Doris Louise Combs

Doris Louise Combs, 95 years of age, was born June 13, 1927, in Basil, Fairfield County, Ohio, to the late William Lewis Graham and Myrtle May (Buck) Graham. She went to her heavenly home on Saturday, October 15, 2022.

Doris is preceded in death by her parents, William and Myrtle Graham; Husband, Charles Kelly Combs; Sons-in-law: Eugene Wright and Michael Scott Hollis; Brother, Billy Graham; three Sisters: Irene Miller, Marguerite Masters and Nora Joan Quinn; and a Special lifelong friend, Milford Bail.

Doris leaves to mourn one brother, Raymond Graham; her two daughters: Sheila Wright of Zanesville, Ohio and Charlotte (Walter) Lepp of Shenandoah, Texas; two granddaughters: Wendy (Keith) Long of Zanesville and Melissa Hollis of Bossier City, Louisiana; Doris’s great-grandchildren: Taylor (Candace) Cates of Zanesville, Brianna (Cody) King of Granville, and Ryan (Paige) Long of Zanesville, Tyler Shaw (Paige) of Bossier City, Louisiana; Great-great grandchildren: Aaliyah Adams Cates, Gwenlyne Cates, Addilyn and Cooper Williams King, all near Zanesville, Bryson Shaw, Kollins Shaw and Craig Michael Shaw, of Bossier City.

Doris worked many years outside the home and retired at age 82. Her greatest hobbies were gardening and taking pride in the care of her home.

Pallbearers are as follows: Taylor Cates, Ryan Long, Keith Long, Mark Graves, Archie Graves and William Walker.

The family would like to thank the Pallbearers, The Oaks at Bethesda and Genesis Hospice Center for their special care during her stay.

Visitation and viewing will be from 10 until time of services at 11AM on Monday, October 24 at SNOUFFER FUNERAL HOME, 1150 WEST MILITARY ROAD, ZANESVILLE with Pastor Richard Newlon officiating. Interment will follow service at Franklin Hills Memory Gardens Cemetery at 5802 Elder Road, Canal Winchester, Ohio. 43110.

 

Revelation 21:4

And God shall wipe all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.