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Doris Howard was an amazing woman, strong, funny, and loved everyone she met. She enjoyed playing bingo and card games, reading, and spending time with her children and grandchildren.
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When Grams moved to West Virginia to live with Cathy (my mom) her and I would play Rummy for hours, days, and then weeks. We had a running score card, we were both so competitive and stubborn; neither one of us wanted to stop playing and accept defeat. We would play, eat chocolate, and just chat! I will always hold those memories and moments with me.
Growing up we would go over to Grams house in Virginia Beach and she would teach us how to play poker using M&Ms, make us sandwiches always cut in half and always with a pickle on the side, we would watch hours of Lassie, Mr.ED, and the News (Grams loved the news). I loved going over to Grams house it was such a treat and highlight of my childhood.
Doris holding a few of her great grand babies
Doris surrounded by her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren
Doris with her son Jimmy. They are both greatly missed but are up in Heaven cracking jokes and catching up.
Doris with 2 of her sons Jimmy and Danny, and her daughter Cathy Collin on her 90th birthday!