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Douglas Zan Scales

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Douglas Zan Scales (59) Douglas Zan Scales (59), beloved brother and uncle passed away at Riddle Memorial Hospital on Friday, November 22, 2013. Douglas was born in Chester, PA on June 17, 1954 to the late Bessie Woods-Scales and Orville Scales. Douglas grew-up in Chester where he attended school but not that long after completing high school (Chester High School), he moved to Baltimore, MD for a period of time to seek out opportunities and to explore various options. But eventually he moved back to Chester and Delaware County in general. Douglas worked as a technician in various positions within the Crozer-Keystone Medical system but he settled in as a Sterilization Technician within the Crozer system at both Crozer-Chester Medical Center and Taylor Hospital. On the lighter side, Douglas loved movies and enjoyed music chiefly Old School R&B Music. When he had the time, he enjoyed TV, shopping and being with friends. Survivors: Douglas leaves behind and is honored by one sister, Blanche Kiyateh and three brother Anthony Smith (Valarie), Darrian Scales and Darrell Scales. Additionally, he is honored by numerous and nephews and nieces along with other devoted relatives and friends. Douglas was predeceased by his mother, Bessie L. Woods-Scales, father Orville Scales, and step-father Charles A. Brown. He was great Brother, Uncle and friend. He was complex at times but a good person nonetheless. Just as importantly, he was person you would remember specifically when you got to know him. He was a person everyone knew and more than likely, he knew you as well. Douglas will be greatly missed and in addition, the thought of him will not exist in the ether will also be close to heart of everyone who knew him as family and friend. Service: Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, at 11a.m., Francis Funeral Home, 500 West 22nd Street, Upland, Pa. 19013 Viewing: from 10a.m. Interment: Private.
Published in The Daily Times on Nov. 28, 2013
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