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Ernest Edward Douglas
06/04/1925 — 10/17/2004
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Mountain Home, Arkansas
Ernest Edward Douglas
Ernest Edward Douglas went to be with the Lord October 17, 2004. He was born to Edward and Bertie Douglas June 4, 1925, in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Ernest was in the Navy from 1943 to 1946. He was a first class seaman.
Ernest was a life member of American Legion Post 34 in Pasco, a member of VFW post 5549 in Dayton, WA and of the Moose Lodge 482 in Pasco. Ernest loved to fish. He stayed up many nights and sat on the river bank in Wallula to catch cat fish. He loved to shoot pool and challenged the best and won most games. He loved to help people and had many friends.
He is leaving behind his wife Mary of Richland; stepchildren, Deborah Richard of Pasco, Pamela Hayden of Sumner, WA, Michelle McLoud of Benton City, Kimberley Hayden Lane of Pasco; brother Kennith Douglas, Lake Havasu City, AZ; and sister, Louise Adams of Upland, CA. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, brother, John Douglas, sisters, Wanda Southard and Ginger Joselske.
He leaves step-grandchildren Haley, Deacun, Shim, Michael, Darick, Jebadiaha, Angela, Gene Earl, Patricia and Jacob. He had nieces and nephews in California, he was very proud of. Melony, Steve, Kelli, Terry and Larry, Tim and Chuck, Terry, Brenda and Tina. Ernest will be remembered and not forgotten. He was loved by all.
Memorial services will be held at the American Legion Post 34 on Sylvester St. Pasco on November 6, 2004, at 1:00 p.m. There will be a buffet following the service.
Uncle Ernest, I am thankful you are in heaven with the rest of the Douglas clan, and no longer here on earth suffering from the pain you had been enduring. One day we will all be in heaven with you and we can all have a celebration Douglas style.
Mary, my deepest condolences are with you and your family.
Uncle Ernest-I will remember the fun times we had when we all got together. your great smile and laughter.You will be missed.Mary my sympathy to you and your family.