Doris D. Bishop

  • Born: May 22, 1923
  • Died: December 7, 2015
  • Location: New Hampshire

Cate & Johnson Funeral Home

243 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104

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Tel. (603) 625-5777

Tribute & Message From The Family


Doris D. Bishop, 92, of Concord, NH, passed away December 7, 2015 at Presidential Oaks Health Care Center in Concord, NH.

Doris was born May 22, 1923 in Manchester, NH, a daughter of Arthur & Joanne (Riedel) DeGagne and had resided in Bedford, Strafford and Elkins, NH throughout the years.

Prior to retirement, Doris was a teacher within the Manchester School District for 30 years.

Doris was active with the professional teachers associations throughout the years and was also a member of the Order of Eastern Star organization, however, family was at the center of her life.

Doris was pre-deceased by her husband, Robert H. Bishop.

Family is especially thankful for the loving care provided to Doris by the staff at Presidential Oaks.

Family includes one son, Arthur Bishop and his wife, Trisha; two daughters, Bonnie Bickford and her husband, Karl, and Martha Drociak and her husband, Frank; as well as eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Memorial Service will be conducted on Sunday at 1:00 p.m. at Bow Lake Free Will Baptist Church in Strafford, NH. Burial will take place at NH Veterans Cemetery at the convenience of family.

Memorial contributions may be sent to NH Food Bank, 700 East Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, NH 03109.

Cate & Johnson Funeral Service of Manchester is directing arrangements.

Family and friends may visit CateJohnson.com.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Your mom was an icon of my childhood. So sorry for your loss. I'll always have great memories of the old neighborhood, visits to the lake house, and so much more.

Posted by Dennis Chandonnet - Silver Spring, MD   December 16, 2015

I remember both Doris & Bob. My Father Tony Carnevale was close friends with Bob. We stayed for a week at their A Frame Camp at Bow Lake. I caught my first fish there, a special place,& special memories from The Bishop Family. My Sympathy to you Bonnie, and all of her Kinfolk.

Brian Carnevale

Posted by A friend   December 15, 2015

So sad to hear about Doris.  You couldn't have said it better that family was the center of her life.  You could always count on a family party for one reason or another at the Bishop house.  Had a lot of laughs with Doris. She will be missed from Bow Lake to Pleasant Lake!

Posted by "Carla and David Marshall, Elkins"    December 12, 2015

Dear Martha and Frank,

So sorry to learn of you Mom's passing.  She was a very special and kind lady who I'm sure will be missed.  May your feelings of loss eventually be replaced with the many wonderful, fond memories you are so lucky to have.  I, myself, have many I keep in my heart.

With Love,

Donna

Posted by Donna Olivier Allen    December 11, 2015

Art and family,

So sorry to hear that you lost your Mom. She was a very special person. I'll always remember her smile and warm heart. I especially have good memories of her being so happy to be at the lake. Please extend my deepest condolence to your family.

Posted by Susan LeBel    December 11, 2015

To the Bishop family: So sorry for your loss. Your Mom was such a great Teacher, I was lucky enough to have her all 4 years at West High School. She taught me so much, how to cook, sew, manage the Bills, but mostly... How to be a Lady & the right & wrongs of being a teenager. Your Mom knew I came from a poor Family (Father died when I was very young, & my Mom had to raise 4 kids on her own)your Mom was kind enough to fine me a job cleaning Homes for the Elderly people she knew. I can't say enough about how GREAT your Mom was to me. Such a loss of a Special Lady. Prayers are being said for your Family. I feel like I just lost my Best Friend. Mrs. Bishop you will be surely missed by all. Thank you for all you did for me.
Your Student, Carol Dionne-Poulin

Posted by A friend   December 11, 2015

Saddened to hear of your Mom's passing. Take comfort and strength in each other knowing her strength rubbed of especially  with all of you.



West High : 72- Howie  and 73- Pauline

Posted by Garry + Pauline Haworth    December 10, 2015

Thoughts and prayers to Karl Bickford and family and to Frank Drociak and family.

Frank Harlan

Posted by A friend   December 10, 2015