I am so sorry you struggled so.
I believe you are in Heaven now and at peace.
I know you struggled so.
I believe you are in Heaven and pray you are at peace.
I love you.
“I enjoyed my conversations with Doug about the outdoors and life in general here in Wisconsin.--Cheryl Wardell
“Doug was my brother-in-law.I have been married to his sister Margaret for 20+ years.Since the first time I met him, I knew him to be a kind, gentle and humble man.He loved to give unique gifts to people for birthdays and Christmas.He loved books and sent some to Margaret and I that were unique and sometimes hard to find.Most were books that were related to our specific interest.He seemed to know what to say at the right time.He was very helpful and had some good advice.I knew Doug to be...
“Doug was a treasured volunteer at the Wild Hog in the Woods Coffeehouse, a folk music cooperative in Madison, WI. He was a kind and gentle person and we will all miss him! He had a great sense of humor and was such a big support to us. I grieve with his family.
Lisa Johnson, Wild Hog in the Woods Volunteer Coordinator
“Doug was a recent and very enthusiastic member of The Wild Hog in the Woods Coffeehouse in Madison. He also attended and performed in many of the Hootenannies that the Wild Hog hosted. He was very intelligent, perceptive, respectful and had a healthy sense of humor. As is the case with many; his death is a surprise, it leaves a particular blank space in it's occurrence, and he will be missed and remembered.
“Doug was a kind and caring man who generously gave his time to Middleton Outreach Ministry (MOM) senior clients on a regular weekly basis. I had the privilege, as Program Manager, to work with him. Over the last couple of years he transported MOM clients, over age 60, to medical appointments, hospitals, shopping trips, libraries, the post office, even barber shops and beauty salons. He devoted more than 200 volunteer hours to MOM clients and truly made a difference in keeping them...
“Doug was a very Good friend of Ours here in Wisconsin.. Especially to Kevin.. He Helped us out when everyone turned thier backs on us.. He was a Joy to be with , and We treasure all the good times we had.. To say he will be sorely Missed , is understatement.. He will forever be in Our Hearts.. Friends like him come only once in a life time.. Our Heartfelt condolences and thoughts and Prayers to the family and His children.. Kev and I would like to stay in touch.....
“Doug was my younger brother,I loved him very much.Doug wanted everyone to know that Jesus Christ was his Personal Lord and Savior.Doug wanted all people to know that Jesus his Lord is Merciful and full of Love for every human being.Doug believed that we should Love our neighbor as we love ourselves.Doug loved reading the Bible especially Matthew chapter 5:"The Sermon on the Mount."I will miss him very much but I know someday I will see him again in heaven.
Douglas FergusonOct.12, 1959-June 14, 2014Former Resident of ConcordDouglas Brian Ferguson was born to Vasiliki and Benjamin Ferguson on October 12th, 1959, in Walnut Creek. The youngest of his siblings Pamela, Donald, and Margaret, he attended high school at Ygnacio Valley High School in Concord...Read More