Dolores Marie Doble
Holden - Dolores Marie Doble, 62, went home to the Lord on December 31, 2019. While she will be remembered for many things by those who knew her, above all it will be for her kindness, generosity of heart, sense of humor and strength in all situations of life which will remain the most. Her warmth of spirit had a positive impact on all those who were blessed to have her a part of their lives, whether for a moment or a lifetime.
Dolores was born in Milo, ME, on August 2, 1957, the daughter of James L. Doble and Carlene (Estes) Huff.
She was never more proud of anything in life than she was to be a mother and grandmother. She left them with the best parts of herself; the ability to enjoy life through anything while being responsible, caring, compassionate and strong. As she was in her life, so she wanted her family to be - and spent her life ensuring that they were.
She was predeceased by her father James L. Doble, and her dad Charles C. Huff.
She is survived by her mother Carlene; and sisters Dolinda Doble and Denise Doble; her love, Patrick A. Cote of Holden; her children Nicholas A. Leonard and wife Meg of Orchard, Nebraska, Jacqueline M. Leonard of Bradley, and Benjamin C. Leonard of Los Angeles, California; her precious grandchildren Riley, Alaina, Nathaniel, Henry and John.
Published on January 13, 2020


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Sheena Lundin
Jan 13, 2020
It was an honor to know this very special lady and call her friend her kindness, caring and love was a gift she gave freely. Your positivity and strength was an inspiration to all who knew you. Rest in Peace dear one.
Alicia Estes
Jan 13, 2020
I will always remember her smile and big hugs whenever she saw me as a child. I loved seeing her and felt so loved by her every time. She will be sadly missed but I know she is comfortable and at peace because she is a precious angel. I love u auntie always and forever xoxoxo
Shirley Wise
Jan 13, 2020
Dolores was the strongest, kindest person I know. Loved her and will miss her so much. She is now in a better place with no more suffering. Rest In Peace Cuz. ❤️