Doris J. Doom
October 14, 1941 – June 16, 2019
Age 77, of Saint Paul, passed away on Sunday, June 16th.
Avid gardener and HUGE MN sports fan! Retired nurse. Mother, grandma, sister, aunt and friend. Volunteer at Como Park Conservatory and Fitzgerald Theater.
Preceded in death by her Parents, Leonard & Irma Strande; and infant Sister, Barbara Jean.
Survived by Sons, Todd and Jeffrey (Gretchen); Grandchildren, Maxwell, Katherine & Mairi; Brother, James (Judy) Strande; Sisters, Shirley (Jerry) Clemens & Mary (John) Rolli; and many Nieces and Nephews.
An evening visitation will be held from 4:00-7:00pm on Friday, June 21st at Wulff Godbout Funeral Home (560 West 7th Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota). Funeral services at 12:00pm on Saturday, June 22nd at Saint Mary’s Catholic Church (405 Bench Street SW, Chatfield, Minnesota); visitation one hour prior to service at the church. Burial at Saint Mary’s Catholic Cemetery following the service.
Memorials preferred to Como Park Conservatory.
- Como Park Zoo and Conservatory
- Evening Visitation Friday, June 21, 2019
- Visitation Saturday, June 22, 2019
- Memorial Service Saturday, June 22, 2019
Doris J. Doom
June 20, 2019
Doris was a friendly, outgoing person. Wherever she went, she greeted people and made new friends. It was such fun having her as a good friend these 20 years I've known her. We took a trip to Barbados and starting with the plane ride, where she met a family returning to Barbados, we made new friends there including residents and fellow tourists. She was always ready to help her friends. The happiness and wellbeing of her family were her biggest priorities. A huge sports fan! She said that if it was played with a ball, she wanted to watch it. I'm sure going to miss her.
June 19, 2019
Doris was always you boys’ biggest supporter. She loved both of you so much. She always had the biggest smile. She was very giving. I will always remember her calling me “Pegaroo” accompanied by that great smile. May God carry you through your pain and grief.
June 18, 2019
Growing up with Doris was fun and interesting. Very independant, but loving, and fun to be with, and very generous and compassionate, and had lots of friends. Popular girl in high school and beyond. Always loving to her family, especially to me, her only brother, with whom many good times were shared. Her house was always open to friends and relatives, and she was a great sister, and friend, who was always willing to help others when she could.
June 17, 2019
I knew Doris for a very short time. She had a big heart and cared so deeply for people. I will never forget the time we had together. She will be truly missed.