NOTHING WASTED –  Mt. Edgecumbe High School National Honor Society students, Adonna Adams, from Anchorage, left, and Veruca Etcitty-Ramirez, from Kenai, serve the last bowls of soup at the annual Brave Heart Volunteers Bowls & Chair-ity event at Centennial Hall Thursday night. The non-profit's biggest fundraiser of the year completely sold out. Brave Heart Volunteers provides end of life caregiving and respite services; coordinates support groups for those dealing with loss; and supplies educational materials on many issues relating to illness, grief and end of life. (Sentinel Photo)

Doris L. Peek

The gentle spirit of Doris L. Peek, 85, left this earth on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012, at her home is Sitka.
She was born Oct. 24, 1927, in Isabel, Kansas. She had lived in Wichita, Kansas, and for 12 years in Flagstaff, Ariz., before coming to Sitka about six years ago.
She is survived by her sister Mary Robinson and family, brother William Douthett and family, and daughter Marilyn Durocher and partner Erik Davenport of Sitka.
She also leaves behind her grandchildren; Sarah Durocher and husband Justin Ervin, Rebecca Reaves, Joseph Durocher, and her much-loved great-grandson, Kale Reaves;  other extended family; loved ones; and many friends.

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