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Sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I remember visiting Uncle Bill and Aunt Ola's many, many times.Doris was several years older than myself, but I remember she had such a beautiful singing voice. May you find comfort in your memories.

Posted by: Irma Kilgore Roberts - Creston, IA - cousin   Jan 31, 2013

My thoughts and prayers are with you all with the loss of yur mother. She was always so kind and sweet (as was your father). I still have the poncho that she knitted for me when I was in high school. It's even more special to me now.

Posted by: Cindy Amos Williams - Afton, IA   Jan 31, 2013

So sorry to hear about this. The picture of the two of them that jessica posted reminds me so much of her and justin. Condolences.

Posted by: Steve Struhar - Saint paul, MN - Friend   Jan 31, 2013

Linda, I'm sorry for your loss. I am Clotene's (Doris' cousin) oldest daughter. I remember visiting with your mother on several occasions when I was with my mom. We have a cousins reunion over Memorial Day weekend every year and you and your siblings are sure welcome to come. It's at McKinley Park.

Posted by: Joyce Jones - Des Moines, IA - family   Jan 31, 2013

To dear Doris' Family, Our deepest sympathy to you at the loss of your very loving mother and grandmother (and great gma). Our family shared monthly greeting duties with the Lundquists at Cromwell for a time; we loved serving cookies and coffee after church with them because they always shared such great stories about raising their kids. My favorite was about the time her children fixed her breakfast (and they were "supervised" by Ray)...she recalled eggs on the ceiling when

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Posted by: Peg Krambeck Eblen - Creston - friend   Jan 30, 2013

Doris and Ray were inspirations to me. They LOVED: God, each other, their family, and brought sunshine in the form of smiles with them wherever they were. If there was a picture in the Websters Dictionary of :grandpartents" it would be of Ray and Doris. I learned from their example and hope to aim for their standard.

Posted by: Charlie Westman - Creston, IA - Shared grandchildren   Jan 30, 2013

Mrs Lundquist will always hold a special place in my heart. She had such a great impression on my first year of school and always loved catching her and Ray in Fareway for a visit....she will be missed! Thoughts and prayers with family and friends

Posted by: Dana (Neisemier) Pryor    Jan 30, 2013

To Ralph and his family I give my deepest condolences.

Posted by: Mark English - Cedar Rapids, IA - Friend of Ralph   Jan 29, 2013

Mrs. Lundquist was my third grade teacher 40 years ago and I think of her often. Her kindness had an impact on my life and I have always thought of her as the perfect teacher. Thank you for sharing her with us and I am sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Laura Thompson    Jan 29, 2013

We met Doris and her husband early on in Linda and Jerry's marriage. We shared a dinner table once in Ames when Jerry was receiving an award. They could not have been nicer people and so much fun! They both must have been a delight to their family! Doris will be missed by every one she knew. All of her family has our sympathies. Love, Bob and Bonnie Baker

Posted by: Bob and Bonnie Baker - Greentop, MO - Jerry Huffman' sister and brothe   Jan 29, 2013