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Doris Elizabeth Davis

Doris Elizabeth Davis

Doris Elizabeth Davis left this earth to be with her Lord on April 15, 2024, after a five- year battle with cancer. She fought the good fight and never gave up. Doris loved God, her family, and her cat. Doris loved to decorate, cook, and make beautiful desserts which she enjoyed sharing with others. Doris enjoyed many activities with family and friends, even dancing in the rain. She was a caring and loving soul who really wanted the best for those she knew and loved. Doris was a support for the young people she interacted with in her daily life. She encouraged others to do their best and follow the path God had for them and was a Prayer Warrior always praying for others. She will be missed by those who knew and loved her.

Doris was born October 23, 1974, in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. She lived in Consul, Saskatchewan until 1977 when she moved with her family to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. She attended school in Whitehorse, graduating in 1993. She attended Rocky Mountain College in Billing. Montana. Doris loved learning and continued to take courses at Yukon College, and online. Doris spent some time in BC and Oregon while receiving medical care and really loved the ocean. She would regularly walk along the beach.

Doris was a devoted daughter to Sharon Davis, a mother to Annabelle. She was a sister to Rose and Darrell Davis, an aunt to Daniel (wife, Tiffany) and Talon Davis, along with their children: Logan, Victoria, and River Davis. She was a niece to Teri and Randy Lund and a cousin to Ryan Lund. Doris is predeceased by her father, William Davis.

A Celebration of Life in honour of Doris will take place on Saturday, June 22, 2024 at Bethany Church in Whitehorse at 2:00 pm.

In lieu of flowers a donation may be given to Camp Yukon or a donation of choice.

Comments (2)
  • 14 June 2024
    Sandra Henderson

    I am so sorry to read this obituary. Doris was a student of mine in the first French Immersion class in the Yukon. She was always very respectful and dedicated to the task at hand. She became very bilingual as she always took her learning seriously. My sincere condolences to those family members and friends who will miss seeing her. I will miss her service as I am out of town until the 24th, but she and her Mom will be in my thoughts.

  • 14 June 2024
    william dieleman

    Doris was a kind soul who always made time for everyone.
    She made time for me and my children, Annabelle and Mitchell.
    I proposed marriage to her on Nov.13, 2013. She accepted.
    Happiest day of my life.
    My self, Annabelle, and Mitchell will never be able to repay her.
    We, however, will meet again, with the grace of God and his mercy.
    Looking forward to meeting you at the other side kiddo!
    All my love, eternally

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