Doris Audrey Hammer

Born: Fri., Dec. 22, 1916
Died: Thu., Dec. 8, 2005

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Doris Audrey Hammer was born December 22, 1916, to William E. and Mary H. Murtaugh Conrad in Melbourne, IA. She attended schools in the Melbourne, IA, area and graduated from Albert Lea High School in 1934. On February 2, 1942, Doris was united in marriage to Glen L. Hammer in Sioux Falls, SD. He preceded her in death in 1976. Doris had been employed at Cut Low Grocery and the Heart of the Artichoke. She was a member of the United Methodist Church since 1942 and had been active in the Methodist Women's Circle and many other activities. Doris was also a member of the VFW Auxiliary and had been Chaplain for many years. She enjoyed nature and gardening, sports, especially the Minnesota Twins, and loved being surrounded by her grandchildren. Survivors include her son, Brad Hammer of Albert Lea; daughter, Glenyse Styve and her husband, Bob of Marcell, MN; son, Bill Hammer and his wife, Janice of Albert Lea; grandchildren: Chad Hammer and wife, Julie, Jace Hammer and wife, Robin, Reed Styve and wife, Terry, Renae Krmpotich and husband, Mark, Wade Hammer and wife, Kerri, April Hendrickson and husband, Jeremy, and Luke Hammer and fiancee, Kirsten; and nine great-grandchildren. Doris was preceded in death by her parents; husband; brother, Dale Conrad; and a granddaughter.

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Roxanne Rajewsky
   Posted Sat December 10, 2005
My mother and Doris were very good friends years ago Mom died in 1980. I think they met when working at the Heart of the Artichoke together. I have many fond memories of Doris. Please accept my condolences. May God comfort you in the days ahead.
Roxanne

Tami Hammer Strendin
   Posted Sat December 10, 2005
Grandma Doris was always a Grandma Grandma. I was sitting here today thinking of all the christmas treats and cookies she made. My favorite were the one's with the chocolate stars. God Bless and know that my prayers are with all of you. Love, Tami

Joni Hammer
   Posted Sat December 10, 2005
Doris has been my special friend for more than 45 years. Her smile and caring will be missed. God bless all of you and may He comfort you during your celebration of her life and in the days to come. JONI

Jojn Elwell
   Posted Thu December 15, 2005
We are so sorry to learn of Doris passing. We manitained contact with her for many years after we left. Glen and Doris were very special. our Condolences to Brad, Bill and the rest of the family.

John and Lois Elwell

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