Dean J. Doering
Passed away on June 6, 2020
DOERING - Dean J. Age 62, suddenly passed in Folsom C.A. on June 6, 2020. Dean, formerly of Snyder, NY, husband of MaryLee Doering; father of Deanna Doering; stepfather of Grant (Mary) Weil, Grayson (Brittany) Weil, and Marissa Udzella; son of Donald F. Doering (deceased) and Shirley M. Doering (deceased); brother of Daniel B. Doering (deceased) and Deborah D. Smith; uncle of Allison (Gary) Novotny, Jillian and Caroline Smith, and step grandfather to 3 grandchildren. Dean graduated from Amherst High School, and attended the University of Buffalo to pursue a bachelor’s in economics, where he also later received his MBA. He worked in finance and later pursued wholesale mortgage lending where he became a manager and account executive with Parkside Lending and Newfi Lending for accounts in San Fransico, Northern California Bay Area. He enjoyed travel, culture, history, fitness, and movies. He had a gift for story telling and never knew a stranger. He was an active member of Oak Hills Church and the Saturday Morning Oak Hills mens group for over ten years. But most of all Dean enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. Calling hours are Monday June 15th from 4pm until 7pm at the Miller Funeral Home, 507 Scott street, Folsom California 95630. A private funeral service will be held on Tuesday June 16th, 2pm at Oaks Hills Church in Folsom, C.A. Any donations can be sent to the Play Makers Organizations or the Benevolent Fund with Oak Hills Church. Online condolences may be sent to www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com
Monday, June 15, 2020
Dean J. Doering
June 22, 2020
I had the pleasure of working with Dean at InterFirst and Parkside Lending. Dean made work fun by always looking at the bright side of tough situations and industry challenges. I like to surround myself with positive people and Dean was someone who lived a very giving and positive life. Dean had a knack for making you feel better after talking to him. I agree he was a super story teller! Dean you will be missed!!!!! My prayers and love are being sent to everyone that loved and will miss Dean- most especially his wife and daughter!
I want to believe this quote " When you have lost someone that you love, you gain an angel that you know" -- Anonymous
June 16, 2020
Today, I was shocked to hear about Dean's passing. Dean was more than just a colleague, I considered Dean a friend. I always enjoyed talking shop with Dean. He was such a fountain of knowledge and together during this pandemic we thought out ways of how you can still structure some of these deals but even more so I enjoyed our conversations that pertained to life. I will miss these conversations with you, Dean. God Bless....you will be missed.
June 15, 2020
Dean and I worked together in banking for several years. In the early years the loan officers would alternate homes playing cards, the laughs and fun was unending and seemed like they just happened last night. I was so excited to hear Dean had accepted Christ as his personal Lord and savior. In recent years, as I was newly working in Manhattan, Dean would share a bible verse with me daily for nearly a year. He will be missed and our hope is someday we will be reunited in Heaven with Dean.
Judy & Tom Schaner
June 14, 2020
Dean's never-ceasing smile and warm nature will be missed. Our prayers go out to his family at this time of grief.
June 13, 2020
I was also a cross county and track teammate of Dean's at Amherst High School. Dean was a senior when I was new to the cross country team. He was Captain of the cross country team and we were not very good as a team that year. But his enthusiasm for the sport and leadership as Captain helped create a life long passion for those sports and the best memoires of my youth. God Bless.
June 12, 2020
Dean was a cross country teammate of mine at Amherst Central High School. He had a competitive spirit and superb, friendly, caring attitude. He drove the rest of the team to excellence with his exceptional leadership and steely resolve. Awesome teammate. Always pushed me to my limits. We were able to remain friends for a few years more going to local colleges. But Buffalo’s difficult economic conditions caused most of us to have to leave our homes to find career opportunities elsewhere. For these reasons, I have not seen Dean for many years. But his warm presence will always remain in my heart and inspire me for my remaining years. God bless his family.
June 12, 2020
Dean Doering was such a nice man. He's been one of my Account Executives for years, Dean always knew the answer to any question, he was so intelligent and professional, he was always very generous with his knowledge. Dean told me during a lull in the business that he and his wife had moved and were loving it. I am so sad that he is gone way too soon, he will be missed. God bless his entire family and may you rest in peace Dean.