Doris Grace Currier, 93, born on Jan 30 1921 in Churdan, IA died Sept 8 at The Village of Indianola.\nFuneral services will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Indianola at 2 pm Sunday Sept 14th\nVisitation will be at Peterson Funeral Home in Indianola Saturday Sept 13th from 5-7 pm.\nDoris graduated high school in Fort Dodge. She then attended 2 years at Iowa State University where she studied applied art and met her husband Richard Currier of Indianola. They married in 1942 and moved to the Currier family farm in 1951. After her children started school she continued training in her life long passion as an artist. She also became an instructor and taught from her home many students from Indianola and surrounding areas. As a signature member of the Iowa Watercolor Society not only was she a master of watercolor, she also studied with Dimitar Krustev , a well-known oil portrait painter from Des Moines. She also worked in pencil sketching, pottery and china painting. She attended many workshops as she traveled in Europe, United States and Mexico. She was also a longtime member of the Associated Artists of Central Iowa and a long time member of the First United Methodist Church of Indianola.Her hobbies included square dancing, bridge, sewing, traveling, fishing in Canada and gardening (vegetable and flowers)\n \nShe is survived by one son Steve (Melody) of Indianola, 4 grandchildren Loyce May of KS. Dan Clark of CO. Renee McCombs of IA, and Scott Currier of CA, 10 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.\nPreceding her in death are her husband Richard, daughter TrixAnn Clark, son Charles Currier, grandson Bryan Currier and 5 sisters.\n \nThe family is very thankful for the great care she received from the doctor, nurses and staff of The Village of Indianola and the hospice care from Wesley Life she received at the Village. Memorials will go to First United Methodist Church and Wesley Life Hospice..