Dorris Ann McCord
August 27, 1926 ~ April 15, 2022
Dorris Ann McCord, 95, of Farmington, passed away April 15, 2022 at Camelot Skilled Nursing Center. She was born August 27, 1926 in Elvins, Missouri to the late Harry and Grace Kathryn (Alexander) Berryman. She was also preceded by her husband, Joseph E. McCord; daughter, Ann Lynn Byers; brother, Harry Berryman.
Dorris was a retiree from the Flat River School, working there as the School Secretary for several Years. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Park Hills and a member of the Gamma Tau Mu Camping Group.
Dorris is survived by her children, Nancy (Harold) Huff, Susan (Steven) James, Joseph (Peggy) McCord, Marilee (Joel) Stassel; one son-in-law, Charles Byers; grandchildren, Leslie (Bill) Hudson, Cary (Kim) Huff, Chris (Colinda) James, Matthew (Cristina) James, Sarah (Chad) Winch, Melissa (Tim) Hahn, Emily (Chris) Miller, Tim Stassel, Kristen (William) Schroeder, Rebecca (Michael) Hughes, Jennifer Byers; 26 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Dixie Berryman. The family would like to thank all of the special care givers that cared for Dorris over the past 14 years and a special thank you to Safe Harbor Hospice for their care in her last few weeks.
Visitation will be at C.Z. Boyer & Son Funeral Home in Desloge on Monday April 18, 2022 from 10 a.m. until time of the funeral service at 12 p.m with Rev. Eddie Bone officiating. Interment will follow at the Three Rivers Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family is asking for memorial donations to BackStoppers or American Cancer Society. www.Backstoppers.org www.cancer.org
My mother, Barb Hutson, worked in the school system with Doris & years later they both volunteered at the hospital and played Hands and Feet with other friends who all are now gone.
It's hard to lose someone so dear but carry her in your heart & relish your memories of her because the life she lived will always be remembered, the way she touched hearts cannot be erased, the smiles and the laughter she created will live on forever. Even in this time of grief may her memory carry you on to brighter days.
I went to Esther school with all her children. She was one of the sweetest ladies I've ever met. So sorry for your loss.