Doug had many roles in life - husband, father, brother, uncle, son and most importantly friend to all of who knew him. He was a leader in his community and an expert at his work.
Doug's cooking skills were known far and wide and he was particular about his wines and his meats. His charcutery board could rival the best restaurant in Paris.
He was quick to laugh and could make his mother giggle so hard her cheeks would blush. He could talk to any age and made each person feel like the most important one in the room.
Doug had a passion for music which he passed on to many of us and some of you will remember "The Collection". He often said he would have loved to have been a disc jockey. Music played in his kitchen, his car, his yard, everywhere he went.
So many wonderful qualities. So many fabulous memories. He will be missed forever.
As part of the establishment of Doug's Memorial Fund, my wife, Christie, is donating the proceeds from her watercolor painting sales in support of this fund. She is donating proceeds from private commissions as well. The link to her website is http://www.christiejoneswatercolors.com/douglasjonesmemorialfund.html should you be interested in purchasing a piece of art or scheduling a private commission. She is also planning to offer an online art auction in the Spring of 2021.