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Doris T. Burns

Died: 2015-11-12
Resided in: Danvers, MA
Viewing type: Celebration of Life
Viewing location: N.E. Home for the Deaf, Danvers, MA
Viewing date: 2015-11-29 1pm
Service type: Memorial Service
Service date: 2015-11-29 1pm
Service location: N.E. Home for the Deaf.
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Doris T. Burns (nee Wehler) died surrounded by family and friends on November 12, 2015. Doris was born on January 15, 1936 to her parents, Dorothy and Frank Wehler in Charlestown Mass. She lived with her parents for most of her life until she moved to be with her friends at the Thompson House for the Deaf. Doris was a loving sister, loving aunt and good friend. Doris has two sisters, Louise Smith of Tewskbury Mass, Martha McLaughlin of Melrose, Mass, and one brother, Richard Wehler of Oceanside, California. Doris had many nieces and nephews and she loved, and was loved, by them all. She was deaf, but she didnít let that hold her back and she was good to everyone. Doris will be missed forever. The Memorial Service will be celebrated at the New England Home for the Deaf, Danvers, Mass on 11/29/15 at 1:00 pm. Friends and family are welcome. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to: CareDimesions 75 Sylvan Street Suite B-102 Danvers Mass 01923

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Dear Louise and Martha, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this difficult time. It has been a pleasure for me to have worked for Doris. This last year has been wonderful for me. Doris was an amazing women and I have learned so much from her. I will miss her beautiful smile and her hugs that she always greeted me with. We have shared a lot of laughter together. And I am never going to forget her. I am so sadden for her loss and I will miss her dearly. She was truly an angel and she will always have a special place in my heart. ❤️😇 Love always Lisa Camara
We will miss you so much Aunt Doris! I hope you are watching the Pats win the Super Bowl over and over again! You taught me so much, too many things to list, but the one I treasure most was learning patience with myself. I know you are in Heaven with all of our loved ones, watching over us while we remember you with loving hearts. Give everyone big hugs and kisses when you see them!🌟💖
My Aunt Doris loved everyone and everyone loved her. She invested in people And they felt it...Heaven just got kinder and I'll miss you forever..rest in peace I love you,Dee
I remember Doris when she lived at Pearl Street Park in Somerville. Always a pleasure to be around. All my best to the family. Jonathan Ziner, Property Manager
Love and miss you aunt Doris see you again someday ...always your baby Norma .
I really miss Doris with 💝!! Doris always watching and waiting for me when I'm returning home. She always tell the stories about her old school and her family and learning and shared from my crafts helps to glue on it & get together and also watching the game on tv !!! I'm not forget and remember to her sweet smile & hugs!!!😀 I love Doris !! My friend Lisa Vincent
It's hard when you miss people. But , you know , if you miss them it means you were lucky. It means you had someone special in your life , someone worth missing. Tim
Dear Doris, We will miss you at the Thompson House! You would always greet us with a beautiful smile as you sat in the lobby. We would chat a little bit and you were so kind. Pam in apartment 201 will greatly miss you! We know you are at peace in heaven. Thoughts and prayers to your family. Pam Foden, Thompson House, Apt. 201 and her sister, Denise Delaney.

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