Doris Eloise Wehman, 95

Doris Eloise Wehman, 95, of Ellwood City passed away Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at Edison Manor following an extended illness.

Born April 16, 1926, she was the daughter of the late Herman M. Sr. and Ethel Williams Jones. She was married to Lawrence B. Wehman for 57 years when he passed on September 1, 2000.

Doris was a member of the Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church.

Survivors include daughter, Cynthia (Ronald) McClellan of Pittsburgh and her grandson, Connor Ross McClellan.

The last of her family, Doris was preceded in death by her brother Herman Jones Jr. and two sisters, Corlila Strawhecker and Jean Sentgeorge.

A funeral service will be held at the Slippery Rock Church Cemetery Mausoleum on July 31, 2021 at 11:00 am with her pastor Rev. Caroline Moss officiating.

Interment will follow in Slippery Rock Church Cemetery.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Special Olympics.

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6 thoughts on “Doris Eloise Wehman, 95

  1. I love you Aunt. You were such a joy to be around. I love that my children got to know you and your love before you passed away. They saw you as another great grandmother as I always thought of you as a third grandmother. I have only the best memories of you. Thank you for giving us vanilla pudding for dessert and goldfish crackers in old butter Tupperware to eat on your back porch curled up in Uncles lap. I miss you tremendously.

  2. I remember visiting Larry and Eloise with my parents, Will and Marilyn, when I was young. I always felt so welcomed there!

    In the past few years, I had the blessing of seeing and talking with Eloise at Schill Manor where my mother-in-law was living at the time.

    Cynthia and Connor, you both have our deepest sympathies on the loss of a special lady.

  3. A friend from the old neighborhood, Your Mom was such a nice person. My Mom thought the world of her. You have my sympathy.

  4. My father George was a cousin of Eloise and he adored her. I corresponded with her through letters and am sad that I never got a chance to meet her in person. She was so kind and receptive to me as a ‘distant’ relative. I looked forward so much to her warm letters. I lost my Mom many years ago and felt her love in Eloise’s letters. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. May her love and memories with her bring you comfort.

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