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Douglas Roy O'Grady

March 23, 1957 - July 20, 2018

 

GAYLENE Septka

Sturgis

I remember Doug when we were kids out in the country you always had this laugh and I remember how fun it was 2 do the Bape pole dance with him and we had a great time. Doug fly high you're now with your family and friends thoughts and prayers are with your family

Steve O

Bloomfield

May the peace of the Lord be with you soldier. A cousin never met. Fair winds and following seas.

C.B. Alexander

Sturgis

Roger and family - May the Lord comfort you in these hard days in knowing Doug has run into His loving arms. C.B. & Roland

Anita Miller

Rapid City South Dakota

I have known Doug since we were kids, he was my cousins uncle we may not have been related but we sure felt like it. I so remember so many fun times with him and I even still have a pair of earrings he bought me for one of my teenage birthday's. I always felt so special that he bought me those and have hung onto them every since. We have lost touch through the years but he always has been in my heart and my memories and always will be. Love you Doug and you will be missed

Jim and Donna Bares

Sturgis, SD

Dear Roger and Family, We extend our deepest sympathy for your loss and will keep you and your family in our prayers.

Billie J Rose

Belle Fourche

You was once my step-dad. You will be missed

Connie Oliver

NEWELL SD

I loved visiting with Doug at the Five Counties Nursing Home. He was a great guy. He will be missed. Sending hugs and prayers to all the family.

Laura & Larry Parsons

Whitewood, SD

Roger and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. We are sorry for your loss.

DeWayne L Brink

Houlton

I seem to remember him as always smiling and clowning around. My condolences to the family.

Brian Franks

Sioux Falls, SD

Doug, You were always decent to me. We worked together for over two years. We had plenty of laughs. Your forklift skills were, ahem, memorable... For a year, I was your neigubor, and I didn't even know it. That's how quiet you were. I know you were a Walker Texas Ranger fan. And I know your church family meant a great deal to you. Rest in peace, and thanks for being kind to me.