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NELSON, Doris Kathleen (LAMPMAN) (nee Novack) - Of St. Catharines. Born May 23rd, 1935 and died peacefully on the 3rd of April, 2017.

Doris leaves behind her three cherished children, Carl "Owen" Lampman of Hamilton, Catherine MacPherson (Todd Rogers) of British Columbia and Scott MacPherson of Alberta.

Doris was a proud Grandmother to Jeanette (Dan), Jennifer (Larry), Vicki (Tony), Lisa (Mike), Carl Jr. (Kate) and Adam (Stephanie). Doris was also delighted to be a Great Grandma of 11 and Great, Great Grandmother to two. Left to mourn her also is her loving niece Marion (Jerry) and many dear and long time friends.

Doris was previously involved in various volunteer organizations and generously shared her time in her community. She recently received acknowledgment with an official thank you letter from St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik for her years of dedicated volunteer service with the Dunlop Drive Older Adult Centre.

Doris and her family would like to give special thanks to the March of Dimes caregivers in her building, whom she affectionately called "My Girls". Without this program and their individual kindness and love, Doris would not have been able to remain living happily and independently in her apartment for as long as she did. We very much appreciate the care and attention you gave her over the years!

We would also like to acknowledge Dr. Paul Keeley and Dr. John Bertley, Doris' longtime doctors with whom she had a special relationship. She truly was a "miracle girl", wasn't she! She lived life on her terms, right to the end!

Doris' family extends its sincerest gratitude to the St. Catharines General Hospital, floor 5, B ward's nursing staff, in particular, Nicole, Nancy, Margaret and Florence for their respect, kindness, gentle touch and genuine compassion toward Doris, as well as to family in the final days and hours. Everyone on the B ward made a difficult time much more bearable, so thank you all!

As per Doris' wishes, she will be cremated and a private celebration of life will be held in the future.

In lieu of flowers, you may donate to the McMaster Children's Hospital Foundation or other organization or charity of your choice to help make the community and world a better place.

Live life to the fullest, Doris did! 

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NELSON, Doris Kathleen (LAMPMAN) (nee Novack) - Of St. Catharines. Born May 23rd, 1935 and died peacefully on the 3rd of April, 2017.

Doris leaves behind her three cherished children, Carl "Owen" Lampman of Hamilton, Catherine MacPherson (Todd Rogers) of British Columbia and Scott MacPherson of Alberta.

Doris was a proud Grandmother to Jeanette (Dan), Jennifer (Larry), Vicki (Tony), Lisa (Mike), Carl Jr. (Kate) and Adam (Stephanie). Doris was also delighted to be a Great Grandma of 11 and Great, Great Grandmother to two. Left to mourn her also is her loving niece Marion (Jerry) and many dear and long time friends.

Doris was previously involved in various volunteer organizations and generously shared her time in her community. She recently received acknowledgment with an official thank you letter from St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik for her years of dedicated volunteer service with the Dunlop Drive Older Adult Centre.

Doris and her family would like to give special thanks to the March of Dimes caregivers in her building, whom she affectionately called "My Girls". Without this program and their individual kindness and love, Doris would not have been able to remain living happily and independently in her apartment for as long as she did. We very much appreciate the care and attention you gave her over the years!

We would also like to acknowledge Dr. Paul Keeley and Dr. John Bertley, Doris' longtime doctors with whom she had a special relationship. She truly was a "miracle girl", wasn't she! She lived life on her terms, right to the end!

Doris' family extends its sincerest gratitude to the St. Catharines General Hospital, floor 5, B ward's nursing staff, in particular, Nicole, Nancy, Margaret and Florence for their respect, kindness, gentle touch and genuine compassion toward Doris, as well as to family in the final days and hours. Everyone on the B ward made a difficult time much more bearable, so thank you all!

As per Doris' wishes, she will be cremated and a private celebration of life will be held in the future.

In lieu of flowers, you may donate to the McMaster Children's Hospital Foundation or other organization or charity of your choice to help make the community and world a better place.

Live life to the fullest, Doris did! 

NiagaraObituaries.com

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