In Loving Memory

Doris Bruedigan

Doris Bruedigan
December 10, 1936
November 9, 2019
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Sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.
Judy Hassebrock
11/14/2019
Brenham, TX
She was a darling lady that I was happy to meet by way of my uncle and also again in later years through working as a home health nurse. Always a beautiful smile.
Tammy Johnson
11/14/2019
Brenham, TX
Such a sweet, sweet lady...I always enjoyed talking with her. Looking back, I don't think I ever heard her raise her voice...even though you 3 boys tried your best to get her riled up! My thoughts are with you during this sad time, but I also rejoice that she is restored and experiencing the joy of being with our Lord.
Jane Wellmann
11/14/2019
Washington, TX
She was always so sweet and soft spoken. How blessed we all were to know her. God bless you!
Sandra Sommerlatte
11/13/2019
Brenham, TX
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. Remember to cherish your memories.
Shirley Moehlmann
11/12/2019
Brenham, TX
So sorry for ya'lls loss. Lots of geat memories. Praying for everyone. Love Pat anf family
Patricia Parker
11/12/2019
Cameron, TX
Our prayers and sympathy to each of you. Always remember the wonderful memories
Clara and Larry Derrick
11/12/2019
Hempstead, TX
Roger and I extend our sincere sympathy to all of you. She was faced with many challenges but remained steadfast and created a beautiful legacy for you to continue. We are richer for her presence in our lives.
Mary Lou and Roger Roger Winkelmann
11/12/2019
Brenham, TX
My sympathy to the family. Doris was a happy gal who always was friendly & had a happy face. A very talented lady as well. May the good Lord grant her Eternal Rest. Mrs.Pat McIntyre
Pat McIntyre
11/12/2019
Brenham, TX
My deepest condolences to the Boeker family. Growing up next to the farm to her dear beloved mother ( whom was a substitite grandmother to me because mine had both passed away) Doris and the boys would come up on the weekends and we'd have a great time. Ricky, Mark and mischievous Bryan were my partners in crime. Ms. Doris would always remind us boys ya'll have to behave but she did it always in such a wonderful kind hearted way. I will never forget those days and I thank Jesus for giving us Doris to share because her memories will last a lifetime. Now she's in God's home and I look forward to the day of the big reunion. Let Doris's beautiful memories comfort you in the days ahead. God bless you all.
Darryl L. Laake
11/11/2019
New Ulm, TX
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