Doris Seery Healy

We are sad to announce that Doris Seery Healy, 90, of Pearl River, died on Friday, February 18, 2021. She was loved and cherished by many. She was born in New York to parents Ralph Seery and Florence Klein on November 22 nd 1930. Doris is predeceased by her husband Timothy Healy, survived by their son Michael Healy and Grandmother of Chelsea, Dylan, Tyler, Griffen, Justin and wife Tamara and Great-Grandmother to their son Aden. Doris is survived by brother-in-law, James Healy and sister-in-law Anna Borucinski (Healy) as well as many beloved nephews, nieces, grandnieces and grandnephews. She is predeceased by sisters-in-law Margaret Garraston (Healy), Beatrice Howfield (Healy), Anne Healy (McCart) and brothers-in-law William Garraston, Paul Howfield and John Borucinski.
Doris met her husband Tim Healy and then in September of 1950 they were married at the Immaculate Conception Church in Queens. Initially they lived in Huntington, LI before moving to Boston Corners, NY where she and Tim spent most of their lives.  In 2009, Doris and Tim started spending some time at their condo in Pearl River, NY and moved there permanently around the year 2016.  Before her son was born, Doris worked as a typist at Western Electric. Then sometime in the 1980’s Doris returned to the workforce as a Sales Associate for Macys.
Doris was a master crotchet artist and won awards for her beautiful pieces. She created her own designs and put so much love into all her stunning and intricate work. Doris gifted so many of her amazing creations to loved ones, many newborn babies, family and friends. A woman of many talents Doris used to fish! She and Tim would go out on their boat fishing often. Doris also nurtured thriving gardens to grow vegetables.
Doris was also a world traveler. Her family was originally from Hungary and in her younger years, Doris traveled all through Europe. She and Tim enjoyed many trips and cruises both together and with their family. Doris was happy in the later years of her life as she lived peacefully in Pearl River. On any given day she loved nothing more than “coaching” the Mets and Giants from her recliner. She was a sweet and feisty woman who will be remembered with love.
A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, February 26 th at 10:30 AM at St. Aedan’s RC Church, Pearl River with a private entombment to follow at St. Anthony’s Mausoleum, Nanuet. For the safety of the family and those attending mass, please be mindful and wear required masks, maintain social distance. There will be a recording of the services through the link below:

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