Dennis Roy Doom\n\nDennis Doom passed away on Sept. 19, 2020, in Prescott, less than two months after the passing of oldest brother Dan Doom of Wickenburg. A man of quiet but great character, Dennis had a loving relationship with family and made an impact on many other lives.\n\nBorn in Phoenix May 19, 1947, the son of Samuel and Esther Doom, Dennis grew up in Congress and was a 1965 graduate of Wickenburg High School where he participated in football and baseball. He was also a graduate of Arizona State University and later held positions as accountant and controller in several Phoenix firms. In 1994, he started a family retail business called Active Mobility in Phoenix providing mobility equipment for senior citizens and the handicapped. This business expanded into four retail outlets with several employees, which he continued to operate until retirement. His sons have continued to follow in this profession.\n\nDennis married his high school sweetheart Cheryll Bodiroga of Wickenburg who predeceased him in 2006.\n\nHe is survived by two sons, Brandon and Carson Doom and six grandchildren as well as his partner of 11 years Cecelia Plantek (Cissy). Due to COVID-19 restrictions, there was a private service held for immediate family.