Douglas A. "Doug" Samuelson

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Douglas Samuelson passed away Tuesday, the 24th of March 2015 surrounded by his family at home in Houston, Texas. He was born on the 10th of December 1957 in Ashland, Wisconsin where his grandparents lived. He was the oldest son of Roger Wayne and Audrey Ann (Harnois) Samuelson. Doug and his four siblings grew up in Superior, Wisconsin where he graduated in 1976 from Superior High School. He received his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin River Falls in 1980 and his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center in 1983. After graduation he went on to practice law in the Houston area. On August 7, 1982 he was united in marriage with Judith Marie Sundstrom and to this union two children were born. Doug was a loving father who enjoyed coaching his children in sports when they were younger and cheering them on in all their endeavors as they were growing up. He loved science fiction especially Star Trek. Doug had a passion for cruising and traveling that he shared with his beautiful family. He was an avid Minnesota Twins and Green Bay Packers fan. Doug was preceded in death by his father. Doug will be missed by his loving wife of 32 years, Judy; daughter, Rebecca and her husband Jordan Richmond; son Matthew; grandson Bennett Richmond; mother Audrey Samuelson; four siblings: Eileen (Jeff) Engels ,Glenn (Gail) Samuelson, Roselyn Samuelson, Terri (Bob) Carlson; nieces and nephews: Joe Samuelson, Audrey Thoreson, Andrea Burlingame, Kirsten Engels, Katie Engels, Ashley Carlson; he is also survived by Judy's four siblings: David (Itzel) Sundstrom, Barbara (Peter) Scheuter, Patricia (Ted) McGregor; and their children: Adriana Mauer, Kera Franklin, David Sundstrom, Michelle Scheuter, Paul Scheuter, Natalie McGregor, Emma McGregor, Scott Sundstrom; other relatives and friends.

A Celebration of Life was held on March 28 at the House of Prayer Lutheran Church and Doug was laid to rest in the Mount Olivet Cemetery. Memorials may be give to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Crowder Funeral Home - Webster, Texas


Published on yourbayareanews.com from Mar. 25 to Apr. 10, 2015