In Memory

Doug Tew


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10/13/08 06:21 PM #1    

Marcia Tew (Byrd)

My brother died form melanoma at the age of 40. He was an avid classmate who loved every one. Marcia Tew Byrd

01/02/09 10:33 AM #2    

Jimmy Rochelle

Every one who participated in athletics at Grainger needs to say a thanks and farewell to this man.

01/19/09 07:30 PM #3    

John Casey

Doug was more involved in athletics than most of us and we all(that played any sport) owe him!! Doug, you were one of a kind and I'm sure your whole class misses you.

01/26/09 10:33 PM #4    

Margaret Register (Kincheloe)

Hi Marcia, You and Doug were friends with me in the sixth
grade, I think. Doug was the first person to teach me
how to make a really good peanut butter sandwich... with
apple jelly or honey mixed into the peanut butter before
you spread it... very important and totally delicious.
also, I remember listening with you all to Robert Goulet in
Camelot...Years later I took my 9 year old daughter to see
it...of course, I remembered the first time that I heard
the musical and the sweet boy who happened to have a twin
sister. I hope that he had a lot of fun and happiness.
I look forward to seeing you.

09/21/09 07:02 PM #5    

Harry McHugh

I was saddened to learn of Doug's death. Doug served Grainger well. He was a giver...He got the job at hand done well and did not seek any special attention for himself. Doug was a nice man who will be missed.

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