Mrs. Doris Marie Bloss
Submitted by Edgar on Thu, 04/17/2014 - 11:31am
Mrs. Doris Marie Bloss, 90, of Sarcoxie, Missouri, departed this life peacefully on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at Sarcoxie Nursing Center. Doris enter this life on February 13, 1924 in Humboldt, Nebraska to the union of Jacob and Sadie Hunzeker. She graduated from Humboldt High School in 1941. After graduation she taught in a one room rural school, teaching grades one through eight for five years. On March 3, 1945 she was united in marriage to Hubert Bloss. They began life together on a farm near Summerfield, Kansas. In 1947 she and Hubert purchased a farm near Sarcoxie, Missouri, making the move on March 3, 1948. After Hubert passed in 1996, Doris continued to live on the family farm until her recent move to Sarcoxie Nursing Center. Doris loved working on the family farm, and took great pride in her vegetable garden. She was a 4-H leader for more than twenty years and also played the piano for the First Baptist Church in LA Russell, Missouri as well as the First Baptist Church in Sarcoxie, Missouri for twenty five years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Sarcoxie, Missouri. Doris is preceded in death by her husband, Hubert Bloss, her parents; one brother, two sisters, daughter in law; Dair Bloss, son in law; Thomas Grace, and brother in law; Allen Bloss. Mrs. Bloss is survived by her son Richard and wife Anita of Sarcoxie, Missouri and daughter; Bonnie Grace of Sarcoxie, Missouri, two brothers; Kenneth Hunzeker and wife Dolly of Pawnee, Nebraska, and Lloyd Hynzeker and wife Mary Ann of Hays Springs, Nebraska, one sister; Mildred Bloss of Pawnee, Nebraska, four grandchildren; Mike Bloss and wife Kirstin, Jeff Bloss and wife Amy, Jennifer Hawkins and husband Garrett and Kristin Sharples and husband Tucker, nine great grandchildren; Nathan Bloss and wife Katie, Kurtis, Jade, Bethany and Rebecca Bloss, William Bloss, Adelyn and Colton Hawkins and Layne Sharples, two great-great grandsons; Drake and Barrett Bloss; as well as a host of other family and friends.
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