Naomi G. Doty

Naomi G. Doty, age 81 of Shawnee, Kansas passed away December 11, 2008.

 

Naomi was born May 3, 1927 in Wakenda, Missouri to Harry and Grace (Dixon) Woolston.  She graduated from Wakenda High School and moved to Kansas City to work as a secretary.  She was united in marriage to Thomas G. Doty.  Naomi worked for over twenty years for the Montgomery Ward Credit Services before retiring.  She was an avid bridge player and loved to shop for antiques and attend estate auctions and always enjoyed her trips to New Jersey to visit family.

 

Naomi was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Thomas Doty who passed away in 1962, and by her brothers; Harry, Ervin (Ed) and Dale Woolston.  She is survived by her children; Diane Murray and husband Mike of Sparta, New Jersey, and Alan Doty and wife Terri of Overland Park, Kansas. She is also survived by her grandchildren; Alexandria, Mackenzie, Thomas, Grant, Andrew, and Clayton and by her sister Mary Schweppe and husband Earl of Lawrence, Kansas.

 

Memorial donations in Naomi’s memory may be made to the Sjögrens Syndrome Foundation.

 

Visitation and Memorial Service

 

A visitation will be Sunday, December 28th from 2-3 p.m. followed by a Memorial Service at 3 p.m. at the Amos Family Chapel of Shawnee. 


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Posted in Obituaries | on Thursday, Dec. 11th 2008 | 6 Comments »

6 Comments on “Naomi G. Doty”

  1. Edna and Jack Gay Says:

    We were very sorry to read that Naomi Doti had passed away. Naomi was a long-time member of the Shawnee Bridge Club at the Civic Center where we played bridge every Monday for the past l4 years. I remember the last time Noami came and couldn’t find her name tag, although everyone knew who she was. I think she was just checking to see how many high score gold stars she had. She will be missed. We offer our prayers and condolences to her family.
    Edna and Jack Gay

  2. Ruthie Loving Says:

    I wish to express my deepest sympathy to all of you. I am in charge of a bridge club that plays at Regents Walk once a month and Naomi was a member of my group. Needless to say, she was a very popular member, she was always so gracious and caring. She will be sorely missed not only by me but by all of the other members of the group.

    I will be out of town when her memorial service is held, but I did want you to know how grateful I am to have known her.

    May God bless all of you.

    Ruthie Loving

  3. Ila Marie Goodson (Lasser) Says:

    I would like to send my condolences to the friends and family of Naomi. I knew her from our days at Rosebud School near Wakenda, MO, we were such close friends. We both went different ways and lost contact, but I never forgot what a good friend she was. We were kids and I can remember how we would make nests for the Easter Bunny at the school.

  4. Herschel Keitel Says:

    Terri and Alan, we are thinking of you during this sad time, and we will always remember Naomi. She was a kind and special person.

    Love
    Mom an Dad

  5. Debby Bound-Stigall Says:

    I was very sorry to see that she had passed away. I actually worked with her when I was in high school at Montgomery Wards. She was a wonderful lady.

  6. Lynn Schutzel Says:

    I wish to express my deepest sympathy in the passing of Naomi Doty. I have the fondest memories of our antique outings together through the years. Naomi came along an many outings with Diane and I. I will never forget her fondeness for birds. She could not get around as fast as Diane and I, but would take breaks on a bench sipping her water. I will sadly miss her company and our conversations. Fondly, Lynn Schutzel

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