Dori L. Chambers, was born August 28, 1969 in Jersey City, NJ. She was born into the late Vivian L. Wilson an d Calvin C. Holloman Wilson.
Dori attended public schools P.S. 34, 14 and Henry Snyder High School. She worked as customer service representative for over twenty-five years. Dori personality was bigger than life and like her mom she could make an entrance in a room. She was never afraid to speak her mind and let her presence be known.
As a child Dori loved to put on plays with her siblings and cousins for the family and neighbors. After a while she even stared to make audio and video recordings with her uncle. Dori had a passion for cooking. She was an excellent chef, she knew her way around the kitchen and specialized in dishes from a plethora of culture’s. Her dream and goal was to open a restaurant someday. Hosting cookouts was her favorite thing to do, she always brought the family together. Those that knew best knew she always wanted to be surrounded by love.
Dori is predeceased by her mother; Vivian L. Wilson
Dori leaves to cherish her memory:Husband. Walter Chambers. Dori was a loving and caring mother to 6 children. Keifatha Wilson, Esau Grant, Lloyd Lemonious and Dejavette Lemonious. Shericka Chambers and Shamar Chambers. Along with 2 grandchildren Ziyanna Wilson and Natalia Gwalteny. Father. Calvin Holloman Wilson. Three sisters and one brother. Calvin Wilson Jr., Patricia Wilson and Camilla Worrell. Along with her sister and brother in law Rubiela Wilson and Mark Worrell. And former devoted husband Lloyd Lemonious Jr. Dori also leaves behind a host of aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews and other family members.