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Doris Yurik (Barno)

  • On September 26, 2020

Doris Yurik (Barno), age 77, of White Oak passed away peacefully on September 25, 2020.
She was the daughter of Wilma and Albert Barno.
Beloved wife of Ronald Yurik for 55 years; loving mother of Sharon (Brian) Mowery;cherished grandmother of Elika, Caleb and Lyla; dear sister of Joseph Barno and the late Thomas Barno; Sister in law of John (Emily) Yurik and Doreen Berger; and aunt of Gina Beatrice.

She was the most generous, fun-loving, huggable human being who welcomed everyone with open arms. She loved turtles and Elvis. She enjoyed bowling with friends in a league. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

All services will be private.

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Robin Hancock
  • Sep 26 2020
Sharon, You guys are all in my thoughts and prayers. She truly was one of the kindest and most generous people I knew, and it was such a pleasure knowing her. You were so lucky to have her for your Mom.
Joseph M. Barno
  • Sep 26 2020
Love you Sharon and family and Barbara and I are praying for you and your wonderful family. 💔❤🌹
Nancy A Paradise
  • Sep 27 2020
Ron and Sharon: I have very fond memories of Doris from St. Angela. We spent many hours together working on school projects as fundraisers and waiting for you kids to be done riding at the school picnics. One night there, it was so cold that she and I drank coffee and hot chocolate all night and you kids were upset that they closed down Raging Rapids! She had a great sense of humor and a quick laugh. I have thought of her often and am sorry for her loss. You are in my thoughts.
Doreen Berger
  • Sep 27 2020
Doris, I will miss you greatly. You were such a kind person. You never had a bad word about anyone. I always enjoyed talking to you and hearing you laugh. You were a wonderful wife and a special grandmother. Your grandchildren were the light of your life. Rest in peace, special lady. I love you.