In Celebration of

Doris Seabrooke

February 15, 1929 -  June 10, 2020

Doris Seabrooke went home to be with the Lord June 10, 2020 after a long battle with dementia. Predeceased by her loving husband, Doug. Beloved mother of Steve (late Suzanne), William (Lorna), Tom (Karyn), Jeff (Annie), Jane (Jean-Marc), Richard and Robert (Deanna}. Proud grandmother of 9 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Also survived by her sisters, Edythe Radcliffe, Nancy Bratton and Joan Summers (sister-in-law). Predeceased by her brother Arnold Summers and sister Jeannette Summers. Fondly remembered by nieces, nephews and friends. A small graveside service will be held with immediate family only due to coronavirus restrictions. A celebration of life at a later date.

Doris was a beautiful, kind, generous wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend to all who knew her She loved God, loved her family and friends and just loved life. She will be missed dearly by all who knew her.

A special thanks to all the caring staff at Park Place retirement home who took good care of our Mother during the Covid-19 lockdown.


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William Seabrooke (2nd born son)

Entered June 15, 2020 from Ottawa ON

Efficient service considering the on-going virus!

Jeannette (friend)

Entered June 16, 2020 from 2802 Saint Joseph Blvd Orleans ON k1c 1g5

Doris was a good friend of the family for a long time,
she was a charming, beautiful lady,, we will missed her immensely .
Rest in peace Doris.
Jeannette and Jean -Jacques Joly

Jane Seabrooke (Daughter)

Entered June 17, 2020

Mom. I will miss you so much😥. I was blessed to be with you when you left for your home in Heaven.
I know you are no longer suffering.
Love 💕 Always. Jane

Ingrid Krieg (Daughter Jane’s close friend)

Entered June 17, 2020 from Ottawa

Great pleasure to have known and spent time with Doris.

LInda & Malcolm MacIntosh 

Entered June 21, 2020 from Smiths Falls

Sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Your mother was the maid of honour at my (Linda) parent's wedding (Joy and Carl Docksteader). My mother who passed away in 2012 and your mother were long time friends and enjoyed touching base many times over the years. I(Malcolm) remember with fond memories your Dad being my camp counsellor on the year I began my journey of faith. We are thankful to those who walk and serve faithfully
Linda & Malcolm MacIntosh


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