Douglas Allen Phillip‎s (Douger)

Phillips, Douglas Allen (Douger) (56)
With saddened hearts the family of Douger had to say their goodbye to their super hero on May 13, 2018. Beloved husband of Carrie (Buesnel) for 27 years. Cherished son of Marjorie and the late Allen (1982) Phillips. Fun loving brother of Linda Phillips. Doug was a mentor and father figure to his nephews Tyler and Nathan Phillips. “Brother” of Greg and Kim Oliphant. Loved and missed by the whole Buesnel family. Doug was a part of the Maple City Bakery family serving the last 38 years as Baker/Bread Production Manager. Member of the Branch 642 Canadian Legion. At Doug’s request there will be no service. Buesnel siblings and families; Linda Logan, Barb and Clark Mc Alpine, Sheila and Jack Beintema, Shirley and Jim Tope, Nancy Packham, Fred and Lisa Buesnel and all of our wonderful nieces and nephews and their families who have all shared 34 years of love for him.

Born November 6, 1961. Died May 13, 2018. My superhero always staying positive. He could always give us a smile. He gave all of us new strengths knowing he didn’t complain. He said what do you do!! He fought with superhero, tough cookie strengths. We needed a smaller circle to comfort and care for Douger’s wishes, which were simple and explicit. He didn’t want a funeral. He didn’t want anyone to see him in a sad compassionate way. In knowing my husband you would love him and be saddened. Please remember your stories and at a later date you will be able to celebrate the true blessing he was. Loving and remembering stories. Sadly we will miss him. Carrie
Love you Douger to the moon and back. XXX OOO

12 Comments on “Douglas Allen Phillip‎s (Douger)”

  1. Dear Carrie and families, so sorry to read of this news. May your many happy memories comfort you in the days ahead.

    Mary Richards (from long ago at Rossini’s)

  2. My deepest sympathies to the family. We were childhood neighbour’s for many years. He will be in our memories forever.

    From Heather (Vickery) Renaud

  3. Gawd! I’ll miss him! Such good times all thru high school. ..at the park, down by the river, along the tracks…lol a great group of us! Me and Deb, Brad, the 2 Mikes! Hug a loved one today! Enjoy the moments! What else can you DO?

  4. To Linda and Carrie, and the entire Phillips Family.

    Please accept my sincere condolences and deepest sympathies. I was very sorry to hear the news. Doug was a great guy; had a lot of fun with him whenever and wherever I ran into him. His infectious laugh will be burned into my memory forever. May peace and comfort be with you all.

  5. I feel as if this wasn’t suppose to happen to you
    You’re strong,kind & caring
    My tears fall for you
    Whether it’s early in the morning or late in the evening you’re always on my mind
    Talking to you has always been comforting
    All the Birthday and Christmas presents you gave
    Ill never forget
    More important you gave your smile
    When i needed a hug you opened your arms

    LOVE YOU UNCLE DOUG Forever&Always

  6. Linda , & Marjorie and the entire family, I’m very sorry to hear of the passing on of your dear brother & Son, husband,uncle, hugs to all of you.

  7. I would like to give you my deepest sympathies.
    And the we are thinking of you.
    Know that we are also here for you should you need anything.

    With Love From James, Kathy, Conner & Bridgit Light

  8. To Carrie and the Philips family,
    We express our deepest sympathies to you on the loss of Doug this past week.
    I will miss working with Doug, after 35 plus years together. May God continue to give you strength through these difficult times.

    You’re in our prayers,
    Phil & Brenda Laird

  9. Dear Carrie. Have missed your cheerful presence and want to express deepest sympathy at this your time of great loss. Wes C.

  10. So sorry to hear about Doug’s passing. I never met Doug, but felt like I knew him through the stories that Nathan shared with me over the past few years. I send my deepest sympathy in your time of grief.

  11. So sorry to hear of Doug’s passing. I met Doug in high school & became friends. Doug had a wonderful laugh & sense of humour. He will be missed by many. Cherish your memories.

  12. September would have marked 38 years since I first met Doug. He came to work with us as an 18 year old, brash,funny,energetic young man. Doug was full of life and love for his family and his beloved Carrie. He had immense pride in everything he did and was a positive example to all who knew him. Doug’s passion and pride in his family and his work have left an indelible mark on all of us here at the bakery and everyone who had the good fortune to have known him. We will miss you Doug. I will miss you.

    On behalf of our entire Maple City Bakery Family, I offer our deepest condolences to Carrie, Marjorie, Linda,
    Tyler & Nathan and Greg & Kim.

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