Photo courtesy of Vinton Chapel

Douglas Chester Agee

Roanoke, Virginia

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To the family of Douglas Agee:
I am so sorry for the loss of your one.He
was a very kind person ,always smiling.I
know that he his in a better place and he
will be sorely missed by all who knew and
loved him. May God be with each of you.

Barbara Whorley

I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Doug when we were kids playing ball or hide-n-seek on the Belmont School ground after school or in the summer. My brothers Gary & Tony were there too, and maybe Barbara. My prayers are with you Karen & all your family at this time of pain and suffering. Cherish his memories and he will always be there......

Janet Shilling Lawson

Doug was always smiling, such a nice guy. It's hard to believe he has left this earth so soon, but he's with our Lord now and is just a prayer away through Jesus. He 's watching over his loved ones, you'll feel his presence. Being here is not the end of our existence. I worked for Metro 30 years, Everyone liked Doug so much. He'll be missed.

Karen Family
So sorry about your loss Doug and I worked together for many years at Trailway and the thing I remember is Doug loved his family and was a pleasure to work with .May the Lord bless you all at this time.

Karen, sorry for the loss I enjoyed working with Doug, I knew Doug in school and his family. Our prayers are with you and your family may God grant you the peace and strenght to remember the good times and manage the future.

I am so sorry I couldn't make it today. I remember Doug when were kids. He was always so kind and fun!! I hope all your memories will help you get through this rough time. My sympathies and prayers to all his family.. Love to all, cousin Barbara Jennings Bright

i remember Doug and Karen from school ,Jackson and Jefferson ,i am so sorry for your lose ,

I am going to miss my uncle very much. I alot of great memories I will cherish even more now. Thoughts and prayers are with my family. Love you all.

Karen and Family-

I worked with Doug a long time and spent a lot of Saturday mornings drinking part of the morning coffee with him at VM. He never let you get away from him without cutting up or laughing about something. Then the Roadeos were something else entirely... And ask Wayne about the bus stuck in the snow incident on 18th Street in 1996! Doug never let me forget about it. He is already missed. Let us know if you ever need anything.

Phil and Karen Andes family


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