It has been a gift to part of your story. The memories I hold of our families growing up together on the culdesac are dear. Doug was an amazing father and devoted family man. He was truly a gift to everyone who knew him. This loss is hard to bear, but the beauty of your family's faith, love, and grace provides peace. I love you all and wish you all the peace of God's love and healing on your hearts. Mandi Hurtt, January 14, 2021 Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Doug was awesome and will always be an inspiration to all of us. Dan Maxwell/Carson Maxwell, January 14, 2021 Doug has always been so sweet and such a wonderful person! I've always thought Doug and Liffey were the perfect couple because they are both such sweet kind hearted people. You will be missed! Love, Jeff, Kristina, Ryland, and River Jeff & Kristina Gaston , January 14, 2021 Doug was always an amazing friend and person. I don't remember any harsh words or anger ever coming from him. He was always the kindest of our long-term 'volleyball singles people' group. This is truly a tragic loss. We will miss him badly at the poker games, but will always remember how lucky we were to have him at the table. We know that Doug is with God now. So Dawn and I are praying for the whole Skender family. Love always, Don and Dawn
Jenn Ballew, January 8, 2021 Doug was a man who will be sorely missed, everyone who new him, loved him. he had a great sense of humor, a real athlete, a cowboy fan and father. may he rest in peace. Jim Schenk JAMES ALAN SCHENK, January 8, 2021 We are very sorry for the loss of Keith’s brother. Our thoughts & prayers will be with you & your family at this time.
Bill & Barbara White, January 8, 2021 Rest In Peace my friend. Your Love of your Family still shines bright. Ken Neill, January 8, 2021 I'm going to miss you my friend Adam Perez, January 8, 2021 My love and prayers for you in this extremely difficult part of life. Marjorie Nichta, January 8, 2021 Rest In Peace my friend. Morgan, Alisha and I send our condolences to you all. ?? Mike Dietz, January 6, 2021