Our love and prayers are with you Beth we will miss Darwin and his smile and laughter and his ability to make your friends, Beth, feel welcome. Our love is with you both. We are so very sorry you have lost him but know you will remember the good times you two had. My love to you Beth. Anita.
You have been in my thoughts, Beth. As I am in California until May, I will be unable to attend Darwin’s service. I am sending many prayers and hugs your way.
Beth, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are so very sorry for your loss, but Darwin will always live in your heart. You have many years of happy memories, and may they give you comfort. Our love to you, Beth.
Tricia and Marc
I'm so sorry to hear about Darwin, Beth. I am praying for you and your family. Your friends are always near for you to call. Live. Glenda
DARWIN WAS THE ARCHITECT FOR US WHEN WE FIRST MOVED TO SALEM. WE LOVED WHAT HE CREATED FOR US HAVING MOVED IN HALLOWEEN DAY, OCTOBER 1980. WHEN THEY JOINED ST. PAUL'S CHURCH LATER IT WAS OBVIOUS TO ME THAT THEY WERE ALWAYS A LOVING COUPLE. DARWIN YOU WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW YOU IN YOUR LIFE WELL BEFORE YOU DECIDED ON THE CAREER YOU CHOSE BY HELPING SO MANY OTHERS IN SO MANY WAYS LEONA AND PAUL FARRELL
We miss your presence on Monday Morning Mens Bible Study group Darwin . You were always good for each of us. Your strong Christian Faith and belief in the Bible makes me realize how fortunate it is to know that this is not the end, just the beginning of a nwe and wonderful life in Heaven.
Beth our prayers are with you and your family. May God richly hold you up and comfort you
God Bless You.
Lyle and Ann Steers
Beth and family, Darwin helped so many architects navigate the early years of their career. Thanks to Darwin's belief in fresh green interns, I have a beautiful life in Oregon and a fulfilling career. I remember countless specification and architectural business lessons with great appreciation. Holiday parties and stories of time spent on his boat will stay with me forever. Wishing you all peace and love- Pam Triplett
To the family of Darwin Doss, I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." (Psalm 34:18) With sympathy,
So many wonderful people come into our lives, people like you Beth. Each person leaves an imprint in our hearts and minds. Last year I lost my father, and yet I know that he will always be with me. Not the big events, but the little things, his specials sayings, his rare laugh, his ability to let you know how he felt about you without uttering a word. I can see him hiking up Mt. Ashland in front of us, playing tennis and badminton with us, encouraging us to do more, to excel. He was a husband, a father, a friend, a neighbor, a baker, a gardener, a teacher, a student and a man to loved to play games and spend time with those whom he loved. He loved animals, his family, as we loved him. There are so many things I remember about him, different things at different times. Those I'm sure you will also relive in your mind about your husband. All the special times spent together, some hard, some good, some small details that only he brought into your life. We are all blessed and enriched by family and friends. I hope you enjoy those thoughts for years to come. You are in my prayers and thoughts. God bless you my friend, Maria
Dear Beth and Family,
May the love and prayers of those who love you carry you through the pain the sadness. Please accept my deepest condolences, and know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Pinkie
Darwin, we will miss your sweet face at all our future family gatherings. It was always so nice to visit with you. I will miss your chuckle and sweet smile.