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Doris Hoover

Doris A. Hoover

Thursday, January 7th, 1932 - Saturday, May 2nd, 2020
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Obituary

Doris (Linder) Hoover, 88, passed away on Saturday, May 2, 2020 in Abilene, KS. Doris was born January 7, 1932 in Solomon, Kansas, one of 4 children born to parents Edith (Palzer) and John Raby Brown.

She was united in marriage to Raymond Linder, August 14, 1949. She is survived by their 4 children: Kathy Renner, Fulton MO; Judy Terry, Houston, AL; Vicky Miller and Max Linder, Enterprise, KS and their spouses; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her grandson, Beau Miller; husbands, Ray Linder, Homer Jury, Earl Kuntz, Lowell Hoover; her parents, 2 sisters and 1 brother.

Doris worked for Duckwall’s Stores General Office, Graves Truckline and the Santa Fe Railroad.

Doris and Ray opened their home to many people including her brother’s four children, her sister’s four children and friends of their own children. She was a 4-H Leader, taught Sunday School for most of her life, worked in the church bus ministry and Child Evangelism as well as being active in the Gideons.

Doris chose cremation. The funeral will be held at a later date with her final resting place to be in the First Baptist Cemetery, Hope, KS.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the First Southern Baptist Church of Abilene, the Gideons or to the Community Foundation “Beau Miller Scholarship for Auto Restoration”. They may be sent to the Martin-Becker-Carlson Funeral Home, 414 NW 3rd St. in Abilene.
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Rita Everson

Posted at 01:56pm
Everett and I want to extend our deepest sympathy to all of your family in the loss of your mother, grandmother and great grandmother.
I will miss your mother. She and I had become good friends over the last thirty years. I first met her when we were both selling real estate in the late 90's. I appreciated her steady demeanor and warm friendly smile. She was always ready to answer questions or help in any way. I didn't stay in real estate long, so for a period I didn't see her much. Then she married Lowell and we became neighbors! We didn't gather in each others houses, but we could have the best "driveway" conversations! She always seemed glad to see me, especially when they had just returned from wintering in Arizona. And I was always happy to see arrive back in Abilene. She had a generous soul. Many times she came to our door with a couple of the biggest, most perfect peaches I had ever seen, fresh from Colorado. She brought amaryllis bulbs from their Arizona home. And she also shared Lilly of the Valley bulbs that she had dug up to spread out. Both of these are still growing and healthy, a testament to our friendship and the love I enjoyed from my good neighbor. I will miss your mother!
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