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Douglas Scott Fletcher


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Douglas Scott Fletcher Obituary
December 29, 1932 - March 17, 2016 Douglas Scott Fletcher, age 83, of Newport Beach, CA died peacefully in his sleep on March 17, 2016. Born: Johannesburg, South Africa Survived by Mary, his wife, of 33 years. Doug graduated from University of California (UCLA) Los Angeles and he obtained his M.B.A. in 1966, at the University Of Chicago Graduate School Of Business. Consulting experience includes association with the international firm of Louis A. Allen Associates and Industrial Consultants Company. In 1978 Doug Fletcher and two of his colleagues formed Performex®. The company's office was located in Newport Beach, CA. Doug assumed sole ownership of the company and he, along with his wife Mary, managed the businesses from 1978 until it was sold in 2011. The company's performance management programs were successfully implemented in fortune 500 companies. Doug was a published author of management books titled Management Control in Today's Teamwork Organization and Understanding Organizational Evolution Its impact on Management and Performance. He was also a seeker of personal truth and understanding. He wrote, Forty isn't a Four Letter Word, Truth Neither Natural Knowing nor The Ego's Illusion and final published book, that served as a speaking platform for worldwide travel, Life After Work Redefining Retirement. Doug was a gifted athlete and loved all outdoor sports including running, cycling, tennis, backpacking, and fly-fishing. In particular, he loved anything either in or on the water. His favorites were ocean swimming, sailing and most of all surfing. Doug is survived by his wife Mary, three children, Lisa Arthur of Laguna Beach, CA Bradley Fletcher of Gainesville, FL and Jen Fletcher Irby of Huntington Beach, CA along with 11 grandchildren. He will be dearly missed. In honor of Doug's wishes no formal services will be held. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Surfrider Foundation www.surfrider.org
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Apr. 14 to Apr. 17, 2016
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