and so many people wanted to work under her. If you had the desire to learn from the best, then you wanted to work for Fay. She also treated the employees like family. The one thing that I will remember most about this wonderful lady is her unforgettable smile. That smile lit up the room the moment she would walk in. The only thing I can say about her is WOW, what a lady. To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers. Sincerely, Pam Brown Craddock.