Doris Marie Neuville, 88, died on March 13 at Aurora Bay Care in Green Bay. She was born to Adolph and Lucille (Gillespie) Kozlovsky on Dec. 29, 1929. Doris lived in Sturgeon Bay her entire life. On Oct. 14, 1950 she married James Neuville. They made their home on Glidden Drive until his death on Oct. 25, 1999. Doris later moved into Sturgeon Bay and was proud to live her final years in the very house she had been born in.
Doris loved gardening, quilting and crafting: country folk painting, handmade Easter and Christmas ornaments, and anything Santa. She worked part time at Prange’s (Younkers) for decades.
Doris is survived by her three sons: Paul Neuville and his daughters Alyssa (Chris) Martin and Megan (Andy) Giesler; Mark (Maureen) Neuville and their sons Brad (Angie) Neuville, Brian Neuville, and Craig (Allison Estry) Neuville; and Scott Neuville (Kim Kolstad). Doris’s great grandchildren Kara Martin and Hannah Neuville were blessed to have her live long enough to know them. She is also survived by in-laws Gloria (Dick) Pagel and Bill (Patsy) Kincaide.
Preceding her in death were siblings and their spouses Donnie (Sally) Kozlovsky and Marvel (Wally) Kleidon, as well as in-laws Bernard (Pearl) Neuville, Anton Neuville, and Alton “Buzzy” Neuville.
A memorial gathering and lunch will begin at Noon on Sunday, March 25 with a prayer service at 2 pm. All will be held at Forbes Funeral Home in Sturgeon Bay.