OBITUARY

Doris Ann Cassell

January 18, 1933March 29, 2021

Doris Ann Cassell (1933-2021)

Her life was a living example of the Bible verse, Ephesians 4:32 “And be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving one another, just as God also forgave you in Christ.”

On March 29, 2021, Doris Cassell went to peacefully reside with family and friends that she had not seen for years, reuniting with her husband John Joseph Cassell, Jr., mother Loretta Blaylock, father Basil Blaylock, sister Sue Jarrell (Coba Jarrell) and brother Dale Blaylock (Mimi Blaylock). Her new home is an indescribable heavenly place with an almighty loving landlord.

Doris is survived by her six children: Cassandra Kyler, Sandy (Ron Kyler), John Joseph Cassell III, Dusty (Barbara Cassell), Stephanie Senter (John Senter), Jeffrey Cassell, Christopher Cassell and Patrick Cassell (Paula Cassell). Doris was also the cherished grandmother of: Landry Locker, Natasha Adee, Kaylan Locker, Bradley Turland, Jarrod Davis, Erin Cassell, Charlotte Bringhurst, Michael Cassell and Jessica Cassell. Doris also left behind eight dearly loved great grandchildren.

Doris lived a selfless life, devoting her love, time, and energy to her family and friends. For over fifty years, she was also dedicated to serving her country as an active member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary and the Military Order of the Cooties Auxiliary, groups seeking to honor military veterans. She served as treasurer for the Ladies Auxiliary for 30 plus years. Every month for 50 years she visited the Veterans Hospitals to help and cheer up the disabled veterans. In 1983, when she was just 50 years old, Doris was honored for devoting over 500 hours of volunteer work. She continued visiting the elderly patients even when she herself was elderly until she was not healthy enough to do so.

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.” George R.R. Martin

Helping others brought Doris joy. Reading was also another a passion. If the above quote is accurate, Doris lived over a thousand lives. There is not enough space or time to do justice to this incredibly beautiful person. Please join us 10:00 Saturday morning April 24 at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home: 211 West Ave. B, Copperas Cove, Texas.

  • FAMILY

  • John Joseph Cassell Jr., Husband (deceased)
  • Cassandra "Sandy" Sue Kyler (Ron), Daughter
  • John "Dusty" Joseph Cassell III (Barbara), Son
  • Stephanie Ann Senter (John), Daughter
  • Jeffrey Lynn Cassell, Son
  • Christopher Scott Cassell, Son
  • Patrick Kevin Cassell (Paula), Son

Services

24 April

Memorial Service

10:00 am

Crawford-Bowers

211 W Ave B
Copperas Cove, Texas 76544

Memories

Doris Ann Cassell

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Karen Kaylor

April 12, 2021

I am a member of MOCA #13 and Doris was a wonderful member of our Auxiliary. She was treasurer so many years and She will be missed. I am also Grand Chaplain and would love to have cards sent to the family. Could you please send me your mailing address and I will notify Supreme ? She was loved by many, Thank you Karen

Larry Cassell

March 31, 2021

DEEP SYMPATHY TO ALL THE FAMILY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS GOD BE WITH YOU ALL

Biography

Doris Ann Cassell (1933-2021)

Her life was a living example of the Bible verse, Ephesians 4:32
“And be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving one another, just as God also forgave you in Christ.”

On March 29, 2021, Doris Cassell went to peacefully reside with family and friends that she had not seen for years, reuniting with her husband John Joseph Cassell, Jr., mother Loretta Blaylock, father Basil Blaylock, sister Sue Jarrell (Coba Jarrell) and brother Dale Blaylock (Mimi Blaylock). Her new home is an indescribable heavenly place with an almighty loving landlord.

Doris is survived by her six children: Cassandra Kyler, Sandy (Ron Kyler), John Joseph Cassell III, Dusty (Barbara Cassell), Stephanie Senter (John Senter), Jeffrey Cassell, Christopher Cassell and Patrick Cassell (Paula Cassell). Doris was also the cherished grandmother of: Landry Locker, Natasha Adee, Kaylan Locker, Bradley Turland, Jarrod Davis, Erin Cassell, Charlotte Bringhurst, Michael Cassell and Jessica Cassell. Doris also left behind eight dearly loved great grandchildren.

Doris lived a selfless life, devoting her love, time, and energy to her family and friends. For over fifty years, she was also dedicated to serving her country as an active member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary and the Military Order of the Cooties Auxiliary, groups seeking to honor military veterans. She served as treasurer for the Ladies Auxiliary for 30 plus years. Every month for 50 years she visited the Veterans Hospitals to help and cheer up the disabled veterans. In 1983, when she was just 50 years old, Doris was honored for devoting over 500 hours of volunteer work. She continued visiting the elderly patients even when she herself was elderly until she was not healthy enough to do so.

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.” George R.R. Martin

Helping others brought Doris joy. Reading was also another a passion. If the above quote is accurate, Doris lived over a thousand lives.

There is not enough space or time to do justice to this incredibly beautiful person. Please join us 10:00 Saturday morning April 24 at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home: 211 West Ave. B, Copperas Cove, Texas.