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DORIS MAE (WILLIAMS BLACK) DAUDRICH
Born: Mar 31, 1914
Date of Passing: Dec 12, 2011Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
DORIS MAE (WILLIAMS BLACK) DAUDRICH Born March 31, 1914, Doris died peacefully in Dorval, Quebec, on December 12, 2011. She was one of the founding members of the Manitoba Schools Orchestra, and attended Lord Roberts and Kelvin. She taught in Belmont (1932-35) and at Wellington (1935-38), Queenston (1938-41), Gladstone (1958-67) and Grosvenor Schools (1967-73). She was a strong supporter of the arts in Winnipeg, and loved the city. Predeceased by husbands Noel Black in 1957 and Samuel Daudrich in 2007, Doris is mourned by daughters Barbara, of Dorval, and Margery, of Winnipeg, and by their children: Andre Kinast, Neil Peden and Shelagh Peden Markovits, and great-granddaughters Alexandra, Raphaëlle and Joséphine Villeneuve-Peden of Montreal. Cremation in Montreal, interment next summer at Chapel Lawn in Winnipeg.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 14, 2011
Condolences & Memories (1 entries)
I met Doris Daudrich when I served on the board of the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Association from 1982 to 1991. Doris worked hard on the board. She was interested in medical research, and met a Dr. Karen Pape who was a paedtrician at Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto. Karen served on the board, she was a breath of fresh air. I remember going out to Winnipeg in June of 1984 as Manitoba was hosting the Annual Conference of the National Association. She worked so hard to organize this conference. She was dedicated to the cause of cp. She often talked about Andre and was so proud of his accomplishments. She was a great role model to everyone. She was a very kind and thoughtful person, I know the Canadian Association was lucky to have such a dedicated board member, too bad every board member was not as dedicated as Doris. I do remember meeting Barbara, Margery and Andre. My deepest sympathy to you all. I hope you remember the happy times you had with Doris. Regards Andrea - Posted by: Andrea Crosbie (friend) on: Feb 05, 2012
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