Doris Viola Fourhman of Des Moines, WA died on March 10th, 2016 at Wesley Health Center at the age of 88. She was born in Enumclaw, WA on August 7th, 1927, the 14th child of Fred and Margaret Weston. Doris grew up in Enumclaw, attended Osceola School and Enumclaw High School.
After high school, she went to nursing school at Virginia Mason in Seattle. She married Robert Fourhman of Dover, PA on July 23rd, 1949. Doris worked part time at Virginia Mason while raising her family and then later worked at Highline Hospital until she retired. She loved to sew, play cards, was involved in Camp Fire while her girls were young, and enjoyed many camping trips and car trips across the country to visit Bob’s family in PA.
Doris is survived by her daughters Margaret Fourhman and Diane (Jeff) Martinson and 3 granddaughters. She is preceded in death by her husband Bob, children Michael and Michelle, and all of her siblings. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, March 29th at 11:00 AM at Glendale Lutheran Church in Burien followed by a reception in the fellowship room. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer society or to Glendale Lutheran church. Please sign the online memorial guestbook atwww.bonneywatson.com.
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