Doris Bell Hanes, age 75, died Friday, April 3, 2009 at her residence, 33101 State Hwy # 77, Centerville, PA following an illness of eight months. Born in Meadville on September 5, 1933, she was a daughter of the late Raymond Humes and Ruth Mae Kelly Humes. On August 1, 1959 she married Lawrence Daniel Humes and he survives. She lived in Little Colley since 1986. Mostly a home maker, Doris in years past worked briefly at Penn Union in Edinboro and at the Riverside Inn and the Golden Living Center Nursing Home both in Cambridge Springs. She enjoyed flower gardening, bingo, and playing cards with her family and friends.
Hanes, Doris BellIn addition to her husband, Doris is survived by five daughters – Doris Lalone and her husband, Michael of McKean, Sherry Lalone of Erie, Debbie Higley and her companion, Jim Weaver of Fairview, Connie Hanes of Saegertown, and Donna Allen and her husband, David of Cambridge Springs; two sons – Donald Humes and his wife, Cherie Marie of Tryonville and Daniel Hanes of Centerville; three sisters – Norma Peters of Erie, Ruth Weigle of North East, and Pearl Peters of Cambridge Springs; and four brothers – Delroy Humes of Edinboro, Kenneth Humes and his wife, Doris of Waterford; Victor Humes and his wife, Linda of Edinboro, and Charles Humes and his wife, Janet of Cambridge Springs. Also surviving are many grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Preceding Doris in death was a daughter – Karen Sue Hanes and a son – Fred Lalone, Jr; five grandchildren – Eric Allen Hanes, Billy Higley,Dennis Hanes, Gregory Stafford, and Damon Higley; three sisters – Pauline Pulling, Genevieve Scarborough,and Ethel Sanders; and four brothers – Oscar Humes, Robert Humes, Raymond Humes, Jr. and Gary Humes.
Friends may call at the Van Matre Family Funeral Home in Cambridge Springs on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 and are invited to attend funeral services there on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00. Reverend Ronald Kennedy, pastor of Draketown Christian Church will officiate.