Private Graveside Service (mask required), Monday, November 9, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, 5600 E. Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43213. Rev. Ervin Smith, Eulogist.
Doris Neil Cochran was born May 27, 1925 to parents King and Rosa Broady in Bristol, Tennessee.
Doris graduated from Douglas High School, Morristown Junior College, and earned a B.S. degree from Bluefield State College. She taught school three years in Bristol. After her marriage to Clarence Cochran Sr, she relocated to Columbus, Ohio. To this union were born son Clarence Jr, and Janis Elaine.
Doris was employed 31 years by State of Ohio Columbus Developmental Center as supervisor of Activity Therapy and Assistant Volunteer Services Director.
Doris was a member of Centenary United Methodist Church for over 50 years. She served as Sunday School teachers, secretary of Administration Board, President of Women’s group as well as a member of various committees. She was a life member of Church Women United where she served as secretary.
Doris was a member of Bluefield State College where she served as secretary and member of various committees.
Doris is preceded in death by parents, son Clarence Jr., two sisters Eunice and Rosella, two brothers King Jr. and Marvin.
Doris is survived by on child, daughter Janis Elaine, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
After 95 years on this earth, Doris finally got her wings. She lived a good long life. She was ready, but selfishly We weren’t. If you knew Doris, you know how faithful she was to the Lord. She was devoted to her church Centenary UM Church. Even after she couldn’t attend service anymore, she was still a faithful member! See Doris was never concerned with worldly things. She knew this was just a temporary life here on earth. She’s been preparing herself for this day most of her life! She never complained about anything, she was always thankful, just for the little things. Her favorite line was “Count your blessings”. We will miss her so very much, but we will rejoice, and try not be sad. For we know when she made it to Heaven, Her Master said “Well done my good and faithful servant!!” Thank you Jesus!! You got your wings... now rest peacefully my love.
Please keep my family in your prayers, especially her daughter Janis.
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