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Doris Windle

June 30, 1930 September 3, 2019
Doris Windle
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Doris I. Windle (nee Robson) of Peoria, Illinois formerly of Pekin, Illinois was born June 30, 1930 in Jacksonville, Illinois to Morris and Myrtle (nee Allen) Robson, died Tuesday, September 3, 2019 in the Rosewood Nursing Care Facility, Peoria, Illinois. She was married to the late Ralph C. Windle. They were married in Bloomington, Illinois April 2, 1948.

Mrs. Windle was preceded in death by her parents and sisters, Margie Long and Wilma Ball.

She was the mother to Jane Schmick Gilbert, Pekin, Illinois, Judy Strong (Les), Peoria, Illinois, Jackie O’Brien St Peters, MO., Joni Windle Denver, Colorado and Michael Windle (Michelle), Carey, N.C., her nephew who they raised from the age of 6. She was a grandmother to 11 grandchildren, many great grandchildren, and many great great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Windle had worked for Herget Bank as a teller/Head Teller for many years and
was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Pekin.

She is survived by her brothers Richard Robson of Monticello, Illinois, Wendell Robson (Darlene) of Pontiac, Illinois and sister Twila Copley of Rood House, Illinois. Along with her stepbrother in law Gary Wirrick (Jane), Springfield, Illinois, and stepsister in law, Faye Wirrick Hanson (Tom) of Normal, Illinois and two half sisters-in-laws, Mary Rose Windle Hill (Frank) and Penny Windle Nyander (Hal) of Arizona.

Later in her life Doris became a foster mother and adopted a child, Adam.

Graveside services will be held at 12 noon on Friday, September 6, 2019 at Glendale Memorial Gardens, Pekin, Illinois.


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