Doris E. Funnell
Date of Passing: July 23rd, 2010leave a condolence read condolences
Doris E. Funnell, 91, formerly of North Utica, passed away Friday, July 23, 2010 at the Harding Nursing Home. She was born August 25, 1918, in Utica, the daughter of the late Clayton and Esther Elliott, and was educated in Utica schools. In 1972, at Tabernacle Baptist Church, Utica, she married William G. Funnell. He passed away in 2005. Mrs. Funnell was employed with Oneida National Bank in Utica, prior to her retirement. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be Monday at 10 a.m. at Waterville Cemetery, with Pastor Doug Satterlee officiating. There are no calling hours. Arrangements are with the Kloster-Northrop & Bentz Funeral Home, Waterville.
I am a relative of Doris' stepmother, Esther. Our families were close in the past (Doris was in my mother's wedding) but lost touch over time. I have a picture of Uncle Clayton, Doris' father and one of Kenneth, her brother, that I would like to return to the family if anyone is interested. Many fond memories---
My condolences to the family - I visited with Doris at Harding with my Therapy dog Dempsey and my Mini Horse Hank I have a photo of Doris and Hank the mini horse, I tried to paste it here but it did not work. If you would like a copy please send me your email address email@example.com
aunt doris..i will miss you,always looked forward to seeing you on the holidays...you made my childhood very memorable,every card sir wayne,every gift everything i wanted,,,thank you for being so kind and generous,love wayne ellsworth
I worked with Doris for many years at Oneida National Bank. She was such a fine woman. However what I remember most about her is the great love and respect she had for Bill and the wonderful care she gave him. My deepest sympathy to her nieces and nephews. May she rest in peace. Sincerely, George Tulloch, Utica, NY
I am the daughter of Rosemary Ellsworth-Crosier , Mildred's daughter- Doris's sister. I met Aunt Doris one time when I was very young, she was very nice to me :) She seemed to be a humble woman and that is what always stuck w/ me about her. Just wished that I grew up with all my relatives :( I'm sure you whom have known her will miss her. Now she is with some of our family that have gone on to greener pastures...