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Dr. Edsel G. Doreza

Died: Wednesday, March 19, 2003
Age: 60
Dr. Edsel G. Doreza, 60, Fontana, died Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee.

He was born March 15, 1943, in the Philippines, the son of Primo and Lilia Guevara Doreza.

He married Mary Louise "Molly" Spire Sept. 5, 1987, in Elkhorn.

He was a graduate of Iloilo High School and the University of the East Medical School in the Philippines, serving his internship there. He served his fellowship at Loyola and Hines Veterans Administration Hospital, Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, in cardiology and nephrology. He was board certified in internal medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, and practiced internal medicine in Walworth County since 1974, serving dialysis units in Beloit and Lake Geneva.

He was serving as a physician at Aurora Lakeland Medical Center, Elkhorn. He was a past president and honorary member of the Walworth-Fontana Rotary and past president of the Walworth County Medical Society.

He is survived by his wife; eight children, Franz, Chicago; Fritz, Chicago; Karl, Aspen, Colo., Jennifer Daumler, Longmont, Colo., Karin Keddie, Pewaukee, Justin Swonger, Milwaukee, and William and Sarah Doreza, at home; four grandchildren; his mother, Lilia Doreza, Gurnee, Ill.; one sister, Linda Dizon, Gurnee; and three brothers, Nelson, Florida, Esmeraldo, Paducah, Ky., and Reserecion, Waukegan, Ill.

Funeral services were held Saturday, March 22, at Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lake Geneva, with the Rev. Mary Ann Moller-Gunderson officiating. Burial was private. Visitation was held at Toynton's Walworth Funeral Home, Walworth. The family suggested memorials to the Aurora Lakeland Medical Center Foundation or Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church.

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