Doris “Dancing D” Virginia Pepperman Myers, beloved mom, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and pal handed away on Saturday, June 25, at State School, Pa. He was 94 years previous.
After dwelling for over 94 years in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, he moved to Foxdale Village, State School, Pa. to be together with her son and his household. Born in Williamsport, September 24, 1927, the daughter of the late Robert and Hazel Pepperman, Doris attended Lincoln and DuBoistown Elementary Faculties and graduated (1945) from South Williamsport Junior / Senior Excessive College after which started working on the Pennsylvania Railroad workplace. She later labored at Sylvania Photoflash in Montoursville. After the beginning of her third youngster, Doris turned a full-time mom, a job she embraced wholeheartedly. She was a beautiful, supportive mom, current for a son and two daughters.
Doris beloved her household above all else and devoted a lot of her time through the years as a caregiver for aged members of the family. She was partying wherever she went and met folks from throughout Williamsport. Her household typically mentioned that Doris had two lives: certainly one of nearly 40 years together with her beloved husband Wilbur “Bud” Myers (died 1987) on a farm in Outdated Lycoming Township and a second, aged 59, as an brisk cheerful widow, who beloved ballroom dancing and traveled to go to her youngsters and grandchildren whereas crusing within the Caribbean ( with good pal Gary Chrisman and Kiss FM!) and supporting her favourite Penn State soccer workforce. She was enthusiastic about sports activities and took part in each Little League World Sequence from the time she began (1947) till 2021. She continued to look at Williamsport Millionaires soccer and basketball and took part within the Williamsport Crosscutters matches till 2021. She had a beautiful dance companion and companion, 13-year-old Duane Stegman (deceased) and loved her nickname “Dancin ‘D”– her bathroom plate on her pearly white Cadillac!
Doris was a lifelong member of the DuBoistown United Methodist Church, the place she volunteered for the Girls’s Society, was a Sunday faculty trainer, and attended their well-known baked dinner. She was additionally concerned within the elections in Outdated Lycoming Township, Relay for Life, the Williamsport chapter of the Nittany Lion Membership and Central Pennsylvania 4th Fest. Doris introduced enthusiasm and a smile in each exercise she participated in.
Doris is survived by her son Dennis Myers (Wendy) from State School, Pa .; daughter Sandra Varesic (John) of Houston, Texas; daughter Kathy Taylor (Mike) of Aspen, Colorado; seven grandchildren: Kevin Myers, Kimberly Bernier (Craig), Lisa Nelson (Greg), James Scott (Alexandra), Carolynne Taylor, Kyle Taylor (Sarah) and Michael Taylor (Abigail); 9 great-grandchildren: Cole and Logan Bernier, Caroline and Catherine Nelson, Lilah, Jack and Ben Taylor, Schuyler and Ainsley Scott; sister Judith Quinton of Deland, Florida and preceded by her brothers, Robert Bobby Pepperman and Donald Pepperman.
A go to will happen on Monday, July 11, between 17:00 and 20:00, on the Knight-Confer funeral house, 1914.
Memorial Ave. Williamsport.
A personal funeral service will likely be held on the household’s comfort.
As a substitute of flowers, donations might be made on behalf of Doris to: DuBoistown United Methodist Church, 133 Summer time Road, Williamsport, PA 17702, Lycoming County Particular Olympics, PO Field 1891, Williamsport, PA 17703 or American Most cancers Society, ATTN: RFL Lycoming County, # BNRLJ2, PO Field 862, Carnegie, PA 15106.
Condolences on-line might be made on Doris’ obituary web page at www.knightconferfuneralhome.com.