Barbara Ann Doxsey

Born: Thu., Jun. 8, 1950
Died: Fri., Sep. 21, 2018

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Barbara Ann Doxsey

Barbara Ann Doxsey 68 years old, born in Akron, Ohio to Albert C. Doxsey and Eileen Schroeder Doxsey on June 8,1950. She passed away friday, September 21,2018 at The Arbors in Akron, Ohio, under hospice care.

Barb graduated from St. Mary High School and the University of Akron where she was a member of Phi Mu Sorority. She was an avid Cleveland Indians fan.

She is survived by a cherished friend and helpmate of many years, John McKeever; sister, Marilyn Bertoldo of Lexington, Kentucky; brother, Paul A. Doxsey (Pam) of Twinsburg, Ohio; nephew, Paul M. Doxsey (Lauri) of Twinsburg, Ohio; nephew, Adam C. Doxsey (Rob) of Akron, Ohio; and great-nephew, Dominic Doxsey.

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Nancy Clough Homa
   Posted Tue September 25, 2018
Please accept my sincere sympathies on Barb's passing. Dox and I go way back - we were sorority sisters and she drove me to UA in that little yellow Opal! The times we had... I know she is at peace now. My prayers to all of you.

Sue Suthers (Rocky)
   Posted Tue September 25, 2018
John, Marilyn, Paul, Pam,

I am so very, very sorry and sad. John, I am glad you were there for her. I hope she wasn't in any pain.

I have such fond memories of Barb (Dox). We had a lot of fun together. Especially remember our trip to San Antonio. She is at peace with your parents and her pets, especially Jenna.

Please feel free to contact me.


   Posted Tue September 25, 2018
My deepest sympathy for your loss. Please rely on God for comfort and He will sustain you (Psalms 55:22).

Jan Scharnott
   Posted Tue September 25, 2018
My prayers and thoughts are with all who loved Doxy. I was a sorority sister at AU. I have many good memories of her quick wit and impish smile. And the day she and two other sisters showed up at our little apartment to celebrate our little Ricky’s first birthday with a surprise and a cake. What fun we had. She had a good heart. I hope she has found peace.

Lyn Anderson Jones
   Posted Wed September 26, 2018
Please accept my condolences on Barb’s passing. I was a sorority sister to Barb at UA and have fond memories of her trying hard not to show us she was actually a real “softy” to us pledges. I hope she had a peaceful passing.

Pat Downing
   Posted Wed September 26, 2018
Dox was my friend and I have so many good memories of her. Even though we lost touch I have thought of her often and fondly over the years. Please accept my deepest sympathies for your loss.

Lynn Weekly Patti
   Posted Wed September 26, 2018
I was saddened and shocked to hear of Barb’s death. We went to grade school and high school together & always had a good time. We lost touch over the years but I had looked forward to seeing her at the “50+1” high school reunion currently being planned. Barb always had a smile to share along with rides home in her Corvair in our senior year. I’ve thought of Barb often over the years and regret not making more of an effort to get together. My heartfelt condolences to her family and friends.

Susie Di Salvo Heatherly
   Posted Thu September 27, 2018
My sympathy goes to your family at this difficult time. May she rest in peace

Linda Graham Stewart (Peasant)
   Posted Fri September 28, 2018
I was so very sorry to hear of Dox’s passing! She was my Big Sister at Phi Mu and I have so many memories of late night conversations, the fish booth at Schroeder’s, and many, many hours at our sorority house. She had the funniest laugh, the most gorgeous hair, and loved Shakespeare and quoted him often. She loved her cats and her friends and I will miss her.

Sandi Brookes Weaver
   Posted Sat September 29, 2018
was so saddened to hear of Barb’s passing and condolences to Marilyn & Paul for your loss. we were sorority sisters and had many memorable moments during college. yrs later my sons got to know Dox and appreciate her humor, generosity and kind heart.

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