Doris Lewis

Doris Arleen Lewis

Monday, March 26th, 1934 - Monday, April 27th, 2020
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Doris (née Loose) Lewis, 86, of Egg Harbor Township passed away on Monday April 27th, 2020. Doris was born March 26, 1934 to late Dorothy (née Groff) Wawrzyniak and Stewart Loose of Reading, PA. Doris is pre-deceased by her loving husband of 66 years, Gus; and son Christopher. She is survived by her son, Glenn (Alisa) Lewis; grandchildren, Nick (Stacey) Lewis, Shelby (Cody) Canale; and great-grandchildren, Nick and Logan Lewis. During her time, Doris enjoyed being a homemaker for her beloved husband, children and pups. After many years of caring for her family, Doris worked a short time with Mainland Regional Education Association. Doris met her soulmate, Gus; in December of 1951, and the two became one when they married on May 1st of 1954. Doris and Gus enjoyed their life as “snow-birds” travelling between their homes in Jersey and Florida. Together, they admired the magic of Disney and loved to visit Disney World whenever possible. Doris was an avid animal lover and enjoyed caring for her many four-legged children over the years, as well as admiring the beauty of nature while bird watching. Doris surely had a warm welcome in heaven as her beloved husband, Gus; welcomed her with open arms. Services will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations to be made in Doris’ name to an Alzheimer’s Association of choice.
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    Zion Cemetery
    652 Zion Road
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Jessica Kohn

Posted at 03:06pm
I am so sad to hear of Doris' passing and so soon after her dear husband. But having known them even for just a short time, it is clear how much they adored each other. Knowing that they weren't parted for very long and are together again is a great comfort. When I met Doris, she was vibrant and kind and loved to joke. As Dr. Phillips said in another tribute, her laugh could light up a room. Prayers and healing thoughts to her family, having lost both of these incredible people in such a short time. She will be dearly missed.

Dr, John F. Phillips

Posted at 11:52pm
I was greatly saddened to hear of the passing of Doris. I had the pleasure of working with her for many years in the Guidance Department at Mainland Regional High School. What a delightful, cheerful, warm, lively, charming lady she was, with a real zest for life and for enjoying people. She maintained a positive attitude, even when the circumstances (and visitors) were extremely challenging. She had a wonderful sense of humor, and loved to laugh. And what a laugh it was! It was very contagious, and no one could resist being uplifted. She was kind and gentle, yet sufficiently assertive when the situation called for it. I was truly blessed to work with her.

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