Doris (Ward) Formyduval

Doris (Ward) Formyduval
Doris (Ward) Formyduval

August 31, 1938 ~ February 26, 2021

Doris Ward Formyduval, age 82 of Whiteville went to her Heavenly home on Friday, February 26, 2021 at Columbus Regional Healthcare System in Whiteville.

A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. at the Coleman-Ward Cemetery (Seven Creeks Hwy) with Pastor Ron Fields officiating. 

She was the daughter of the late Jim Wesley and Daisy Idell Harper Ward and was also preceded in death by two siblings, Sue Ward Rising and Scottie Ward and a grandchild, Jody Lynn.

To cherish her memory, Doris leaves two daughters, Gale B. Sellers (Charles) and Nancy Waddell, all of Whiteville; two siblings, Jimmy “Bobby” Ward (Libby) of Lumberton and Kay W. Martin (DJ) of Whiteville; three grandchildren, Neil Sellers (Pam), Bryan Sellers and Shannon Smith; six great-grandchildren, Jeremy, Kourtney, Alisha, Brittany, Lani Sellers and Bailey Sellers; and two great-great-grandchildren, Brileigh Joe and Kirsten; and her loving baby dog, Sophie.

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