Doris L. (Czeschin) Cooper
1926 - 2021
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She is survived by her daughter, Connie Czeschin Mancuso, four grandchildren: Jana Homeyer, Shana Yates (Ryan), Timothy Mancuso Jr., Briana Mancuso and three great-grandchildren.
October 22, 1926 January 1, 2021
Doris passed peacefully surrounded by family, into the arms of Jesus on New Year's Day 2021 at the age of 94. She was born on October 22, 1926 in Weatherby, MO to Bert and Audrey Wright. She married Laurel Czeschin (a Colorado Springs City Fireman) on September 16, 1954. He passed away March 1995. She married Carl Cooper July 27, 2005. He passed away June 2016. She was also preceded in death by her older sister Florence Toler in 1989.
Doris worked at Sears in Kansas City, MO and then Farmers Insurance who relocated her to Colorado Springs in 1952. She later worked at Colorado Springs National Bank, LooArt Press/Current Inc. as an Accounts Receivable Clerk until retiring in 1987.
Doris hoped and prayed that everyone would know, understand and accept the plan of salvation. She accepted Jesus into her heart in 1963. She wanted to meet up with all of you in heaven someday.
Doris was a longtime member of First Southern Baptist Church, 1409 Palmer Park Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80909 where memorial contributions can be made.
Celebration of Life on Monday, January 11 at 1p (a livestream of the service can be accessed through: (
103050861397700) at Memorial Gardens Cemetery & Funeral Home 3825 Airport Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80910. Service will have limited capacity at 25, guests are asked to use social distancing and masks are required. Private burial to follow.

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Published in The Gazette from Jan. 7 to Jan. 10, 2021.
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January 10, 2021
David told me about seeing this in the Gazette.
I'm so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I'm sure my mom was there to welcome her home! They were such good friends. I have many fond memories of your mom...especially when my mom was sick, she would sit with me at the hospital for hours.
Hope you and family are well...sending you much love!
Faith Harris Matthews
January 9, 2021
To Connie & your Family . In loving memory of a wonderful person. Doris was I Love her smiles and her laughing & Enjoy times we talks on the phone,. Doris would laugh when she found out that we both share the same birthday date. I had been her caregiver from Silver Key Senior home care Dept., many years. Doris will be missed.
Sue Gallivan
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