DONATIONS GIVEN IN MEMORY OF DORIS BY THE FOLLOWING WONDERFUL PEOPLE:
DAVID & SARAH McCOUN
NATASHA POLLY
SHAWN HOLSON
CRAIG NIIYA, SAM MILLER (CROSS POINT ENGINEERING)
NANCY MILLER
DONNA WATKINS
SHARON DANZER
DOTTIE LOGAN
BEV MEREDITH & TERRI BOLDMAN
GROVER COOK
TOM COOK
RUTHIE COOK LUTE
REBA COOK STATEN
BEV MERIDETH
TERRI BOLDMAN






Doris Holt McCain. Born June 24, 1927, passed away Friday, August 10, 2018 at Portsmouth Heath and Rehabilitation Center in Portsmouth.
She was preceded in death by her husband, George "Al" McCain, and her son, Terrence "Terry" McCain.
Doris is survived by her daughter, Cheryl (Brett) Mason of Fairfax, Virginia; daughter-in-law, Carol McCain of Wheelersburg; grandson, Dustin (Erica) McCain of Wheelersburg, granddaughter, Erin (Frank) Heim of Versailles, Kentucky, grandson Brian Mason of Bellfontaine, Ohio, grandson, Trevor Mason of Starkville, Mississippi: great-grandsons, Brady McCain, Ethan McCain and Landon Heim; and great-granddaughter, Anniston Heim.
Doris was one of the legendary women who supported World War II, working to support the war effort at Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio. She received her Bachelor's degree in education from Ohio University and taught in various school districts in Scioto County including Northwest, Valley and Clay before moving to Portsmouth, High School. She taught Government at Portsmouth High School for 27 Years, retiring in 1991. She impacted many students' lives during her years teaching-serving as Senior Class Advisor and tutoring after school.
Upon moving to Fairfax, Virginia in 2001, she served as a substitute teacher in Fairfax County Public Schools from 2002 to 2008 and volunteered as a Capitol Hill Guide in Washington D. C. until 2009. She always considered Portsmouth home and returned several times a year to visit family and friends.
Her family would like to extend special thanks to Terri Boldman and Bev Meredith, who were her dear friends and provided great assistance to Doris and family in her final days.
All that who knew Doris will confirm all the stories about her are likely true.
IN MEMORY OF 
DORIS McCAIN