Doris M. Minett

Born: Thursday, January 24, 1929
Passed: Sunday, July 22, 2018

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Doris M. Minett, 89, of Rockford, passed away on July 22, 2018. She was born on January 24, 1929 in Rockford, the daughter of Frederick L. and Rose F. (Wagner) Pohl. Doris graduated from West High School. She married Floyd I. Minett on September 22, 1951 in Rockford. He predeceased her in 1981. Doris was a secretary at Rock River Training for 10 years. She was a member of T.O.P.S., enjoyed playing the piano, cooking and was an avid reader
She is survived by her daughters, Margaret (John) Longdon and Barbara Minett; and son, Peter (Cyla) Minett; grandchildren, Nicole and Kyle Minett, and Noah, Zoe, Madeline, Scarlett, and Jonah Longdon. Predeceased by her husband and daughter, Linda Minett in 2008.
Services will be private.

Condolences & Shared Memories (4)

  1. Rosemary Moore

    Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to the family of Mrs. Doris Minett. Doris and my mom, Ida Wilson were friends and members of TOPS.

  2. Alice Nelson

    Doris was a long term member of our Tops chapter and we always missed her at our meetings. We were talking about her tonight and remembering all the. good times with her. We are having our picnic in a few weeks and I remember she always brought a salad that I lovedâ€"orange jello with pineapple and green olives. My sympathy and prayers go out to your family at your loss.

  3. Jennifier Thacker

    What a wonderful memory I carry with me on long summer days walking across the lawn going to see Margaret and hearing all the wonderful piano music escaping to outside through open doors and window, always happy upbeat tunes, some ragtime, musical numbers, but always always made visiting a complete pleasure...I will miss Mrs. Minet.

  4. Deb Rosman

    Sadness will rule the near future but rest assured that a life which has been well lived and well loved, such as hers, is cause for celebration.  Her legacy will live on in her children and their children and so on, but her continued gift is the love that knows no end.  May you find comfort in sharing stories of her life, cooking her recipes and singing the songs she played on the piano.  When you miss her, sit quietly and listen to her voice as it beats steadily inside you and rejoice in her love.


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