Douglas ‘Doug’ Allen Waller

Born: 12/29/1952 Passed:

Douglas ‘Doug’ Allen Waller, age 66, passed away peacefully at home, surrounded by his family on Saturday, November 2, 2019. He was born on December 29, 1952, in Ravenna, Ohio to the late George and Lona ‘Jean’ Waller. He graduated from Ravenna High School in 1971. He was a man of few words but a good listener, who always put others first. He is remembered as a kind-hearted, gentle and generous soul. Doug enjoyed nature, fishing, sports, cooking, boating, riding his motorcycle and spending time with family and friends.

Doug is survived by his long-term loving companion, Cindy Blendenbacher. He was a loving, generous and patient father to his five daughters. Joanne (Jason) Lattur, Alescia (Jason) Rhodes, Melissa (Brian) Eddy, Amanda (Justin Mcpeak) and Mindy (Zane Robey). We are forever grateful for his gentle approach in teaching lessons, his patience and time spent with him.

He was the biggest fan of his 13 grandchildren. He loved attending their sporting events, listening to their stories and watching them grow. Alexander and Zachary Lattur; Jace and Taegan Rhodes; Kyleigh, Lexi, and Brilyn Eddy; Carter and Grant Haddox; Rowyn Mcpeak; Zander, Abigail, Logan, and Gwen Robey will always cherish the memories made with their Grandpa.

He is also survived by his sister in law, Chris Waller and her children, Angie, Craig (Rachael) and Aaron Waller. He had a close network of friends who were considered family as well.

Your life was a blessing. Your memory a treasure. You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. We love you, Dad!

In honor of Doug, please join us for A Celebration of Life on Friday, November 8th, 2019 at Dogwood Shelter in Wingfoot Park. Friends and family are invited anytime between 2:00-6:00 pm. The address is 841 Wingfoot Park Rd. Mogadore, Ohio 44260.


7 Tributes to Douglas ‘Doug’ Allen Waller

  1. Aunt Chris says:

    Beautiful captured your Dad’s essence perfectly…a beautiful soul on this earth! Uncle Dave would be happy you honored his only brother so well…he surely loved you girls! I was so blessed when he came forward at the play you were in to ask Jesus in his heart! He and Dave are having a wonderful time now…we will have all eternity together…the blessed hope in this life..All my love God bless you all!

  2. michael keegan says:

    Thoughts & prayers for you girls & your family’s

  3. Vickie Wyatt says:

    Amanda and family, so very sorry for your loss.
    Victoria and I are thinking of you at this sad time. God bless and keep you, Vickie at Hobby Horse Hill Farm

  4. Ryan Schindler says:

    Miss you Doug, loved living next door to you and will always cherish the memories we had together.

  5. Cheryl Summers Creech says:

    I knew Doug in High School. He was indeed a quiet man even then. He had few words to say but when he did, people listened. Rest in peace dear friend. May the loved ones you have left behind be forever changed by your loving kindness! Cheryl Summers Creech

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