Douglas V. Beltz

Born: 01/04/1967 Passed:

Douglas V. Beltz

Douglas V. Beltz of Wadsworth died on June 6, 2016. He was dearly loved and is deeply mourned by his children, wife, family and friends

Memorials may be made to the National Alliance on Mental Illness www.namiohio.org

The family will hold a private memorial service at future time. Condolences and special memories may be shared at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society

330-564-1213

8 Tributes to Douglas V. Beltz

  1. Kevin Keener says:

    Doug was always pleasant and very nice to talk to. All of us who knew him through boy scouts will miss him. His passing comes as a shock.

    Me and the other parents from troop 405 send our condolences. We will miss him.

  2. Nancy Carst says:

    I send my deepest sympathy to Douglas’ wife and children. I was fortunate to work with Douglas at the hospital. He volunteered to assist us with our annual remembrance service at the holidays for grieving families for several years. He did such a wonderful job – he arranged for all our refreshments and comforted many grieving family members at the service. Douglas also was an integral member of the Hope Lights the Way program committee and program. I am grateful for all the ways Douglas shared his loving heart with others so they could be comforted. May you find peace in the loving memories you will always hold in your hearts. Please know we are here and can offer you grief resources.

  3. Gary P. LaMunyon says:

    I am deeply saddened by the loss of Douglas. My heart goes out to Danielle, her family, and all his closest friends. No attempt at words can ease the pain I am feeling right now. I knew him and Danielle at a time in college along with many others that was one of the best times of my life. They are lasting memories that have been suddenly brought back as if they were yesterday. The Cedar Point trip, the club hopping, or just hanging out, it was all so much fun. He was one of the most charismatic people I have ever met and I know he touched everyone he came into contact with. He will forever be known to me as “Wilson” a funny name he was called by Grandpa Simpson when we played wiffle ball at my future wives house simply because he wore the sporting name Wilson on his shirt. You will be deeply missed. God bless you, Douglas.

    • Derek V. Beltz says:

      My name is Derek V. Beltz, Doug was my brother and I loved him dearly. As a younger brother I looked up to and worshiped him as a child. It’s only been a short time since his passing and I know that I will have many years to deal with my grief but my loving and deepest sympathies go out to my nieces and nephew Lauren, Zach and Lexi. Doug was a loving, compassionate and sincere human being. May his demons be at rest and may the loving arms of family past embrace his eternal soul.

  4. Rebecca Guisinger, member NAMI Medina County says:

    I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Praying for his wife and children. May the love and support of family and friends comfort you during this very sad time. May God wrap his loving arms around your family. Please know you are not alone, there are many people keeping your family in their thoughts & prayers. May Douglas always be remembered for the kind, caring, and loving person he was, not by the status of his death. Deepest Sympathy,

  5. Ruth Ann Simon says:

    Danielle, Lauren, Zachary, and Alexandra
    You are in my prayers and thoughts. I was privileged to attend a NAMI convention in Columbus with Douglas about a year ago. I got to know him better on that trip. He had a great capacity to learn and to love. He put that knowledge and love into helping others. He spoke so fondly of all of you. I will miss him very much! May you find comfort in the good memories of your lives together and in all the shared memories of others.

  6. Ruth Ann Simon says:

    Danielle, Lauren, Zachary, Alexandra
    You are in my prayers and thoughts. I had the privilege to attend a NAMI convention with Douglas about a year ago. On that trip I got to know him better. He had a great capacity to learn and love. He put that knowledge and love into helping others. He spoke fondly of all of you. I will miss him! May the good memories of your life together and the shared memories of others be a comfort to you.

  7. Love and Hugs, Mary, Sara, and Elyse Hemminger says:

    Danielle, Lauren, Zachary, and Alexandra;
    I found out today about Doug. Our heartfelt condolences to you all. Our hearts are heavy over the loss of Doug. If there is anything we can do, please call or come over. May you hold dearly all the memories you have created together. He was a good man and dad. We will remember him fondly. We will never forget your Halloween Costume Party when we lived next door to you. We had a great time that night! Again our heartfelt condolences to you all.

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