Doris T Jyurovat
Born: 7/22/1931, Tiffin, Ohio
Death: 11/6/2007, Moab, Utah
Interment: cremation has taken place, Spanish Valley Mortuary and Crematory
Moab ĖDoris Troup Jyurovat, 76, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007 at
the Allen Memorial Hospital extended care.
Doris was born on July 22, 1931 in Tiffin, Ohio the daughter of Gloyd
and Marge Tuck Troup. Doris grew up in Tiffin Ohio graduating from
Columbia High School. She attended Kent State University where she
received her masterís degree in Library Science. In 1954 she married
Vaughn Jyurovat. She taught in the graduate program at Kent State
University and was the Director of the Stow Public Library.
Doris was a member of the Baptist Church. She enjoyed motorcycle rides,
sail boating, and was an avid reader. She was also a member of the
American Library Association and the Ohio Library Association.
Surviving is her husband, Vaughn, a son, James Lewis (Mary Lou)
Jyurovat of Kent Ohio; a daughter Penny Sue Jyurovat Shiel of Palisade,
Colorado; and 4 grandchildren.
At Dorisís request cremation has taken place and a private family
service will be held at a later date.
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