December 13, 1943 – March 15, 2019

Passed away peacefully at St. Peter’s Hospital on Friday, March 15, 2019. Husband of Tonnie and father of Ed Crowder (Mary); Teresa McConnell (Art), Roy Crowder (Brandi) and step-father to Jackie Simpson. Grandfather of Eddie, Emma, Erik, Doug, Jason, Cam, Kayden, Rylend, Brodie and Victoria and great-grandfather of Remington. Doug will be sadly missed by his 4 sisters; Joan Holland, Gayle Hudson, Suzanne Sutherland (John) and Lynda Eastabrook (Harry) and by many nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Doug’s Life will be held at the RCL Branch 36, 280 King Street West, Dundas, on Friday, March 22, 2019 from 2- 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Peter’s Palliative Ward would be appreciated by the family. Special thanks to Dr. Bev, the nurses and staff at St. Peter’s Palliative Ward for their care and compassion for Doug.

13 Messages to Crowder, Roy Douglas “Doug”

  • Joyce

    I am so sorry to read this news Suzanne.
    May the peace that comes from memories shared comfort you now and in the days ahead.
    My sincere condolences to all Doug’s family.
    RIP Doug

  • Kim sardella

    What a shock … we are just learning of Doug’s passing today on March 31st. Sincere condolences to Doug’s family. Doug was our neighbour and good friend for many years up north on McQuaby Lake. May Doug Rest In Peace. Don & Kim Sardella

  • Ashley

    I love you. My wood man thanks for everything you done especially helping me. I hope our onions are still growing. Love you forever

  • Suzanne Sutherland

    My dear brother. Douglas I am deeply missing you. I am happy your last months where filled with love and happiness and a dear wife to be there til the end. I’m glad we had the chance to bond and share many memories much thanks to the staff of St. Peter’s you had wonderful care. And to the friends you made especially Ramzi and Bernadette . You will forever be in our hearts and love. And never forgotten thanks for such great memories. I love you ❤️ love Suzanne and John

  • Jennifer Gouin

    Your watchful eye over the King William Street neighbourhood will be missed and remembered. I am sorry I didn’t get to visit you recently and bring you the Christmas candy I had made for you. Rest in peace my kind and caring friend. xo

  • Kimberly Hornby

    My sincerest condolences to family and friends who grieve his loss. May his journey be filled with light and love and may the warmest memories ease your grief.

  • Bernadette Twal

    My sincere condolences on the passing of Dear Doug. I only got to meet him in St Peter’s while my husband Ramzi was ill. Ramzi and Doug became quick friends and we all shared many laughs and good stories. He will be fondly remember by my family and may he Rest in Peace.

  • Bob Kuus

    My condolences to the family . Doug was a childhood friend, we had some memories to share and rehash after a 60 yr re acquaintance about 8 months ago. Sorry we never got to finish our agenda , but I did see you attain and give happiness in the latter part of your life. Fondly remembered by Bob.

  • Joe Kwakernaak

    RIP my childhood friend.

  • Paul E. Brown

    I knew Doug when he was a volunteer firefighter in Dundas. He was a good person and loyal to his friends. May he rest in peace.

  • Nancy Terris

    My Condolences to the family my he rest in peace.
    Sincerely Nancy Terris (Palmer)

  • Jeff Stone

    It has been a great pleasure to have known this young at heart man. It has been 15 years of smiles laughter and a few cups of timmies on the front porch or sitting at the bedside. Doug I am so sorry to see you go. I know you went way to soon but now at peace. I wish more people in the world were like “The Neighbourhood Sheriff”
    Thoughts and prayers from Jeff And Chris Stone. Love you my friend. To Big Leaf Fans

  • Don Gould

    RIP Doug! You will be missed. Your friend Don Gould

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