Doris Peters Deneweth
September 28, 1922 – August 4, 2019
Doris Deneweth, 96, of Edgewater, FL, passed away on Sunday, August 4, 2019. She was born in Detroit, MI, on September 28, 1922. She was the only child of Ella and Clement Peters. Her mother became a widow the same year. Two years later, she remarried and they moved to Mt. Clemens, MI. Doris attended schools there and earned a degree in cosmetology. She was an associate with her uncle’s beauty shop the “Margaret Shop” in Mt. Clemens. She married Edward (Dick) Deneweth in 1941 before he was inducted in the US Army. After his return in 1945, she was a stay at home mom until 1958 when they moved to Avoca, MI, where they owned and operated the Norway Hotel. In 1973, they moved to Port Orange, FL, where they worked until retirement. Her husband passed away in 1990. She was a member of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church, a life member of Auxiliary VFW 3282, enjoyed water aerobics at Port Orange YMCA for many years and enjoyed her beloved Red Hat ladies.
She is survived by her children: sons, Richard (wife Kathleen) Deneweth of Mt. Juliet, TN, Thomas (wife Dawn) Deneweth of Pt. Huron, MI; daughters, Cheryl Chandler of Palm Coast, FL and Lori Stockton Hoppe (husband James) of Edgewater, FL, with whom she resided with the past seven years; six grandchildren, four great grandchildren.
At her request, there will be no funeral services. Mrs. Deneweth’s cremains will join her husband at Daytona Memorial Park in Daytona Beach, FL.
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Doris Peters Deneweth
Mike & Kathy Deneweth
August 9, 2019
Aunt Doris was a shining star. She would cheer you up no matter what the circumstances were. She was the life of a party and a dancing machine! All the good times we had when we visited in Michigan as a kid, and we never went hungry at the hotel. And playing cards at the house when they moved to Florida. She always made me laugh with her stories. We will truly miss her and love her dearly! So happy she died on her anniversary to go dancing with Dick! He must of accompanied her to heaven! This is what romance stories and movies are made from! There must be one huge dance party in heaven!