07/29/1938 - 03/25/2021
Service Date: 04/10/2021
Service Time: 9:30 am
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Founders Ward, 20637 E. San Tan Blvd. Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Doris Faye Tieman (formerly Dobbins and Nottingham), 82, passed away peacefully at home with family by her side in Queen Creek, AZ. March 25, 2021. Doris Faye was born to James Edward Bingham and Cora Emily Dunn, July 29, 1938 in Manassa, CO. She is preceded in death by spouses: Billy Joe Dobbins, James Loving Nottingham, Bert Richard Tieman; Siblings: Keith Bingham, Leon Bingham, Barbara White, LaRue Lawson and Son-in-law Thomas Lane Pew.  She is survived by her sister Gatha Ward and sister-in-law Erma Rae Bingham. She is also survived by 7 children: Billie Jean Pew, Warren (Kathy)  Dobbins, E.J. (Bonnie) Dobbins, Joe (Darla) Dobbins, Carl (Nalene) Dobbins, Jacob Nottingham, Pamela (Bryan) Wells. She is grandma to all her favorite 32 grandchildren, and 88 great-grandchildren.

She loved her dog, gardening, reading the Book of Mormon, listening to General Conference, engaging in temple and family history,  painting her nails with great-grandchildren, and most of all spending time with family members. She enjoyed life even through hardship, by facing each day with a fierce faith and trust in Jesus Christ. Never one to possess wealth or fame, she served and accepted others no matter position or status. Her influence derived from covenant keeping will be eternally felt.

Her services will be held on Saturday April 10th at 9:30 AM at the Founders Ward Chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 20637 E San Tan Blvd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142.

Flowers may be sent to Gilbert Memorial Park by Bunker Family located at 2100 E Queen Creek Rd., Gilbert, AZ 85297 for delivery by Noon on Friday, April 9th.

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  • Jose & Lidia Alvarez

    Words will not wipe away yours tears and hugs, may not ease the pain but hold onto your memories, because forever they will remain.
    Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.
    The Alvarez.

  • My cousins the words do not come easy I don’t know what say but I want all of you to know just how much I love you and sending hugs and prayers of comfort and peace.
    Aund Doris Faye was one of a kind and will be missed for sure.


  • LaWana Fulton Mills

    E.J. and Bonnie,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Your Mom was a sweet and wonderful woman. May you feel God’s love and peace lifting you and comforting you during this difficult time.

  • Julie Peterson

    I met Doris when she moved into the Mezona ward in Mesa Arizona. She made such a difference in our ward. She was so kind and and thoughtful. She loved everyone. Her faith and love for Jesus Christ burned bright within her. All those that associated with her felt it and were strengthened by it. She influenced my life for the good.
    Julie Peterson

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