Douglas C. Cormack, Sr.

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Douglas Charles Cormack, Sr. (71) passed Wednesday, March 17th, 2021, surrounded by family.

Son of the late Wallace and Flora Cormack; brother of Laurie, Brian & his late sister, Barb;  Alumni of West Geauga High School, Cleveland State University & John Marshall College of Law and US Navy Veteran.

He was a loving husband of almost 47 years to Star, an amazing father of Heather, Bevin, Doug (Lisa), Caitlin (Jacob) and Brenna (Paul). He was a beloved grandfather of 14 -actively involved in their hobbies & interests.

Volunteer, mentor, coach and animated storyteller, Doug enjoyed history, reading, animals, the outdoors and his Tennessee Walker, Shilo.

A private family celebration will be held.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to COTA (Childrens Organ Transplant Association), in honor of Jaina & Chesley Cormack.  (https://cota.org/campaigns/cotaforteamcormack).

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6 Tributes to Douglas C. Cormack, Sr.

  1. Rebecca Miklos-Genao says:

    The Miklos/Genao family offers our sincere condolences. Mr. Cormack is a one of a kind man and will truly be missed. We are thankful for the great memories and stories he shared.

  2. Laurie N Soc says:

    Dear Star and the Cormack Family,
    I never had the honor to meet Doug. However: from the loving tales and stories, I understood what a significant character Doug demonstrated as a man, husband, and father. Treasure the memories and each other as you each have part of Doug within you.
    My condolences to you all. With love, Laurie Soc

  3. Harold says:

    My condolences to the Cormack family

  4. Angelique says:

    Thank you for always watching for my girl. Fair will never be the same. Heaven truly gained an angel. I miss our talks. Till I see you again…..

  5. Kris Fleck says:

    So sorry to hear about your collective loss of husband, father, and friend. I have many fond memories of your kids and ours especially at soccer games and swim meets. ” Grief is the price we pay for loving. The more the love, the greater the grief. Pity the poor sould who never knows grief.” Thinking of you all and lifting you up in prayer. Kris and Wayne Fleck

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