Condolences for Doris S. Cummings

posted on 3/5/14

Dear Susan, Pam, Jessica, Billy and Megan
I was so sorry to hear about Queen Doris, but am so happy that she no longer suffers in any way. I am so glad to have happy memories of her that will always be with me. Bob joins me in sending much love to all of you, Blair


posted on 3/5/14

Dear Pam, Susan, Billy, Jessica, and Meghan,
Your mom/Grandma was such a lovely person. Everyone had such a good time being around her. She brightened many lives with her kindness. Such a wonderful person will never be forgotten. Hope you can find comfort in the difficult days ahead. We're here for you...all you've got to do is call. All our love, Ginny and Bill


Connie Larsen posted on 3/5/14

Dear Pam & Bryan, Susan & Bill,
We are so sorry about the passing of your Mom, however she is now at peace and back with your loving Dad. Memories of your Mom will always remain in your hearts and I'm so glad you were able to spend so much time with her. Love to all of you, and you are in our thoughts and prayers, Connie & Peter


posted on 3/6/14

Dear Susan,Bill, Pam and family,

I only met your Mom and grandma once,but she touched my heart with her smile. She had a funny spence of humor,and had us all laughing. I know how much grief hurts,but loving memories will sustain you all. May she always remain in the abode of ourLords Sacred Heart. Patricia Arnt


John Mahoney posted on 3/7/14

Dear Pam, Susan, and Family,
Your Mom was a wonderful caring person who loved you both and I know you will continue to think of how lucky you were to have her for a Mother. I know she is resting at peace now and she would want you both to find some comfort in this difficult time. My sincere condolences to all of you.


June and Jim Schneider posted on 3/14/14

We are so sorry for your loss, Susan and family. Wish we had had the opportunity to meet her while in England. Have heard so many "Doris" stories,that we feel as if we knew her. Keep your wonderful memories close - she is always just a memory away! Take care. Love, June & Jim Schneider


posted on 3/14/14

Dear Pam and Susan and Family:
We are very sad to hear about the passing of your Mom. Even though we know she is at rest now, it hurts so much to loose your Mom. Keep remembering the good times you had with her to cheer you up until you see her again. Love The Rufa Family


The Staff of Michels and Lundquist Funeral Home posted on 2/28/14

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.


Thomas/Lynda Murphy posted on 3/2/14

Our love and sympathy to you Susan and your family. You are blessed to have your wonderful memories. We wish you peace and love.


Jessica Golding posted on 3/3/14

I was truly blessed to know my Grandmother Doris. Her laugh could light up a room, and make me smile, even on the worst day. I have so many wonderful memories of her, so many hugs to cherish, and so many stories she told me to remind myself how amazing she really was. I will miss her and love her always. The empty space now in my heart will one day be filled when I see her again.


dale sheehan posted on 3/3/14

Thinking of you guys and wishing we could be there with you!
Dale and Eddie


Allen & Bruni Kasper posted on 3/3/14

We were very saddened to hear that your Mom/Grandmother left this earth forever. But she will be with her husband and all her friends once again. Despite the fact that we have never met Doris, we seem to know her through all the stories we have heard over the years. Her wish got granted and all of you will keep the memories in your hearts for good. It hurts a lot to loose a mother, the pain will ease, but you will never stop talking to her for the rest of the time being.
We wish we could be with you! But since that is not possible, we are sending you at least a big hug!


Aaron & Roseann Golding posted on 3/3/14

Monday, March 03, 2014

We never had the honor of meeting Doris, but with all the love and extreme closeness our daughter-in-law Jessica had with her grandmother makes us feel as though we knew her. Losing a Mother/Grandmother is extremely painful. We send our love and prayers to the entire family.


Carol Marrin posted on 3/5/14

I still remember Doris from the 1960's when I first met Susan and Pam. Her laugh and her sense of humor are what I remember most. My prayers are with you.