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Doris Jean Seifert

August 30, 1925 - March 1, 2018

In lieu of a funeral service, a time of visitation and storytelling will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 2:00-5:00 pm, at Milwood Community Church, 3306 Lovers Lane, Kalamazoo, MI 49001.

Posted by:
Serena Thomas

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May 15, 2018

Brian, your mom was an amazing woman! She touched so many and raised one heck of a man. My thoughts and prayers are always with you!

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Kacky Buell

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May 15, 2018

Brian and Lora and family-- what a beautiful tribute to your mother! Your mother sounds like a remarkable woman! Wish I had known her. Glad I know all of you now. It's beautiful to have a visitation and storytelling-- that's the best. Pray that your memories will bless you as you grieve and remember.

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Aaron Cunningham

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May 15, 2018

Met you a couple times but love your son. Know you are home now with Jesus.

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Terri Scheffers

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May 15, 2018

Our Bible study group misses Doris. She loved the Lord and His word. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Brian, Lora, Marisa, Willis and Libby.

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Carroll and Kathy Hoksbergen

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May 15, 2018

Brian and Lora....what a beautiful one-of-a-kind tribute for a one-of-a-kind mama. She was a wonderful, interesting woman and I'm sure had a lifetime of stories to tell herself. I'm sure you will miss her fiercely so we are praying comfort for you and your dear family. Miss you dear people! Love and hugs, Carroll and Kathy

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Elizabeth Burns

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May 15, 2018

Sending you my deepest sympathies Brian and Lora and family. I loved how she was so interested in our Families and taking care of the "Family Tree".

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Mike Kemple

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May 15, 2018

What a legacy Brian & Lora, grandchildren too! I look forward to meeting Doris across the Jordan!

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Pat Hagen

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May 15, 2018

I miss my friend and her phone calls. Our friendship started way back in the 60's when we worked at Weyerhaeuser. She was one of a kind and happiest when talking about Brian and his family and studying the word of God. The tribute you wrote for your mother was beautiful.

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Steven Kenyon

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May 15, 2018

I was blessed to have Doris as one of my second mom's in my life. She helped raise me from first grade when Brian and I first met. She took us to church and soccer practices, took us golfing and tons of sporting events (T-Birds, Mariners, Stars games) and taught us all how to play cards. (You quickly became good at cards because Doris would bury you if you didnt). She was a lot of fun and I remember us laughing until we darn near wet our pants. Some of my greatest childhood memories Doris was a big part of. She was a wonderful lady and I will love her forever. Thank you for loving me Doris. Love your other son. Steven