Doris Anderson

Doris Anderson

Saturday, March 28th, 1953 Monday, August 10th, 2020

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Obituary for Doris Elaine Anderson

Doris Elaine Anderson, a resident of Dallas, Oregon died on August 10th. She was born on March 28, 1953 in Portland, Oregon the daughter of Frank and Esther Walworth. Doris lived in Perrydale as a young child. She moved to Klamath Falls as a teenager. Doris graduated from Henley High School in 1972. Doris married George Carver in 1973 and they had four children. She followed him around various army posts from 1974-1981. After their divorce, she moved to the Dallas area. She later married Everett Anderson and moved to Arizona for a time. Doris returned to Dallas after that marriage dissolved.

Doris was a long-time attendee of the Evangelical Bible Church in Dallas where she went with her mom. She was a member of Curves. Doris enjoyed knitting, reading, music, circle embroidery, television and walking in Dallas.

She is survived by her mother, Esther (Rempel) Walworth; daughter, Christina A Wyatt (Chris); grandsons: Matthew Carter, Johnathan Carter, Nathaniel Carter, Timothy Carter, step-grandson, Robert Cook, step-granddaughter, Christina Wyatt; son, George Carver, Jr (Olga); daughter, Cynthia Carver; granddaughter, Emma Farris; and son, Joseph Carver. She was preceded in death by her father, Frank Walworth; sister, Nancy Neuenschwander and brother, Darrel Walworth.

A Celebration of Doris’s Life is being held at Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center. Private interment will be in Dallas Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be to the Dallas Food Bank or Salem Gospel Mission in care of Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center who is caring for the family. To leave an online condolence for the family go

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    Friday, September 25th, 2020 |
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    Friday, September 25th, 2020
    Please contact the Tribute Center for service information: 503-623-2325

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