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February-09-18
Words can't express how much I love you. I miss you every day. Our family talks about the moments we shared. I'm happy to know your with God and in no more pain. Til we meet again you will forever be in my heart.
February-09-18
February-08-18
Deepest sympathies to Ilene and family on the passing of Doug. A man who was never at a loss for words, a good joke and a smile - he always made a point of saying hi and having a friendly chat with me about Real Estate and life in general when we crossed paths in Bonnie Doon Mall - I will miss those moments. God speed, Doug.
February-03-18
my dad is in God's arms. he is not in pain and he is with his family that he was born too. my dad was a remarkable man. he could do about anything when he put his mind to it. he loved nature,which he instilled in me. long talks on the phone asking him questions and he would give me tips about my birding. I love to listen to his stories of his adventures for example: scuba diving in the Bahamas with dangerous species,hiking in the alberta woods spotting lynxes and bush flying into unknown territory in Ontario moose hunting and fishing in his boat with his dog Nessie and always a life jacket on his dog for safety. so many more stories too many to tell. I will miss my dad immensely and I love him very much, he was my hero. bye dad love from his eldest daughter deb

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my dad in 1956 , when he was just starting his adventures.
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