Doris Creamer, 97, of Nashville, died Monday, December 12, 2022 following a long and eventful life characterized by a love for dance, the theater and her grandchildren. Doris, and her husband Bernard Creamer, owned and operated a number of Arthur Murray Studios in Nashville in the 1940s until they made their way to Florida to raise the four daughters who survive them: Debra Leonard, Christine Creamer, Colleen Creamer and Kelle Musgrave Glanzbergh; three grandchildren, Kelly Creamer, Tadia Musgrave and Sabrina Musgrave, as well as three great grandchildren, Thomas Gonzales, Jocelyn Gonzales and Aidyn Gonzales. She is also survived by her sister Susan Wrye, nieces and nephews, Laurie Sullivan, Karen Parks, Jeff Wrye and Michael Wrye. If anyone in heaven is reading this, please don’t ask her about dance unless you want to spend an eternity talking about dance. You were the last of the “great broads” mom. We all love you and miss you terribly.