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Ridout's-Brown-Service Prattville Chapel

347 East Main Street, Prattville, AL

OBITUARY

Lee Ann Doan

December 23, 1945February 5, 2020

Doan, Lee Ann, 74, a longtime resident of Prattville, Al passed away Wednesday February 5, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents, Edward L. and Florence Starnes. She is survived by her husband of 37 years, Henry C. "Chuck" Doan, and her children: Gregory M. Martin of Portland, Oregon and Dawn M. Hunter of Prattville, Al and her grandson US Army SSgt. Gavin M. Hunter currently serving in Afghanistan. She was born in Ft. Worth, Texas and lived a full life in multiple locations all over the United States. She has relatives, friends and "brothers" and "sisters" around the country. Her life with 4 footed companions was filled with joy, laughs and camaraderie with her friends from Agility, Obedience, and Therapy dog experiences. Serving as President and longtime member of the Montgomery Alabama Dog Obedience Club brought her full circle in serving her community and doing the things she loved. Services will be held at Ridout's Prattville Chapel on Monday February 10, 2020 at 10:00 am. Visitation will be from 9:00 until 10:00 am, burial will follow at the Alabama National Cemetery in Montevallo, Al. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Prattville/Autauga County Humane Society.

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  • Lee Ann Doan Monday, February 10, 2020

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Linda Elms

February 15, 2020

Lee Ann and I worked together at the Air Force Agency. We became fast friends. Lee Ann , Joyce and I were a the three amigas. I was so happy for her when she met and married Chuck Doan.
She was always a very caring friend to me. I enjoyed visiting her when she and Chuck were living in Denver, Colorado.
She loved her all her furry dog friends. Lee Ann will be missed. My prayers are with you Chuck and your family.

Mary Wilson

February 14, 2020

Chuck and Family,

Lee Ann's death was such a shock. I only wish I had known so I could have at least done something for you during the ordeal all of you experienced.

I will cherish the memories of Sunny and me being one of the first canine freestyle dance teams, along with Lee Ann and Charlie, and JoAnne and Misty, in this area. We had such a good time with that.

I also learned a lot about agility in listening to Lee Ann and JoAnn discussing the events in which they participated.

Lee Ann was a great teacher of handlers and dogs. I will always appreciate and remember the time we spent together.

Love and prayers to all of you, her family!
Mary Wilson (Sunny the Collie's mom)

Norma Gaddy

February 10, 2020

Lee Ann and I enjoyed many years of agility competition. I ran a wild border collie, Jack, and she ran her poodles. We used to talk on the sidelines about our runs. We commiserated when we had a bad run and congratulated when all went well. Since our dogs were very energetic, we always had something to discuss.
On a number of occasions, Lee Ann cooked the food for the trial. It was always delicious and well received.
I will always miss her bright smile and red hair. Norma Gaddy

Sandy Buchanan

February 9, 2020

Our hearts were broken with the news of Lee Ann’s passing. We’ve known her and the family for over 35 years. We have so many fond memories that will get us through this sad time and we send our deepest sympathies to Chuck, Dawn and Gavin. She will be missed.

The Buchanan’s
Buck, Sandy, Jim and Michael

Joy Berberek

February 9, 2020

Lee Ann was such a fun, loving, free spirit. She loved life, loved her family, friends, and her beloved poodles. We were neighbors many years ago and our children played together. We also worked together, and had so much fun. Chuck and Lee Ann got married at my home in Texas. She left this world way too soon. My deepest sympathy to her family. She was a beautiful person and will be missed by many.

Circle of Friends Dog Agility Wolf

February 8, 2020

We are very saddened at the loss of our friend. Our acquaintance with Lee Ann
revolved around the sport of agility with Laughing Dog. She was fun to be with and kept us entertained with her wonderful sense of humor. She was kind and her smile was infectious . We will surly miss her.
Our condolences to her Family

Fondly, Sandy, Jonelle, Mary Jo, Diane, Carol, Nikki and Vera

Jan Sticka

February 7, 2020

My prayers for Lee Ann's family. I had the pleasure to serve with Lee Ann, Chuck and their beautiful poodles doing pet therapy visits at local nursing homes.

Kara Brown

February 7, 2020

So very sad to hear of her passing. Have many fond memories of Lee Ann growing up. Such a sweet lady! My father ( Les) was always so crazy about her.. she was his cousin. Tell my dad hello in heaven !
Love you sweet lady!!
Kara Crossman Brown

Julie Cox

February 7, 2020

My prayers for your family. Lee Ann’s deep love of animals and their well being is something I will always remember. Julie Cox

Teresa Keever

February 7, 2020

I have lost a wonderful friend . I will miss LeeAnn deeply. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Chuck and your family during this difficult time.

FROM THE FAMILY