Doris L. McCreary

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Doris L. McCreary

August 20, 1926 - March 09, 2019

Doris L. McCreary Doris L. McCreary, born in Anderson, daughter of William and Wilma Bowser, died March 9, 2019.
Lived and went to school in Anderson, Indiana.
Member of Park Place Church of God.
B.A. degree from Anderson University.
Married Kenneth G. McCreary June 20, 1948.
Co-founded Compenero Club.
She is survived by her husband, Kenneth; children, Connie and Jeff McCreary; grandchildren, Steven and Micheal McCreary; great-grandchildren, Alice and George McCreary; and her brother, Edward Bowser.
Preceded in death by her parents; and older brother, William Bowser.
Lived in Marion, Indiana, from 1963-67 where she was a housewife and distributor for Pathways to God, devotional publication.
Lived in Kokomo, Indiana, 1967-1988 where she and her husband owned and operated a daycare, Real Life Playschool.
Ken and Doris moved back to Anderson upon retirement and traveled extensively with friends and family both in the U.S. and abroad.
Hobbies and interests included sewing, music, house remodeling, hiking, genealogy, pre-school education and family.
No memorial or funeral services are planned.
Published on March 13, 2019
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6 posts

Vedya/Joan Boikess
Mar 14, 2019
I never had the pleasure of meeting your mom but I know you and your brother have done your best to make her time on earth comfortable and safe. I am grateful you let us know of her gentle transition. I hold prayers of comfort and deep sympathy for you, your brother, and your dad. Sending love, light and strength, Vedya
SHARON D DROWN
Mar 14, 2019
Dear. McCreary family I have thought about you all many times, and have fond memories of my time as caregiver and friend . I'm sorry for your loss. Doris and I had some sweet times together laughing about silly things . She is a wonderful woman and will be missed. Connie and Jeff thank you for being a wonderful example of how to care for your parents. I will be praying for your family. God Bless you all.
Jeanne & Paul Hollis
Mar 14, 2019
You are in our thoughts at this bittersweet time. You grieve your loss, and your father's loss, but rejoice in your mom's passing to a better place of existence. Connie you and your brother have been the most devoted daughter and son the parent could wish to have. We love you.
Jeanne & Paul is
Mar 14, 2019
Our thoughts and love are with you at this time of bittersweet emotion. You grieve your loss, and your dad's loss, but rejoice in mom's passing on to a better place of existence. Connie, you and your brother have been the most devoted daughter and son a parent could imagine. Our love to
you and Bill, and to your brother and his family.
Jeanette Weaver-Highbaugh
Mar 14, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss she was a great person I loved taking care of her
Lavonica
Mar 14, 2019
Prayers to you all