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GOWANDA:  Doris I. Waters, 95, a resident of Gowanda Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, Gowanda, formerly of South Dayton and Palmetto, Florida, passed away peacefully Saturday, April 14th, at her residence.  She was born in South Dayton on February 28, 1917, the daughter of the late Charles F. Seileman and Mayme A. (Miller) Seileman Brown.

She was a graduate of the former South Dayton High School, Class of 1934 and worked as a clerk for the former Bernard Simon’s Store in South Dayton, for 20 years.

Survivors include a daughter, Janice (Glenn) Scott, of Pope Haven, Randolph & Palmetto, FL, 4 grandchildren- Jacolyn (Stanley) Dybka of Cherry Creek, Vicki (Keith) Giraud of Middletown, NY, Randall (Julie) Scott of Cherry Creek and Douglas Smith & Stephen Kolodziejewski of Mt. Laurel, NJ, 10 great grandchildren and 9 great-great grandchildren.  Besides her parents she was predeceased by her husband Alvin Waters, whom she married Sept. 19, 1936 in South Dayton and who died February 27, 1997, by a daughter Diane Smith, who died April 19, 1999, by a granddaughter Robin Confora who died January 26, 1991 and by 3 sisters.

There will be no visitation observed.  Private Graveside Services will be held at the convenience of the family in Villenova Cemetery, South Dayton.

The family suggests memorials be made to South Dayton Fire Dept. Emergency & Rescue Squad, PO Box 88 South Dayton, NY 14138.  Arrangements are by Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, Forestville.  To post condolences go to www.rilesandwoolleyfuneralhome.com.

4 Comments on Obituary Notice- Doris I. Waters

  1. Douglas Smith says:

    All my love Gramma, may you rest in peace-you certainly deserve it. Say hello to Mom and Robin for me. Douglas

  2. Judith Nelson says:

    We used to go to Aunt Dootie’s home after Sunday School on the Sundays we didn’t want to sit through church sermons with Mom (Florence Seileman Pagett) :). There might be a little treat waiting for us there. We also remember what a great housekeeper she was. Us kids had to try hard not to make a mess.
    One year we went to Aunt Dootie and Uncle Dinky’s farm for Christmas. When I expressed disappointment in only receiving one gift and Diane and Janny had gotten several, Aunt Dootie found another small present for me without making me feel like the spoiled kid I apparently was at that time. The memories are good. We’ll miss her.

  3. Bob and Pat Killock says:

    Our sincere condolences to Doris family. We remember many good times and Pat remembers her well from the bowling league. May all of your memories help all of you at this time.

    Bob and Pat

  4. Stephen kolodziejewski says:

    We talked many times over the years, I will always remember you. god grant you peace. Love Stephen

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