3932Fw: Doug Stobbs
- Mar 29, 2005Please note that your reply will now only go to
the original sender
We echo your feelings Marlene. I knew Doug back when the computer sig was
down at the college of arts.
He will be missed by all of us. I do hope that a moment of silence in his
memory will happen at the April Society meeting.
Larry & Doreen McCool
Calgary, AB Canada
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Marlene Knott" <mknott@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 10:55 AM
Subject: Doug Stobbs
> Please note that your reply will now only go to
> the original sender
> Hello Everyone!
> I was saddened to see Doug's obituary in yesterday's Herald - he had
> died March 25th. Many of you knew Doug much better than I did, but when
> I first joined the Society about 10 years ago, he stood out as an
> enthusiastic, helpful member and always had a great sense of humour! At
> that time, he WAS the Chinook, putting in many volunteer hours in it's
> production. As well, he did extensive cemetery recordings, especially
> in the Crowsnest Pass and was always helpful when we had enquiries
> about the area. Doug was an active member in the Computer SIG and the
> Atlantic SIG and as a result, you could always find him helping in some
> way at the Wild Rose seminars and the Computer demonstrations. He was
> quite a guy and i just wanted his life and his death acknowledged on
> dist-gen. We who knew him and our Society as a whole are all richer for
> his personality and his contributions.
> Go in peace, Doug!
> Marlene Knott