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In Memory of
Doris
James (Smith)
1923 - 2021
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Friendly Circle Srniors Tribute

My tribute to Doris James.  I remember the first day Doris attended a meeting at the Friendly Circle.  She came with Gloria and her friend Rose Tinkess (Gloria's mom) and wanted to become a member.  I think she was 94 at that time and wanted to know if she could be a life member - even though she hadn't been a member prior to turning 90.  I felt if a person at that age was able to get out and about and wanted to be a part of us, she certainly deserved to become a "Life Member" and asked the members present that day if they agreed with me.  The answer came with a very loud round of applause.  This was my introduction to Doris James.  I will always remember her lovely smile and she was such a good sport.  The pictures here show her taking part as a model when Friendly Circle hosted a fashion show at Sunset Cove,  and again joining in at our Java Club.  Doris, you will be missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing you.  R I P

Audrey Laframboise

President Friendly Circle Seniors Club

Posted by Audrey Laframboise
Friday February 19, 2021 at 2:53 pm
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