Doris J. Kuzar
01/31/1950 - 12/16/2020
Obituary For Doris J. Kuzar
Doris J. Kuzar, 70, Nicktown passed away from COVID-19 on December 16, 2020 at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. She was born January 31, 1950 in Spangler, the daughter of Michael and Ann (Gerlesky) Hrubochak. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by an infant brother Michael. She is survived by her loving husband Steve J. “Joe” Kuzar, whom she married July 12, 1969; children Joseph S. (Christine) Kuzar, Vancouver, WA; Annette M. (Greg) Peach, Alverda; grandchildren Morgan A. Peach and Dante J. Kuzar; brothers and sisters Marilyn (John) Kuzar, Indiana; Patricia (Walter) Conrad, Heilwood; Paul (Annie) Hrubochak, Clymer; Karen (Denny) Stewart, Marion Center; Michael (Kathy) Hrubochak, Marstellar; Debbie (Ken) Hicks, Northern Cambria and numerous nieces and nephews. She attended Northern Cambria High School. Doris formerly worked at Carol Ann Fashions, Hastings and owned and operated Kuzar Mink Ranch with her husband until their retirement in 2017. She was a devote Christian, a member of Pine Grove Church of God and was on the board of the PA Farm Bureau for eight years. She loved God, her family, her friends, children, trout fishing, cooking, feeding her deer and going to camp. Friends will be received Monday from 11:00 am until the 1:00 pm Funeral Service at Pine Grove Church of God, Cherry Tree by Pastor Steve Lecorchick. Interment McDowell Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to Pine Grove Church of God 1900 Mulberry Cherry Tree, PA 15724. Arrangements are under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home, Inc., Carrolltown. Due to COVID-19 the family is asking everyone attending the service to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. For anyone who is uncomfortable attending, please drive by and blow the horn. You may leave online condolences at www.stevensfamilyfuneralhomes.com or on our Facebook page.
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It grieves me to hear of Doris passing. Thinking of her brings a smile to my face. Remembering the tough times praying for Joe after the mine accident, the the good times laughing with Doris at the dress factory. Hold tight to your memories and realize Doris is not lost. She is celebrating Christmas with our Lord this year. Keeping your family in my prayers as you go through this most difficult time. Regina Shortencarrier
So very sad and shocked to hear that Doris had passed. While I didn't see her often, I fondly remember when she and her sisters would visit our family. There was always non-stop laughter. She will be sorely missed.
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