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DEATH: DORIS S. HENRIE

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Our loving mother and grandmother, Doris Stuart McEwan Henrie, passed away August 21, 1994 in her Rose Park home.

She was born March 1, 1921 in Uintah, Utah to Claude Elliot and Ellen Fernelius Stuart. She was married October 1, 1941, in Salt Lake City, to Glen McEwan and later remarried August 23, 1979, to Marshall (Pete) Henrie in Idaho Falls, Idaho.She was an active member of the LDS Church and served as a visiting teacher in her ward. She also gave many hours of service as a volunteer at LDS Hospital.

Doris loved to take care of her yard and it was lovingly decorated with many beautiful shrubs and flowers. Her small garden always produced a large yield of vegetables that were shared with her family, neighbors and friends on a regular basis. She also liked to sew and will always be remembered for her "foot pillows" which she displayed at local craft fairs. She loved and cared for her family and served them in many unselfish ways. Her generosity was felt in word and action and was extended to anyone in need. She was always speaking highly of her family and she loved to celebrate with them at family events and gatherings. She loved to cook and no one ever went away hungry when "Grandma" was around. She won't be remembered for any great deeds in her life, but for the numerous little acts of kindness and sharing that she gave every day of her life.

Survivors include a son, Bruce G. McEwan, Salt Lake City; a grandson, Bradley (Neely), Provo, Utah; a grandson, Bryan, Spanish Fork, Utah; and a great-grandson, Sean; five stepchildren, Sherrie Hooks, Bountiful, Utah; Mark Henrie, Salt Lake; Robyn Nye, Bountiful; Susie Kershaw, West Jordan, Utah; and Jim Henrie, Lehi, Utah; three brothers, six sisters, and two stepbrothers, Elinor Gardner, St.George, Utah; Verda Gardner, Yuma, Arizona; Lillian Watson, Ila Jean Carter, Joanne Robinson, all of Ogden, Utah; Elliot Stuart, and Kenneth Stuart, both of Uintah, Utah; Darrel Stuart, Logan, Utah; David Stuart, West Jordan, Utah; and Dick Brown, Los Angeles, Calif.; plus many step-grandchildren.

Funeral services Thursday, 12 noon, Rose Park 9th Ward, 760 North 1200 West. Friends and family may call at the Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Wednesday evening 6:30-8:30 p.m., and at the ward on Thursday, 10:45 - 11:45 a.m. Burial, Salt Lake City Cemetery.

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