Douglas Stave
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Douglas Stave Douglas Stave (89) was an extraordinary man who led a remarkable life. He went to be with the Lord recently. He was born in Mt. Vernon, Washington to OT and Alice Stave and graduated from Mt. Vernon High school in 1949. He worked as a professor, pastor, and administrator. Doug was active in Kiwanis Clubs for 43 years. He was an amazing musician, who played multiple instruments. Doug is survived by his wife, Joyce Stave, his sister Allene and brother Dave, 5 children and thier spouses, 10 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild as well as many extended beloved relatives.

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Published in News Tribune (Tacoma) on May 17, 2020.
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May 18, 2020
Doug was an amazing musician. We had played dueling accordians and as well as piano several times at various Kiwanis events. He was the master musician of the team for sure! I have met few people as positive and interesting as he was!
Kerry Yanasak
May 17, 2020
Pastor Doug was a good friend of my Dads. Being a Kiwanian, a musician, and a Pastor was why my Dad so enjoyed spending time with him. My favorite memories was his glass playing and being a special musical guest at my Dad's 80th Birthday Celebration years ago! Sending our love and prayers from the Ron Russo Family ❤
Bonnie Viafore
May 17, 2020
Pastor Doug was a wonderful friend to my mom at PCC and I loved hearing him play the organ. A great and talented man.
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