DORIS ANN WALTZ
October 22, 1955 – October 7, 2016
Resided in Elizabethtown, PA
Doris Ann Waltz, of Elizabethtown, died Friday, October 7, 2016, as the result of a car accident in Lancaster County. She was 60 years old. Born on October 22, 1955 in Baltimore, Maryland to the late Thomas Dewey and Evelyn Virginia Bice, she was a graduate of Bel Air High School in Bel Air, Maryland. She worked in a variety of jobs including caretaker at a Plant Nursery Plants, waitress, school cafeteria worker, and food service. She is survived by two brothers Thomas L. Bice and his spouse Lucia, and younger brother William E. Bice. Also her sister-in-law, Tracey Bice, wife of the late Ralph E. Bice and several nieces and nephews, and a large legacy of friends and associates. She was preceded by her husband, Robert L. Waltz, her parents, Thomas Dewey and Evelyn Bice and her brothers Jerry W. Bice and Ralph E. Bice. A memorial service will be held at the Church of God, with Pastor David Robinson officiating, 114 South Market Street, Elizabethtown, PA, on Friday, October 22, 2016, at 2:00 PM. Burial will take place privately at Harford Memorial Gardens in Aberdeen, MD, next to her parents and brother. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Church of God of Elizabethtown, Elizabethtown, PA.
I can’t believe I lost my dear friend and only found out in the Sunday News coroner report
I love you dearly my precious friend and you will be forever in my heart
On my way to Gap this morning, I passed a small, worn cross on the side of Route 30 bearing the name of Doris Waltz. I wondered who she might have been, and who she left behind. This evening, her name came to mind so I googled her obituary and read about her. She was only 60 – the same age I am now. I’m sorry for your loss and I hope it brings a bit of comfort for you to know that someone is thinking of your dear friend today.
Our Many Thanks for your caring and for your sympathy.
Doris had many reasons to feel hurt and cheated through her life. But, she never relayed any hurt. She always had a smile on her face and became a true friend to so many on their very first meeting. She had God in her heart and everyone could tell. She did not deserve to die this way! The real truth will come out one day. But, I know Doris has forgiven immediately. She is with her maker.