- 64 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 12, 1950
- Place of birth:
Alliance, Nebraska, United States
- Date of passing: Sep 9, 2014
- Place of passing:
Orlando, Florida, United States
|And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count, it's the life in your years. ~Abraham Lincoln|
This memorial website was created in memory of Douglas Damerst, 64, who was born on February 12, 1950 and passed away on September 9, 2014.
The website is a work in progress. Over the next several months we will be adding more photos and videos so be sure to check back. We invite you to leave a tribute to Doug, share a favorite story, or upload a photo. And feel free to leave any suggestions as well.
Doug will always be missed, but he will live on in our hearts and memories forever.
"Can't believe he's been gone this long, we were cousin's only a year apart, and when we were real young I use to love it when my parents would drive us from where we lived in Massachusetts to where he lived in Massachusetts it was either Leverett or Shutesbury, anyway I remember we would play outside. There was alot of woods around. It was nice. Lots of family, a long time ago, makes me miss everyone that's gone. Makes me cry. I do miss you Doug"
"I was saddened by this news. I worked with Doug for 11 years on the AAA World and Car & Travel magazines as production manager. There were many sides to Doug, but I mostly remember him as a brilliant man, good leader, and motivator. I learned much about publishing from Doug, and have many fond memories of the things we accomplished at AAA."
"Doug was a big Lincoln fan and living in Springfield, I see Lincoln things everywhere. I park a block from Lincoln's house. So, it isn't unusual for me to think about Doug and wish I could take him around town. I always had the greatest times with him and he was always very kind to me. I enjoyed the photos and they really bring back memories! Thank you for creating this web site. Knowing there is a place I can go to remember this great guy is a real comfort."
""Congratulations on completing another trip around the sun," Doug would often say whenever someone celebrated a birthday. He didn't quite make it to his 65th birthday, but I don't doubt for a minute that he somehow completed his trip. Happy Heavenly Birthday, my love."
"I worked with Doug Damerst at AAA 20+ years ago. He was a mentor, a friend and the reason I left AAA to become Publisher for Tow Times magazine. As he told me, better to be a big fish in a little pond than a little fish in a big pond. I have never forgotten his wisdom. Thank you Doug."
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