Doris E. Conway

October 5, 1913 - June 22, 2010

Age 96, of Warrenton, VA, formerly of Batavia and Warsaw, died June 22, 2010 at the Fauquier Hospital in Warrenton, VA.

She was born October 5, 1913 in Short Tract, NY, daughter of the late William and Lillian Chamberlain Irish. She was employed for many years as a cashier at the former A & P Grocery Store in Warsaw.

Mrs. Conway was a long time member of the United Church of Warsaw and the Women’s Guild of the church. She was a former member of the Order of the Eastern Star and the Warsaw Monday Club. Doris was an avid golfer and was a former member of Silver Lake Country Club and a former member of the Attica Golf Club where she was a past ladies champion. She also enjoyed bowling.

She was predeceased by her husband, William Conway, who died in 2006.

Surviving are her daughters, Barbara Bradt of Batavia, Judy (Frank) Fine of Casselberry, FL, Carolyn (Bruce) Lammers of Hollister, MO, Shirley (Fred) Gardner of Warrenton, VA; 14 grandchildren; 17 great grandchildren; 2 great great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Elmer Irish, Lena Allen and Margaret James.

Friends may call Saturday, July 3 from 9 – 10 AM at the Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where a service will be held immediately following visitation at 10 AM. Burial will be in Union Park Cemetery, Wethersfield Springs. Memorials may be made to All Babies Cherished, 445 Ellicott St., Batavia, NY 14020. Online condolences at

Important Dates

July 3, 2010 : Calling Hours for Doris E. Conway - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM - At Robinson And Hackemer Funeral Home

July 3, 2010 : Funeral Service for Doris E. Conway - 2:00 PM - At Robinson And Hackemer Funeral Home

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Jul 1.10 from Michelle O'Neil:
I will miss my Grandma, but look forward to being with her one day in heaven

Jun 30.10 from Peggy Cveny Ess:
Carolyn, my thoughts and prayers are with yu all. I remember your Mom and she was a sweet person. Please extend my sincere sympathy to the rest of your family.

Jun 30.10 from Patricia Ackler Fiero:
Carolyn: I am saddened to hear of your mother's death. She was a good friend of my mother, I think through the Eastern Star. You are in my prayers. Pat

Jun 29.10 from Jim & Sally Newman:
Wonderful memories of & with Doris playing golf on Wednesday afternoons. Was a wonderful woman, mom, mother-in-law, grandma and friend. Doris will be missed by all who knew her.

Jun 29.10 from Connie Tinnin:
Lamoine and I pray for quick peace to all the family. I look forward to meeting your Mother, Carolyn, and will introduce my Dad to you also. We will have a true family reunion in our eternal home. Prayers and Love to you and your family, dear friend.

Jun 29.10 from David Paladino:
We will miss you dearly. I have so many good memories of you, and yes, the Rice Krispy treats were always wonderful!
God Bless!
David, Miranda, Ethan, Gabriella & Grace Paladino

Jun 29.10 from Julie Durfee:
Gram - You just are part of me. So many memories I hold dear. The blue Ford car with the shift on the steering wheel, Max - that dog you really didn't like, the red rose bush in the front yard at Warsaw, the puppet shows on the stairs with Michelle and Robin, that heater by the bathroom, the year we lived with you and your house became ours, my favorite green glider on the porch, the berry bushes by the house, watching the squirrels in those huge trees by the house, but most of all you - your smile and soft face, your kindness and integrity, how you never missed a birthday or holiday and sent cards, your love for church and your favorite song - How Great Thou Art. Your voice and caring thoughts and ways, I love you much. Julie

Jun 28.10 from Colin Bradt:
It was a joy too know her and her family which she talked about often. I was sorry to hear of her passing. But she left you with many great memories. My prayers and thoughts are with you all.

Jun 28.10 from Rachel Dunlap:
Such a special grandma, always full of kindness and love! Made the best Rice Krispy Treats! You'll be missed,
Love, Rachel

Jun 27.10 from George & Patti Scott:
We are so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. We lost our Mother last year and well understand your pain. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Jun 27.10 from Shirley and Fred Gardner:
Our lives were so enriched by Mom. She lived out a life of compassion and caring, providing for us so much love and wisdom as my sisters and I grew up. Her laughter and enjoyment of her grand children and great grandchildren I will always treasure. Shirley and Fred Gardner

Jun 27.10 from Carolyn Lammers:
Mom, What a remarkable woman you were. Raising four daughters single-handedly...and we were a Handful! But you never gave up on us! Bruce & I will always love & cherish you, forever.Carolyn,Bruce,Rachel,Dave & fam.

Jun 27.10 from Frank and Judy Fine:
Here is to Doris. May you enjoy the rest you so greatly deserve. May we have the strength and wisdom to never forget the lessons you left us, the laughter you shared with us and the strength you have shown us. And here is to Barbara, Carolyn, Shirley and Judy, the women who loved you and carry on your love in ways that touch my heart daily. You will always live in the eyes of my children. Good night, Doris.

Jun 25.10 from Susan Buckley:
I am truly soory to hear of the passing of Doris. I had the great opportunity to know her when she resided at the GCNH. Doris loved to attend musicals and plays with me when we went on outing. I also got her to bowl with the Wii. She was a fine person!

Jun 24.10 from Linda Carmody:
Sorry to hear about your mother's passing. We lost both our parents last year within 3 months, so know how you are feeling. I was remembering that we were 2 families in town with 4 girls and no boys. Please know our family is thinking of you and are keeping you in prayer.