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Anna Mary Doersom

Born: Fri., Dec. 16, 1932
Died: Mon., Jul. 14, 2014


Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Mon., Jul. 28, 2014
Location: Sacred Heart of Jesus Church


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Anna Mary Doersom

Anna Mary Doersom, 81, of Lancaster, passed away Monday, July 14, 2014, at the home of her son. She was the widow of Robert W. Doersom.

Born December 16, 1932, in Lancaster, she was daughter of the late Charles and Rosemary Huegel.

She was a member of Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Lancaster and was a devoted Catholic.

Anna Mary enjoyed spending time with her family, reading and gardening. She was very caring and giving to those less fortunate and was always there to help out a neighbor in need. She will be lovingly missed by all.

Surviving are her children, Linda S. Welsh and husband, William Welsh III of Conestoga, Stephen J. Doersom and wife, Jacqueline of Owasso, OK, Patricia A. Blank and fiance, Douglas Cochran, of Lancaster, Christine M. George and husband, Bryan George of Pequea, and Michael P. Doersom and wife, Sharon of Waldorf, MD; her sisters, Geraldine and Dorothy; her brothers, Charles and R. Thomas; 10 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; 2 step-grandchildren; and 5 step-great grandchildren.

A Mass will be held in memory of Anna Mary on Monday, July 28, 11:00 a.m., at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 558 West Walnut Street, Lancaster, PA 17603. Burial will be at St. Joseph Cemetery following the Mass.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to her Church at the above address, The Wounded Warriors Project.org and the ASPCA.

Arrangements by Auer Cremation Services of Pennsylvania, Inc.

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Dave and Jan Wiegand
   Posted Fri July 18, 2014
Dear Linda and Bill and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all as you deal with the loss of your Mom. We're sure you will find comfort in the loving and fun memories from her full and active life. Love to you all, Dave and Jan

Cindy Brubaker
   Posted Fri July 18, 2014
My deepest sympathy to your family. I worked with Anna Mary many years ago on 4 south and had many great times. She was a good friend and one of the most giving persons I have ever met. I feel blessed she was my friend.

Dick Powell
   Posted Fri July 18, 2014
Anna Mary, as we all called her, was a great neighbor and acting Mom to all of us younger than her. High moral character, hard worker and very caring about everyone. Not enough words to express all the good Anna Mary displayed.
Dick Powell, 251 Elm Street

Karen (Huegel) Hills
   Posted Mon July 21, 2014
Words can't express the way I feel over the passing of my Aunt Anna Mary. I am so greatful that I got the chance to see her a few weeks ago. I will not forget her last words to me "I love you". Aunt Anna Mary had a loving heart and a warm soul and always had a smile on her face, she would do anything for you. I will never forget sitting around the table chatting with her, she always made you laugh. Her presence will always be felt in my heart. If there was one person that was always on my side it was her. Aunt Anna Mary may you rest in peace. Say hello to my grandparents for me. I love you and will never forget you. Your niece.......Karen

Patricia Blank
   Posted Thu July 24, 2014
Mom
My heart aches everyday for you! I miss the simple things like talking on the phone, having dinner at my house with Alyssa and just knowing you were only a phone call away when I wanted to talk! I have been praying everyday for the peace from God to help me go on without you! I miss you more then words can express and I know you are with Dad and how much he loved you. Please hug each other for me and give me the strength I need!! I love you both and miss you much!!!
PS Tell Dad I still look for the butterflies everyday!!
Love
Pat

Paul Lajkowicz
   Posted Sun July 27, 2014
From 1983 to 1986 Albert Hamm and I lived next door to Anna Mary and Bob at 243 Elm Street. They were the kindest and nicest people and it was not unusual for us to gather frequently on our front porches and enjoy each others company. Anna Mary was always so sweet and helpful and I often thought of her a second mother. Many a summer evening we would sit on the front steps and chat over a glass of port wine. Rest in peace , Anna Mary. I know you are reunited with Bob. You are and will be remembered with much fondness by both Albert and myself.

Toni S Bobo
   Posted Sun February 08, 2015
Deepest Sympathy,
I was very sad to hear of her passing. She was one of the kindest and sweetest people I have ever known.

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