Douglas G. Doneth
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Doneth, Douglas G. Saline, MI Douglas Gregory Doneth 58, of Saline, Michigan passed away peacefully on March 3, 2020 with his family by his side. Friends are invited to celebrate Doug's life with his family on Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 11:00 A.M. until the time of service at 1:00 P.M. at the Robison-Bahnmiller Funeral Home in Saline. Pastor William Natsis officiating. To view a full obituary, to sign Doug's guestbook, to leave a memory, or for more information or directions please visit

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Published in Ann Arbor News from Mar. 4 to Mar. 5, 2020.
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11:00 - 01:00 PM
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13 entries
March 8, 2020
He was a good friend from elementary school through high school. He will be missed.
Jeff williams
March 7, 2020
Gonna miss you my friend.
Mick Dschida
March 7, 2020
Your with us forever little brother.
Pat and Shelley Doneth
March 7, 2020
It was great to know you as our lives were shaped at a young age. You are a great soul.
Kevin Martin
March 7, 2020
March 6, 2020
My deepest Sympathy to you Mary Ann, the Doneth family and to all his close friends! Doug was a Great guy! Remember going to Florida in 79 with Doug and Mike, I slept most of the way because they wouldn't let me drive. When we got to Daytona Beach and drove on the sand, a fresbie came flying in the car and smacked me in the face. Didn't see them for the rest of the week until we had to head back North again. RIP.
Karen Jobagy
March 6, 2020
Doug and I were best friends for many years we traveled to California in 77 to visit his brother Tom on a greyhound bus round trip , we always had great times! He will be missed,Rest in Peace my friend.
Brian Rayburn
March 6, 2020
Please know that Doug was loved, he made a difference in people's lives, and he will always be remembered by his family and friends. The entire Doneth Family - ALL of you - are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong.
Scott Rayburn
March 6, 2020
Doug was one of the good guys. I learned how to be generous to others by his example and that of my sister, Mary Ann. Doug would always step up to help anybody he could, strangers, friends and family. He had a heart of gold with room for everyone. I will miss you Doug.
Karen May
March 6, 2020
We will always own the streets in west Ann Arbor,

Covington, Scio Church, Maple , Stadium

They will always be ours, Dicken School ( bike racing)

Throwing snowballs at cars in the dark

Gary Wright ( Dream Weaver) at Wartinbees 76
Somewhere around there

Isle Royale ( camping in the woods)

Mackinaw Bridge Mackinaw Island

Detroit Tigers 68
Ernie Harwell

Rose City apple fights on the farm

You have your hearing back, your bones are new and lungs are renewed

Fly brother, Give Dad and Mom big hugs, brothers and extended family

This streets of west Ann Arbor will always be
ours,you know what I mean

Others will not understand, we do

Steve Doneth
March 5, 2020
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Sandy Irvine
March 5, 2020
When the first tube (not the semi-truck tube) came out to ride behind a speedboat Doug had to buy one, we weren't sure who was more determined him staying on the tube or my Dad driving the boat and trying to getting him off the tube. We got many laughs about the amount of flips he did in the air and off of the tube. I'm sure there was a bathing suit lost at least once.

RIP my friend, you will be missed,
Barb Miller-Brief
March 4, 2020
Doug was a great friend. He will be missed by many. A solid guy that stood by his principles.
Jack Sherburne
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