Doris Davis

October 22, 1952June 11, 2018

Doris Davis, 65 of Salem, died peacefully on Monday June 11th with her loving and devoted husband of 45 years, Richard Davis by her side. A life-long resident of Salem, she is pre-deceased by her Parents Albert and Helena Blouin and her Sister Jeanette Beck. She leaves behind a Sister Lorraine LeFrancois of Naples, FL, several Nieces, Nephews and life-long friends. Doris was employed by North Shore Medical Center – Salem Hospital for 45 years as the Coordinator of Patient Care Services, and had recently retired. She will be laid to rest in Marco Island, FL.

An animal lover and supporter of the ASPCA, Doris was a loyal pet guardian. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made by visiting or by phone at 800-628-0028. Search or mention the Doris Davis Memorial Campaign.


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Barbara Hall

September 6, 2018

Doris! What can I say I loved your dry sense of humor - your wonderful worth ethic and our moan and groan sessions! I feel honored to have known and worked with you! Miss you - Rest In Peace lol Barbara

Lynn & Jerry Lavoie

June 15, 2018

We are keeping you close in our hearts and send our sympathy. We have great memories of many baseball events, dances, parties and then the dinners out with the “gang”. Doris will always be a part of us all. Please stay close.

Joan Baker

June 15, 2018

I have been friends with Doris since High School. We have shared many good times together and will always cherish these memories . Doris will forever remain in my heart. Thank you Doris Davis for being a good friend❤️

Bethany Carr

June 14, 2018

Doris was an amazing woman! I met her at NSMC many years ago in the staffing office. She was smart, funny, definitely straightforward and someone I really enjoyed being around. She was a hard working and dedicated employee who knew her job well and had everyone's respect. Very quiet but always listening and one step ahead of all of us! A private person and a bit on the serious side but I knew how to make her smile! She had her routine and followed it faithfully. At lunch time, Doris would close her door halfway to let us know she was in there but don't interrupt. She would eat her soup and read her book. To this day, whenever I walk by her old office I can still see her sitting there. When I left the staffing office we stayed in touch through emails and shared stories. That's when she really opened up to me. She was just learning how to text too. Doris was very special to me and everyone who knew her. I still cant believe she is gone but I am so happy to have had the time to get to know her and become friends. She was one of a kind and someone I will never forget! My deepest condolences go out to Rick and her family.

Carol and dick Ives

June 13, 2018

We are so heartbroken to hear this news! So loved being your neighbors for so many years and our adventures with the 4 of us going to dinner in snow storms! Miss you tons and our thought are with you at this very, very difficult time! Hang in there our friend , you are in our thoughts!❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️