Doris Dugger Bivins, a beloved mother, sister, and friend, has bid us farewell on October 8, 2023. She passed away peacefully at Upson Regional Hospital in Thomaston, Georgia. Born on April 3, 1944, in Reynolds, Georgia to Walker Dugger and Essie Mae Troutman Dugger, Doris leaves behind a legacy of love and dedication.
In her career as a Domestic Engineer, Doris poured her heart and soul into creating a warm and loving home for her family. Her nurturing spirit was evident in all aspects of her life. She found joy in the simplest things—caring for her family, tending to her flowers, and using her green thumb to create beautiful gardens.
Doris had a voice that could touch hearts and move souls. Singing in her church choir brought her immense happiness, and she was well-known as the favorite lead singer among the group. With every note she sang, she lifted spirits and inspired those around her.
Despite facing challenges along the way, Doris remained firm in her beliefs and convictions. She stood strong in her decisions without easily being swayed by others' opinions. Her unwavering strength of character served as an inspiration to all who knew her.
Having attended the Public Schools of Taylor County during her formative years, Doris acquired knowledge not just from books but also from the experiences that shaped her into the remarkable woman she became. Doris was a faithful member of the Mt. Gillard Baptist Church where she serve faithfully where she was needed
Doris leaves behind cherished memories within the hearts of those closest to her. She is survived by her loving daughter, Jannice Dugger, and her sons Fredrick Walker and Demetrius (Ramona) Bivins. Doris's sister, Corine Montgomery, sister-in-law Lelia Dugger will undoubtedly keep her memory alive through shared stories and reminisces. 9 Grandchildren, Jennifer Turner one she reared as her own, 3 Great Grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
As we say goodbye to a woman who touched our lives in profound ways, let us find solace in the fact that she has found eternal peace. Doris, though no longer physically with us, will forever remain in our hearts, guiding us with her love and wisdom.