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Doris (Huebner) Felten

Apr 07, 1934 - Aug 26, 2019


Doris Felten was promoted to perfection with Jesus on August 26 at St. Nicholas Hospital. She was born on April 7, 1934 in Paterson, NJ. She married William Felten on December 21, 1957 and moved to Sheboygan. They were blessed with nearly 62 years of marriage and six children, one of whom went to be with Jesus at birth.
Doris spent most of her life as a homemaker and mom, caring for two special needs daughters. She was a member of Sheboygan Evangelical Free Church where she played handbells and was active in AWANA until an accident that paralyzed her six years ago. She sang with the Golden Chordaliers and loved traveling and playing scrabble. She was an accomplished piano player who loved to play hymns as a source of relaxation and comfort.
Doris is survived by her husband, Bill; children, Karen (Don) Ditthardt of Randall, WI, Bill (Jennifer) Felten of Saginaw, MI, Lois Felten and Arlys Felten of Sheboygan and Laura (Dan) Lindow of Sheboygan; grandchildren, Rebekah, Joshua, Rachel, Nicole and Ashley; great-grandchildren Jude, Eden, Tobin and Jackson and her brother, Ken.
Meeting Doris in heaven are her parents, Arnold and Elfriede Huebner; an infant daughter; brothers, Donald and Roy; sister, Marilyn and grandson Michael.
Visitation will be held on Friday, August 30, 2019 at Sheboygan Evangelical Free Church, 1710 N. 15th St., Sheboygan, from 10:00 a.m. until the time of memorial service at 11:00 a.m.
Online condolences may be expressed at


Date: Friday Aug 30, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
Location: Evangelical Free Church [map]

Memorial Service

Date: Friday Aug 30, 2019
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Evangelical Free Church [map]



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Jennifer (Block) Spacek

I liked the phrasing, "Promoted to Perfection" that you used to describe Doris' passing from this world into eternity. I am full of memories from when your family first came to Zion Chapel .Bill, always smiling. Karen playing the piano, singing beautifully and teaching songs (Joy is the Flag flown high from the castle of my heart) Billy playing violin in the groups my Dad would put together, Lois, seeing her not only at church but at James Madison School, Arlyss,and Laura, seeing you at church, and also working at Ponderosa. I remember your house in Sheboygan before you moved to Cleveland. May God's perfect peace be with you all as you grieve Doris, even though you rejoice that she is out of her suffering and with Jesus.