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Obituaries

Doris "Dorie" LaMare

Dan McClelland

Mr. Doris LaMare passed away unexpectedly Saturday evening, February 4, 2017 at the Adirondack Medical Center in Lake Placid.
Doris was born in Tupper Lake, NY on July 24, 1936, to Homer and Dezira LaMare of Tupper Lake (Faust), NY. Doris never married, but selflessly dedicated his life to the care for his mother and sister.
Doris graduated from Tupper Lake High School in 1955 and in 1957 joined the United States Air Force as a Reservist with Academic intentions and in 1961 was promoted to Airman First Class of the 7405th Support Squadron. His official title was Aircraft Reciprocating Engine Mechanic.
In June of 1960 he was awarded the Good Conduct Medal Clasp for demonstrating exemplary behavior, efficiency and fidelity during his service.
Doris returned to civilian life at 105 Washington Street Faust, N.Y. in June of 1961 and worked for Johnson Brothers and eventually Tupper Lake Supply. He was exceptionally talented and skilled when it came to improving efficiencies around the home and what stood out the most were his arts and craft skills.
Many may remember the intricate and fun Christmas displays of small towns, nativity scenes, and fun villages that even included town patrons and mountain skiers. It seemed like on certain days that whole town would come down to see what the clever Doris had put together. On top of that, Doris was also a skilled outdoorsman, enjoying the many wonderful opportunities the Adirondacks provided.
Doris is survived by his older brother Homer (Bucko) and wife Mae LaMare and sister-in Law Theresa LaMare of Tupper Lake.
Also survived are his many loving nieces and nephews.
Predeceased to Doris were his sisters Violet (Vi) and Dezira (Sis), brothers Lee (Pap) and Wilfred (Pete), mother Dezira and father Homer- all of Tupper Lake.
There will be no immediate calling hours or services. In the spring the family intends to have small service to pay respects at his final resting place at Holy Name cemetery.