My son Sean and myself, were so extremely saddened, to read the news of Doris' passing. Over the years, Doris was always the highlight of my delivery schedule in town. I would plan my schedule to give us the utmost time to re-connect on our recent events. Doris had an incredible knack to remember events and our hockey schedule, and would ask the results upon each visit. She was incredibly sharp and upbeat, and that feeling couldn't help but be contagious when amongst her company.
Often Doris would remind me she grew up in Boston, and we shared an adoration for the Boston Bruins. She would ask how they were doing in the standings, and tell me of stories of #4 Bobby Orr.
Sean and I often visited her in the mall food court on a Saturday, where was she was adored by all her friends. She would graciously introduce us both, and boast of Sean.
Doris was so proud of "her Amy" and always kept me up to date on stories of her great granddaughters. Never have I met such a positive soul, and I am a better person for having met her.
Please accept our deepest sympathy, she is missed. Sean & Scott Munro (Young's delivery driver)