Lorraine Doyle
Lorraine Marie Doyle passed away Tuesday May 21, 2013 in Arlington. Memorial Service: 3 p.m Wednesday May 29th at Wade Family Funeral Home, Arlington. Memorials: Memorials may be made to Community Hospice of Texas at Arlington Memorial Hospital Lorraine was born December 16, 1927 in Lydick, Indiana to Glen and Anna Milliken. She married Gilbert W. Doyle in August of 1947. They resided in Indiana before moving to Texas in 1968. She worked in library services for Arlington I.S.D for many years until retiring. She was a long time member of the Trinity United Methodist Church. Where she was involved in IDTA and various bible studies. She was a resident of the Waterford in Pantego for the last five years. She was a great mother, awesome grandparent and a faithful friend to many. Her warm smile, wonderful spirit, and unconditional love will be deeply missed. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gilbert Doyle in 1990 Survivors: Sons. Stephen A. Doyle and wife, Sheryl, William A. Doyle and Daniel T. Doyle and wife, Sharron; daughter, Barbara Fleming and husband, Philip; three sisters, Jean Fulton, Marcia Berry and Aldeen Meredith; grandchildren, Amy Green, Crystina Doyle, Amber Reiter and husband, Christopher, Andrea Doyle, Garrett, Meredith, Elizabeth and Gordon Fleming; and great grandchildren, Charles and Lillian Green and Tori Reiter.

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  1. Steve, my prayers are with you and your family. We are saddened by your loss but encouraged by the promise that we will see Ms. Lorraine again. Bless your hearts and peace to you all at this time of loss.

  2. Such a sweet and funny lady! She will truly be missed by her family and friends. Beautiful photos of her life! Thanks for sharing them.

  3. I know it is hard to say something to help with grief but knowing your mom was a Christian lady gives you hope for the soon reunion with her in heaven. The Bible tells us in Psalms 116:15 Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. I didn’t know her personally but I have known Philip for many years and I want to offer my deepest condolence to you and all the family.

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