I removed the door and took it with me to HD and placed it up against the samples. Once I found what I believe to be the closest match, I asked the HD employee could he open it for me to do a little test run. He said sure and the color was very close to the cherry used by Patrick Industries. It's Min-Wax Vermont Maple in the water based stains, it's in the small cans.
I sanded the area where the finish lifted and applied the stain. I left it on for about 30-35 seconds and gently wiped it off. I did this 3 times one day, and repeated the process the next day. It gradually gets to being close to the color of the rest of the door. I also purchased a spray can of finish semi-gloss. After allowing the stain to dry for a day I taped off the door so only the one piece of wood that contained both bad spots was the only thing visible. I wiped the other factory finished area with alcohol to remove any wax residue. I very lightly sanded the finish with 600 grit sandpaper to remove the sheen. Wiped it all down again and left it dry for about an hour. Then the big finish, sprayed it lightly, second coat has to be within 2 hours or you have to wait 72 hours. It turned out really well. Is it 100% no, but about 98% and I'm pleased with the results. Best part is I don't need to buy a replacement door and I have enough stain and finish in the event I need to repair any more doors etc.
Total cost was around $13 at HD.