Dec 29, 1950 - Oct 10, 2018
Donald Fredrick Doub, 67, died Wednesday October 10, 2018.
Donald was born on December 29, 1950 to the late Roumell Flynt and Roger Doub. He graduated from North Forsyth High School and went on to get an Associates degree from Davidson Community College. After working part time at Salem Steel, he became a full-time employee in 1973. Donald retired from Salem Steel this past April. He truly loved life and all the things it had to offer. One of his true passions was Antiques. He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant sister, Patricia Doub.
Surviving are his fiancée Lynn Linville; brother Mark Doub; sister Sandra Doub; nephews Eric Ragan, Adam Doub and Elton Doub.
Per Donald’s wishes, there will be no formal service at this time.
Online condolences may be sent to www.salemfh.com.
So sorry for your loss. He was a great guy and will be missed for many years to come.
I know that words are inadequate at a
time like this, but I wanted you to know how very sorry I am for you loss.
Lynn and Family, I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May God give you strength to move past this and remember all the good times you all shared.
Sorry for your loss...he will be missed.
So sorry for your loss, Lynn. My thoughts and prayers are with you ,
I was sorry to read about the loss of your dear loved one. The bible gives us hope of seeing them again in the promised resurrection according to scriptures such as [John 5:28-29] and [Acts 24:15] where Jesus speaks of the dead as being in a deep sleep. There is further hope found at [Isaiah 25:8] and [Revelations 21:3-5] which says in part that Jehovah God will wipe out every tear from our eyes and there will be nor more mourning nor outcry, by God swallowing up death forever. I hope these scriptures will be of some comfort.
My Sincere Condolences.
God strengthens us by giving us "the power beyond what is normal" to make it through each passing day. Psalm 46:1 says: "God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress." Isaiah 41:13; I "am grasping your right hand, the One (God) saying to you,...'I will help you." Please accept my sincere condolences. Always remember God loves you and he cares for you! (Psalm 36:7; 1 Peter 5:7)