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Sheber, Doris F.

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June 20, 1918 - March 12, 2012

Sheber, Doris F.

Doris Sheber, age 93, formerly of Dallas, Texas, passed away on Monday, March 12, 2012.

A graveside funeral service will be held Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 11:00a.m. at Sparkman-Hillcrest Cemetary, 7405 W. Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas 75225. Rabbi Gordon Fuller will officiate.

Doris was born June 20, 1918 to Fanny Gromer and Harry Friedman in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, the youngest of four children. She spent many years as a bookkeeper. She adored her family, was a devoted mother and wife. She loved to sing and dance. Doris was active in the Jewish community of Dallas, belonging to Hadasseh and other Jewish organizations. She enjoyed entertaining the community by her active participation in the Senior Drama group of the JCC.

Doris was preceded in death by two husbands, David Schachar and Samuel Sheber, brother, Morris Friedman and sister, Shirley Fishbein.

Doris is survived by her beloved family, son, Dr. Ronald Schachar and wife, Kathy of La Jolla, California, son, Dr. Les Schachar and wife, Stella of Lake Kiowa, Texas, son, Glenn Schachar and wife, Vickie of Sherman,Texas and Shelly Schachar. She is also loved and remembered by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Ira, Elise, Jodie and husband, Joshua and their sons, Etai and Ami; Eli, Joel, Leah, Eric and his wife Daniela; Asa and Natalie. She has a surviving sister, Lucy Lefkovitz of Florida and her loving friend of many years, Mr. Charles Wolf.

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iris r. sheber

April 29, 2015 10:48AM

I am the daughter of Samuel Sheber, and step daughter of Doris. Glen Schachar of Sherman, Tx. would remember me. I just found out about Doris's death. I and my brothers would very much like the pictures I gave to Doris, which she would not return to me when I was there for Dad's funeral. I never made copies of the films. It seems your Mom had a wonderful life after Dad's death and good for her. It would have been nice to have been advised of her death. Please write me. My Dad is buried with Doris. many thanks. iris r. sheber, Brooklyn, N. Y.


Sondra Bennett

March 18, 2012 1:32PM

Dear Schachar Family,

It is always hard to experience a loved one passing, and yet Doris was and is certainly loved by you all. In this way, I am certain that she left this earth carrying your love with her.

I am so grateful for the life she shared for 20 years with my father Charles Wolf. They shared so much together, dancing, travel, singing and always had fun. Even though they never married, they were indeed husband and wife. It was an inspiration to see how, even in later years, love was still possible.

Doris was full of life, and after the death of my mother, she infused my father with her joie de vivre. They had a good life together.

A special thanks to Doris' son Les Schachar, who lovingly saw to it that my father and his mother continued to see each other after they were separated due to her illness.

My thoughts and prayers go out to you all as I know that Doris' joy and fun-loving spirit will live in your memory forever.

With heartfelt blessings,
Sondra Bennett