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Douglas K. Stein

Grand Island, New York

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Cliff & Family,
We were so sorry to hear about the passing of Doug. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Robert and Sue Berger
(Lockport, NY)

Kim, so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. I loved working with Doug, and you, all those years at Niagara Mohawk. He will certainly be missed by his many, many friends. Very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers and God Bless you all. Friend and co-worker

Our deepest sympathy to the Stein family. We have worked with Doug on the BassEye Fishing Tournament and he was always so generous with his time and talents. Our anglers loved to fish with Doug. He will be greatly missed by all those associated with the BassEye and the CF Foundation.

- The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Words, however kind, can't mend your heartache: but those who care and share your loss wish you comfort and peace of mind.
May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace
of friends.

We send our condolences to his family. He will be missed

My deepest sympathy to the Stein family. I had the opportunity to work with Doug on the annual Wildlife Festival when I was with the New York Power Authority. He was a tremendous asset to that event and to the Anglers' Association. He was a true professional and will be missed by the community.
Joanne Willmott

Doug you will be surely missed by all that new you. I will miss doing the outboard motors and walleye fishing with you. You realy dont know how good friends are until they are gone. doug you were my freind and i will miss you.

Doug demonstrated that he was a true leader, diplomat and a man of action during his Niagara River Anglers Accociation presidency. His legacy lives on with all he has accomplished.

Dear Kim and family:
We are so sad to hear about Doug. The visits to your house on Halloween were always a treat for the kids. Our deepest sympathy to all of you.
Sincerely,
Carol, Andrew and Ian Rogers