So sorry for your loss. Now she has rejoined her family in Heaven. God bless you Aunt Doris.
Thanks Donnie we appreciate your kind words. I hope you and the entire Huff family have a nice holiday. Donna
Mom was a wonderful mother who loved all of us unconditionally. Through her actions she taught us to work hard, love one another, be respectful and responsible. Even while taking care of her family of 7, plus sometimes her father or boarders, she managed to always cook us a hot meal, we always had clean ironed clothes, polished shoes, always on time for church and school. She was amazing. She not only managed to care for us but donated her time to church working in the nursery and bible school and camp. In addition she was a reading aide and PTA officer at Baker School. We all loved her so much and appreciate all she did for us.
Nanny was a kind and loving wife, mother and grandmother. I will forever remember Sunday lunches followed by word searches, kerplunk, perfection or don’t break the ice. Not one Thanksgiving goes by without your venison on my mind; created from Papaws hunt that year of course. I pass the Virginia Street house almost daily and always think of Nanny and Papaw swinging on the porch. I know you are with your sweetie again Nanny. Love you both.
I’ll always remember my Nanny as a great nurturer and a wonderful host. She taught me to always make others feel welcome when they are in your home. She always made sure that others needs were tended to before her own. I hope to pass this same ability to care for others down to my daughter. Her selflessness and love will live on forever through her family. We love you Nanny
I’ll always remember my Nanny as a nurturer and a wonderful host. She always knew how to make everyone feel welcome when they were in her home. The needs of others always came before her own. This is a lesson I will make sure to pass on to my own daughter. Then, Nanny’s selflessness and love will live on forever through her family. I love you Nanny.
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Mary “Doris” Buchanan, 95, passed away on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 in Evansville, Indiana. She was born in Evansville, Indiana to her parents Edna (Galbreath) and Charles Huff.
She graduated from Memorial High School in Evansville, Indiana. She was woman of faith and an active member of Washington Avenue Baptist Church, serving as class secretary and was a member of the JOY group.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, James T. Buchanan; and her brother, Charlie Huff.
She is survived by her children; Michael (Andrea) Buchanan, Linda Buchanan, Donna (Ron) Attebury, Ramelle (Mike) Girten, and Lora Taylor; her grandchildren, Jaime, Evan (Nancy) and Wade Buchanan, Matt (Elizabeth) Attebury, Lesley (Brandon) Groves, Nathan (Sally) and Scott (Joanna) Girten, and seven great-grandchildren.
Due to the pandemic, a private family service was held.
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