OBITUARY

Doris Liming

August 3, 1929March 29, 2012

Doris Maurine Knight Liming, 82, was born in Luling, Texas on August 3, 1929 to W. T. Knight and Artie Lois Williams Knight. They moved to Corpus Christi in 1938 where she grew up with her brother James. She married Earl “Gordon” Liming on April 8, 1960 in Mexico. After spending a year and a half living in Illinois, they returned to Corpus Christi and then moved to Burnet in 1971 where she remained until her death. Doris had a “varied life” throwing herself completely into everything she did, from selling shoes to working as a TV station projectionist and assistant manager to styling wigs, making leather arm guards and manufacturing bow and gun cases. She co-owned with her husband Gordon’s Custom Cases in Burnet. Her passion was archery and she was the third woman ever to shoot 500 in Texas and join the “500 Club”. Doris is survived by her husband Gordon of Burnet; brother James Knight and wife Ann of Burnet; nephew Ricky Knight and wife Gay of Corpus Christi; 3 great nieces, 2 great nephews, 5 great-great nieces and 2 great-great nephews. Doris lost her battle with cancer on March 29, 2012 in Round Rock. Graveside services and interment was held at 10:00 A.M. Monday, April 2, 2012 at the Burnet City Cemetery with Reverend Dawn Rosignol officiating. Honorary pallbearers named were Ricky Knight, Tim Hunziker, Joe Jackson, John Henry Calhoun, Dale Young, and T.J. Hunziker. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to the American Heart Association of the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), P.O. Box 872, Burnet, Texas 78611. A memorial register and obituary is available at www.clementswilcoxburnet.com. Arrangements made by Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home Burnet, Texas

Services

  • Graveside Service Monday, April 2, 2012
REMEMBERING

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scott sims-lotz

March 29, 2013

It saddens me that I waited so long to reconnect with two people that meant so much to me.....only to find out that both had went on to their great reward......its comforting to know that you're not only with god, but you're together.

May 21, 2012

To my good friend Gordon.
I don't have words to express my sadness for the loss of Doris. I hope you can find solice in knowing that she is now enjoying her reward for all of the good things she did for people throughout her life. You were both the best neighbors and friends that I could have asked for and I will never forget the kindness that you have both shown me.
May the peace and blessings of Our Lord be upon you.
Sincerely,
Steve Gerlich

FROM THE FAMILY