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                             Doris M. Dehner

January 2, 1930 – February 10, 2018

 

Doris M. Dehner, age 88 of Monroe, died at 7:10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 10th at Medilodge of Monroe. She had been in declining health since May after breaking her hip, and developing dementia.

Family and friends may visit from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, February 15th at Rupp Funeral Home, where a scripture service will be held that evening at 6 p.m. She will lie in state at 10 a.m. Friday, February 16th at St. Mary Catholic Church-Monroe, where services will be held at 11 a.m., followed by burial at St. Joseph Cemetery, Monroe.

Born January 2nd, 1930 in Decatur, IL, Doris was the daughter of the late Leas and Hilda (Cochran) Hahn. She graduated from Olney High School in 1948. Also in 1948, on September 14th, she married the late Bill Dehner. Doris was a member of St. Mary’s church. She loved to crochet, play cards, garden, can vegetables, and was an avid bowler. But above all else, Doris loved spending time with her family and all of the grandkids.

Doris leaves to cherish her memory three children: Sharon (Mike) Trombley of Monroe, Duane W. (the late Barb) Dehner of Monroe, and Brian J. (Anne) Dehner of Monroe; five grandchildren: Jennifer, Eric, Jeremy, Jenna, and Jessica; six great grandchildren: Keiara, Jack, William, Adalyn, Emmelia, and Garrett; one step grandchild; three step grandchildren; and one sister, Irene Haase.

Along with her husband and parents, Doris was preceded in death by two brothers: Clifford and Melvin; and one great grandchild, Keiana.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations are suggested to St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

Online condolences to the family can be sent throughwww.ruppfuneralhomeinc.com.

6 Responses to Doris M. Dehner

  • Joe and Jan Loruss says:

    Sharon and Mike and Family we are so sorry to hear of your Moms passing now you have an angel who will guide you everyday and be with you until you too can go to Heaven and become an angel ….I am sure your mom was a very lovely woman because I know her daughter sure is one. Mike take good care of her. Love you both you will be in our prayers as these hard days go by. Just think no more pain .

  • Dean anteau says:

    Duane-wonderful memories of your mom
    And dad from the donut shop days. Both were such kind and wonderful people. My sympathies. Dean anteau

  • Judy Hileman says:

    So very sorry about your Mother’s passing. I lost my Mother a few years ago so I know what you’re going through. Our Mothers always hold special and precious places in our hearts. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I often remember our days at Monroe Piblic Schools.

    Judy

    • Judy Hileman says:

      Brian:

      So very sorry about your Mother’s passing. I lost my Mother a few years ago so I know what you are going through. Our Mothers always hold special and precious places in our hearts. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I often remember our days at Monroe Public Schools.

      Judy

  • Dave Hahn says:

    Duane, Brian and Sharon,
    I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Doris. She and Bill were always some of the most joyful people to be around. I always looked forward to your visits when I was a kid. Wish I would be able to attend the service but I unfortunately will not. Just wanted to let you know that you are in our thoughts and we are sending you our prayers.
    Love to you all!
    Dave and Jackie.

  • Dear Duane, Brian and Sharon,

    Such a huge loss…yet Heaven’s gain. She is with our Lord…safe and more than happy. Your Mom is with you always. I have fantastic memories of your MOM…especially from “downhome”, Olney, Il. She spent much time with her happy smile….cheerful attitude at Grandpa & Grandma (Hahn) Roth’s home(in the big house). Great delightful memories. I was blessed to know Doris and spend time on the farm with her Mom and Dad, (my great aunt and uncle) as well as your aunt Irene too (playing paper dolls). Doris was always playful and full of fun…she absolutely sparkled!!! AND a comic…she taught me (the 10 year younger one) how to slurp noodles…the wonderful yummy homemade noodles. AND, of course, I was a good student at that particular lesson. I think we might have got in trouble on that one! Yes, she would kiss her uncle Mart, my grandpa, on his bald head. He laughed. Happy times…lots of laughter and love. Love to each of your family, Marie

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