Phyllis Martha Doucette


Phyllis Martha Doucette

December 5, 1949 ~ September 15, 2022

Age 72

When Phyllis arrived in Bellevue on the 4th of July during the Bicentennial, after moving around the country as an Air Force dependent, she poured her blood, sweat, tears, but mostly her love into the Bellevue community, she from ever more, called home.  Phyllis inspired so many thru a life of hard work.  She was a cosmetologist, a marketing and training specialist at Info USA, an assistant photographer at Jeremy Johnson Photography, and an entrepreneur establishing her own Spice Pantry company. But most of all, Phyllis will be remembered for her loving and forgiving heart, her mischievous sense of humor, her choice to be happy in life, and her selfless commitment to bring love, laughter and hope to all.

Preceded in death by son Robert “Robbie” Doucette; parents John & Lupe Soto; siblings Anita Arthur, Evelyn Soto, John Soto, Jr.

Survived by son Richard “Pat” Doucette (Kitty); grandchildren Maria Doucette (Adam Rock), Joseph, Vivian, and Genevieve Doucette; special friend James Hood; father of her children Bob Doucette (Theresa Giorlando).

Reception of Friends:  Friday, September 23, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. followed by a

Memorial Service at 1:00 p.m., both at the Bellevue Memorial Funeral Chapel.

To view video of the service, click the link below.

Inurnment:  Private

Memorials:  Town & Country Humane Society /


  • Jake, Nicole, Brylee, Ayla Posted September 16, 2022 9:42 pm

    Truly heartbreaking. Phyllis has always accepted us with open arms and into the family. We love her forever and always. I pray she is in peace. Sending thoughts and prayers to the family, please reach out for anything.

  • Tamie Rice Posted September 17, 2022 7:35 am

    Prayers to the family. She was a wonderful lady who was always there for everyone. I will miss our talks. Love you

  • Joy, Peter & John Law Posted September 18, 2022 11:12 am

    Our sincere condolences to the Doucette family. We met Phyllis when we were touring Great Britain. One evening while going out for dinner, Peter had forgotten his id. Trying to get into the restaurant that was also a casino was proving a challenge until Phyllis stepped up say she was his aunt. From that day on she was always Auntie Phyllis to our family. May she Rest In Peace.

  • Jane Gomez Posted September 23, 2022 7:13 am

    I am so sorry for the loss of Phyllis. She was a light and a smile for everyone she was around. She saw the best in everyone. I am not able to make her service, but will be thinking of her, family and other
    friends. I will miss our talks, Rest In Peace my friend

  • Tom & Karen Cole Posted September 23, 2022 9:28 am

    We’re so sorry to hear about Phyllis, she truly was a loving & caring person & will be missed by all who were blessed to know her, I will miss her beautiful smile but know she is smiling down from heaven on family & friends.

  • Jerry D Quintero Posted September 23, 2022 12:06 pm

    Phyllis was a dear friend, and I will always treasure our time together. She brought so much laughter which was only matched by her generosity. I will miss her greatly.

  • Mike & Dina Williams Posted September 24, 2022 8:02 pm

    We are so very sorry for your family’s loss. It has been a very difficult year for you all. We pray that you can find peace in this difficult time. In lieu of flowers, we donated in her memory to Town & Country Humane Society.

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