Guest Book for Doris Mae Cooley

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: Lori May Warneking
Sat April 17, 2010
I am so sorry about your loss. I know you will miss your mother very much. May God comfort you and may you feel His peace during this difficult time. God bless you all. My prayers are with you.

Posted by: Christine, Nancy, Bob and Richard Nash
Mon April 19, 2010
To the Family of Doris Mae Cooley. We are truely sorry to hear about the loss of Doris. Even though we had lost touch , she still was always in our hearts. Our prayers go to you and your families. The families of Dorothy Nash Christine, Nancy, Bob and Richard

Posted by: Lorraine Vandecoevering
Mon April 19, 2010
Doris Cooley IS a brilliant Star in the universe. In this life she endured grievous injustices that should never happen to a child. These injustices will continue to perpetuate unless EVERYONE makes an effort to educate themselves and vow to make this world a better place. Doris' daughter Alice Stoneman is a Saint of God who dedicated her life to making a negative into a positive. Beause of her, Doris left this planet knowing that YES, THERE IS LOVE. Doris' friend, Lorraine

Posted by: Beverly Hills
Mon April 19, 2010
I always think of Doris as one of those happy people, full of bear hugs and sloppy kisses! She was just a plain old kind lady. Bon Voyage......

Posted by: marymiller
Mon April 19, 2010
I have many fond memories of Doris. I remember her always enthusiastic about all the projects she worked on for the community of Garibaldi. We had some good times together. Our sincere condolences, Jim and Mary Miller

Posted by: Sarah
Mon April 19, 2010
I remember Doris from when I was a small child. Doris always had a very kind and warm welcome. She was a nice lady. Sarah Miller Absher

Posted by: CynDe Parks Trucks
Fri April 23, 2010
As A little girl I lived in the first house behind the Rockaway drugstore with my grandparents. Doris was such a nice lady, always a smile and wave when you saw her. I remember once when I crashed on my bike in the alley between the store & my house she came over & helped me home after wiping my tears, & making sure I was OK. I'll never forget that. I'm truly sorry for your loss but our memories of her will live on in our hearts.

Posted by: William Franklin Cooley III
Mon April 26, 2010
Ultimately for me any thoughts of Doris must always settle on forgiveness and on the notion that in this world there is no room for prolonged resentment.....I wish Doris well in the afterlife and my sincere condolences go out to Alice......