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Doris Mintz Leaman

March 6, 1923 - April 12, 2017

Burial Date: April 14, 2017

Graveside Service will be held at 12:00 pm on Friday, April 14, 2017 at Congregation Beth Israel Memorial Garden, 1101 Antoine, Houston, Texas

In observance of Shabbat, there will not be a Shiva service this evening (Friday, April 14th).  Instead, the family invites you to join them in remembrance during Shabbat Services at Congregation Beth Israel (5600 N. Braeswood Boulevard) at 6:30pm.  In addition, it is customary not to accept outside food during Passover.

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Doris Mintz Leaman, a native Houstonian, was welcomed into this world on March 6, 1923, by adoring parents, Abraham and Sprinia Mintz, and her three older brothers, Sam, Bert, and Herman.  On April 26, 1941, Doris married the man of her dreams, Mike (Max) Leaman.  They were happily married for 64 years.

Doris is survived by daughters, Loretta Leaman Hawkins and Diane Crumley, son-in-laws, Don Hawkins and E. Stacy Crumley, granddaughters, Dana Frances and husband Jonathan, Lynda Hallmark and husband Terry, Leslie Suez and husband Eitan, grandson, Marc Sposeep, step-grandchildren, Anissa and Davis Paddock, Lisbeth and Dan Ganninger, great-grandchildren, Jordan, Jason, BJ, and Jeremy Frances, Maia, Arik, and Ezra Suez, Caitlin Sposeep, and step-great-grandchildren, Harper and Lawton Paddock, Garrett and Kate Ganninger, and many loving nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.

Our family owes a debt of gratitude to Maria Leál, Mother’s devoted friend and caregiver of twelve years.  We gratefully appreciate the dedication of her long-time physicians, Drs. Craig D. Johnson and Sindju Thomas for the conscientious care that made it possible for Mother to live a long and healthy life, to Dr. Hassan Chahadeh and to the wonderful friends and family for their support throughout her life and to the end of her days.

We pray that our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Aunt, and Friend rest peacefully in a lighted paradise.

The family kindly requests memorial donations be sent to any of the following organizations in lieu of flowers: