Doris Haskin, 84 Doris Haskin, 84, of Black Rapids, died at her home in Black Rapids November 27. She was born Doris Jean LaRose on April 28, 1920, to George LaRose and the former Almeda Cross. She lived on the family farm and attended school at Ellisville. The family later moved to Kidd Road near Lansdowne. She helped on the farm, then worked at a few jobs before taking work at the Links boat works for a few years. She married Oscar Haskin on July 12, 1941. They lived in Lansdowne until 1955, then moved to Black Rapids, between Lansdowne and Lyndhurst, where she lived until her death. She liked boating, fishing and flower gardening and several pets - a dog, cat and birds - over the years. Mrs. Haskin was predeceased by her husband in December 1974, as well as by a granddaughter Caroline Haskin and a brother Percy LaRose. She is survived by her son Lewis and wife Evelyn Gray; three grandchildren, Eileen Watson, Elizabeth Martin and Darrell Haskin; great-grandchildren Ashley Watson and Josh Marr; and sisters Ada Griffen, Reta Berry, Elva Roland, Inez Tye, Phyllis Tye, Zelda Webb, Audrey Cledgett, Yvonne Robson, Marie Hill and Wilhelmina Standen; and brother Joseph LaRose. Scotland Funeral Home, in Elgin, helped with arrangements, including cremation. A family service was held December 7 at Olivet Church, near Seeleys Bay, with United Church minister Connie McNamara officiating. Burial followed at Olivet Cemetery. Published in Section b, page 7 in the Thursday, January 6, 2005 edition of the Brockville Recorder & Times. Posted 4:38:26 PM Thursday, January 6, 2005.