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|Posted by: Tina Stinson|
Thu March 01, 2018
|Doug will be missed dearly by many, many people. I was very happy that I got to see him a few years back when my husband and I were in Pendleton. I worked with him through CAPECO when I was a teenager and absolutely loved him. I am sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man.|
|Posted by: Stan Foster|
Sat March 10, 2018
|It was my pleasure to get to know Doug when I hired him to lead CAPECO weatherization program in 1989. He was a good man who had a wicked sense of humor and a strong sense of dedication to young people and the elderly. An outdoorsman, he loved to hunt, fish, and just be in the great outdoors. Despite his medical challenges that resulted in the loss of his eyesight, he maintained that winning attitude and giving spirit. My heart goes out to Phylis, Jim and Angie, your Dad will be missed by many people including me, he made a real difference in the lives of many people in East Central Oregon and beyond. I was fortunate to call Doug a friend. Rest in peace my friend.|
|Posted by: Mary & Keith Harris|
Sat March 17, 2018
|Phyllis & Family: I am so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. I worked with him for many years at EOCI. He was a wonderful religious teacher and loved by all. He was so much fun to be around....and after his blindness - he still has his wonderful attitude. Many people will miss him - as I will. God bless him!!
|Posted by: Robert McCurry |
Thu May 24, 2018
My heart goes out to you and your family. Doug was a wonderful man, who's been a beam of light for so many. I will remember his laugh, his jokes, and our coffee meet-ups fondly.