Dear Phyllis & Dolores,
I'm so sorry to hear about Doug. I know he fought a difficult battle. You & the rest of his family have my sincerest condolences.
Sheryl, I'm so sad to hear of Doug's passing. I will always remember him (and you) very fondly. My deepest condolences.
Bonnie (Van Epps) Pollok
Sherri and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts are with you.
Sherri and Family, I am sorry for your loss and mine as well Doug was a friend and coworker for many years Doug has left us all on the earthly plain, but he is still with us in our hearts and minds. We graduated Everett high School in 1967 and we Graduated Oldsmobile in 2008, with many years in between. 40 odd years is a long time, and I never knew you married Sherri ! It is trully a small world, Emptier without you. Keep an eye on Bill Allen and the rest of the Experimental Gang.
Doug and I had know each other since I was 14 when I began working for Norman @ Buck's. Doug along with everyone else mentored me and of course we played together. I have some great memories of Doug up in the woods of St. Helen on his Ducati. Doug was a very thoughtfull person that I always enjoyed seeing in years since. My prayers go out to the entire family.
Phyllis & Delores,
I am saddened to hear of Doug's passing and the loss of your beloved son and big brother. I have so many fond memories of your entire family as we grew up together on Schlee. It sounds as though Doug grew up to be much like Bob, kind and fun loving. May your happiest memories sustain you both. I hold a very sweet place in my heart for your family. I am truly sorry for your loss.
We are very sorry of Doug's passing. Our Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
So Sorry about Doug,Prayers to all of you...Karen & Rod Church
Sherri & family so very sorry to hear of Doug's passing. Our sympathies to your family.
Lon & Kathy Church
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
Thank you Doug for the attitude and auto body repair mentoring over the 33 years I knew you, so many times you made me stop and think, changing my perspective and showing me things might not be anything close to what I thought, that there truly are other ways to see things. Peace to you and your family.
Doug was a very great friend to my parents, so for that I am very thankful. He was a very funny guy with a huge smile. He helped to tutor me in algebra in high school. I never would have passed without him. He will be greatly missed.
Doug was a great man. When my father was fighting his own battle with cancer, Doug helped out at "Bucks" so much. The Rich family were a part of my childhood and I always will remember Doug as a man of humor and kindness. I am so sorry for you loss and expect he and my father will be discussing the merits of auto paint and dents up in heaven before long.
Thanking you for all of the wonderful memories you have given us and the joy you have brought to our lives. I will surely miss that smiling face as I could always count on it bringing a smile to mine.
I know that bringing a smile to others was one of your greatest joys and you were often very creative in how you would accomplish this task. Your clever and witty sense of humor got you through it flawlessly.
Missing you already, may you rest in peace.
God Bless you Doug - you will never be forgotten.
I can't remember the last time we saw Doug and Sherri but I believe it was when the girls were still very young. Shared some good times with them.
Our deepest sympathies to Sherri and the family.
Bruce & Dianne Werner
He was a great, cheerful fellow to work with. Prayers to the family.
When I was young, Uncle Doug was a big, brooding guy who terrified me with his beard. I was shy and he knew that, but he had me running for my Aunt Sherri whenever he could.
In third grade, my grandfather (his father-in-law) died of cancer. I remember standing at the coffin, whimpering. Gentley, an arm rested on my shoulder. It was Uncle Doug. I don't remember what he said, but I remember feeling grateful he was with me.
I miss you, Uncle Doug. I'll never forget the moments we had.