Ms. Lois, I'm so sorry for your loss. He will be missed. I have many fond memories of the nights working at The Four Winds. He was a great man that I greatly admired and respected. He never forgot a name or face and that always amazed me. My heart is heavy with grief for you and your family and my prayers are with you. My love always.
Vickie Vickery Corbin
Doug was a wonderful man. He had a Birthday Party for me in the 80's at the 4 Winds. I gave him and thank you card and that little gesture made him happy. He made many people happy himself with all the things he did for many others and will be missed by all.
Mrs. Dick and family, We had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Dick as fellow deliverers for Meals on Wheels. He was such a genuinely nice man and always had a kind word to share. We are so sorry for your loss. Sherry Klemen and Jan Ellwanger
My deepest sympathy to Ms. Dick and all the family. I will miss his sweet smile. He was always smiling and happy. What a kindred soul.So sorry for your loss.
Janet Thibodaux and Family
Lois & family,
Such an example of unconditional love-60 years! Doug will be so very missed but his memories will live on. We had many a family dinner at The Four Winds & of course Doug always came over and talked with Momma then talked Gator Football with Terry! Lois, you & I did many closings together-I have always loved you and you don't hesitate to call me at home. God Bless you & your family at this time and pray for peace for you. Love, Carla Morris Reid
May God bless you and your family. My heart goes out to you.
Peace and Grace to Lois and family. Doug was such a GREAT American, and Friend. He, his smile and wonderful personality shall be great fully missed.
I had not known you very long but it didn't take very long to get to know you. A Great sense of humor and 'Played well with others.' May God's Peace find you looking for Him and please know that we send our heart-felt sympathy and prayers for your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers for all of Doug's family and friends. He was a wonderful man.
Steve & Connie Fugatt
Lois and family, I often tell people of my 1st encounter with Doug. I ate lunch at the Chicken Ranch from the 9th grade through my years at Bay. I had arrived early for a home football game to grab a Ranch Burger when a school bus approached headed for Tommy Oliver. Doug said flag that bus down and get them to stop and you eat free. Not only did I stop the bus and eat free but Doug had me dipping milkshake base during the rush. I always had fond thoughts of Doug. He was never to busy not to pause and share a story or to ask about a friend or family member. My friendship with Doug spans 55 years. I am sad that he has passed. Lois and family, I share your loss. Our community has lost a great supporter and friend. I will be out of state on the 10th and will miss the Mass but know my thoughts will be of my memories of Doug and with you. May God bless you all during this sad time.
It was wonderful to be able to read the obituary of Doug, and what a nice picture
of him and all his life's info. That was done so well and just like he was. Worked hard and a great volunteer. We are proud to have him as a brother. Love Earl and LaVerne
No matter how busy he may have been, Doug always had time for a smile and a friendly chat, especially if the topic involved his beloved Florida Gators. My thoughts and prayers go out to Lois and his family.
My friend will be remembered, great times together in 70s
Duggan don"t move to far from the Pearly Gates I will meet you there.. Love yah