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Robert W. Douglas Obituary
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April 05, 2020

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April 05, 2020

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March 27, 2020
My condolences to the family. My name is Ellen Pinney, my parents were Ann&Ken Pinney. My Mom Ann Detrick & Helen were best friends growing up in Springfield, NJ and throughout their married lives Including times in Forked River, NJ. We 5 kids a d the 5 Douglas children's. Spent many good times together. Skating in Sparta, NJ. Thanks Kathy & Susan for all the beautiful dresses as ha d me downs! My sympathy for losing Robbie so young. Ellen
March 27, 2020
Best friend and brother! He coffee and football ! Always need to be around people! Love his family and friends!
March 27, 2020
My best friend and brother! He was always with a coffee and in a jersey! Boy loved his kids and being around everyone! See you on the other side!!!
March 26, 2020
i remember Rob always being involved with Jeremiah and Lauren's sports whether it was basketball, baseball or softball. As they got older, Rob, Jeremiah and my son Brian, played on a 3 on 3 basketball tournament at the Blue Claws Stadium. They won the toilet bowl trophy...which is not as bad as it sounds. One of the many fond memories of Rob. May he rest in peace. Love and prayers to the family.
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