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Doris Caulley

Doris Caulley, 77, of Clyde, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky, from complications of pneumonia.

She was born Aug. 20, 1935, a daughter of W. Earl and Ruth McCally Barker. She also was preceded in death by a sister, Anne K. Davis and brother-in-law, Jack C. Davis.

Survivors include her children, David Caulley of Portsmouth and Janice (Rich) Stinson of Castalia; grandchildren, Clark (Tara) and Grant (Mackenzie) Stinson, both of Bellevue, Derrick (Jennifer) Caulley of Portsmouth, Blake and Luke Stinson of Castalia; niece and nephews, Amy and Bill Davis, both of Portland, Ore., and Tim Davis of Washington, D.C.

She was a loving, caring, and compassionate woman, who spent her entire life serving and caring for her family. Her hobbies include reading, collecting roosters, and playing school with her youngest grandson, Luke. In her younger years, she thoroughly enjoyed traveling and shopping.

A 1954 graduate of Roosevelt High School, Dayton, and a 1958 graduate of the University of Rio Grande, she was an elementary teacher at Riverside Elementary School in Quincy. She also taught in the Tipp City, Trotwood and New Lebanon school districts.

She also was employed at Elder Beerman, where she was known as the best button salesperson. She also worked in medical records at OSU Medical Center, Columbus. She retired in 2001 and moved to Castalia, living her last five years in Clyde.

She was a member of Harvest Baptist Temple, 1022 S. Main St., Clyde, where Pastor James Lewis officiates a funeral at 11 a.m. Tuesday, with visitation one hour prior. Burial follows in Glen Haven Memorial Garden, New Carlisle. Memorial contributions may be made to the Harvest Temple Christian Academy, 1022 S. Main St., Clyde 43410.

Arrangements were handled by Foos Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Clyde, where condolences may be expressed at www.foosfuneral.com.

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