Doris Lorraine Hancock
Doris Lorraine Hancock (Travers) passed away peacefully on July 22, 2019 at Serenity Hill in Wrentham. She was 80 years old. Doris was born July, 22, 1939 in Mansfield, MA to the late John and Florida (Dion) Travers. She was married to herhusband of 39 years, the late William Hancock of Swansea. She lived much of her life in Attleboro, and the latter part of her life in Rehoboth.
Family meant a lot to Doris. She was a loving mother to her children, William “Billy” Hancock II of Rehoboth and Laurie Golnick and her husband Gary Golnick of Woodland Hills, CA. She was a cherished grandmother to seven grandchildren: William Hancock III, Christopher O’Donnell, Ryan O’Donnell, Ashley Golnick, Brittney Golnick, Lindsey Golnick and Bryan Golnick. She also adored her four great-grandchildren: Jazmine, Ryan, Brooklyn and Arianna.
Doris was a beloved sister to William Travers and his wife Barbara, the late Robert Travers, the late Judy Moreshead, the late Diane Brunelle, Ronald Travers and his wife Louise, Donald Travers, Christine Renzi and her companion Kevin Hurley, Suzanne Earls and her companion Jay Rotherham, Carol Travers Anagnos and her husband Ernie, and Linda Gartman and her husband Nelvyn. She also had many loved nieces and nephews.
A Funeral Mass will be held 10:00 a.m. August 3 at St. Mary’s Parish, 330 Pratt Street (Route 106) in Mansfield, MA.
Doris, We will all miss you.! I feel honored to have known you. We were both so proud of our children and that they had found one another. And we could brag together about them and our wonderful shared grandchildren. We had a number of fun times together thru the years even though we lived coast to coast. When I think of you, I always smile. May you now know the joy and love of your heavenly home with all of your loved one passed and still watching over your loved ones here. Peace and comfort to all who love you!! Peace be with you my dear friend. I love you. Brenda Bryant , Laurie's Mother in Law., Gary's Mother
My beautiful sister and godmother.I love you more then words could ever say.Iwill miss you till the day I see you again.My heart is heavy and I'll never forget the times we spent together. I know momma came to get you to bring you home. I wish we could have saved you but you were tired and we knew it.I love you so much.Your sisterCarol
Sending prayers of condolences 🙏🏼 May wonderful memories comfort you🙏🏼