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July 20, 2014
DOUG OBIT STORY

Hey Big Brother (He likes to call me Little Brother) since I'm bigger than he his.
I'm sure you've played some great golf since you've been up there (I'm not sure however that you're not playing a devil of a game elsewhere!) Just kiddin'
I'm sure you know that your daughters and Dawn (sounds like a female rock trio) took great care of you and that I am grateful for their love and devotion. I'll be checking on them from time to time. Sue and I plan to pay them a visit perhaps in October.
Maybe your friends and family that read this might like to know a few things about you that they didn't know before.

Dougie was active in Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Explorer Scouts. He helped his dad with many building projects including construction of the Maywood Park Community Building. Doug enjoyed sports and lettered in football and track in High School (I have some pictures that I wasn't able to post here - I'll keep trying). Doug was a Master Counselor, Order of DeMolay and also was in the Navy Reserve. He quit college half way to work for Pinkerton as an undercover. Our father, Lew, kept us employed in his machine shop business at $1 per hour. He previously earned 50 cents per hour working in a liquor store (plus samples I assume).
As my big brother, he taught me many things - most worth while and a few questionable.
I miss him and have many memories to keep me smiling.

Love to all,
Little Brother Jeff

Doug: Get us a Tee time for a later date.

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