WHYNOT – Reid Douglas, 48, of Liverpool, passed away suddenly at home on April 23rd, 2012.
Born in Liverpool, he was a son of the late Reid and Pamela (Ganter)(Hartlen) Whynot.
Doug was a former employee with the local KFC for 27 years. He was a very private person who enjoyed music and electronics.
He is survived by his brother Trevor of Liverpool and his aunts Barbara (Lloyd) Naugler of Mersey point and Sybil (Reg) Coops of Milton. His uncle Walter (Charlene) Ganter of Upper Kent, NB. and his nephews Connor and Matthew Campbell of Liverpool.
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool. A graveside memorial service will be held Saturday, April 28th, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. in Liverpool United Baptist Cemetery, Church Street, Liverpool. Reverend Steven Hopper officiating. No flowers by request, donations may be made to the family. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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Sally & Stephen Belding
Dear Trevor we are so sorry to hear you lost your big brother Dougie..Stephen and I will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.Dougie is with your Mom,and your Nanny…so he will be o.k.To the rest of the family we are so sorry for your loss…hold your memories close….those are what keep our loved ones close…God bless Stephen & Sally Lake Belding
Bruce and Melanie Inglis
Trevor, we are so very sorry to hear about Douggie’s passing. He was a great guy and we know how much you will miss him. All those years it was nice to joke with him at KFC. We will be thinking of you in the days to come.
Melanie and Bruce
Noweta and Ron
To the family …such a shock when I heard this sad news…sending our deepest sympathy….hold onto the memories…..always loved joking around with Dougie when he came into MacPherson’s when I worked there , so sorry for your loss.
So sorry for the loss of your brother.I can feel the pain as I.too have lost a brother.Keeping you in my thoughts.
I had the pleasure of working with Doug, many moons ago at KFC, he was truly a wonderful person. My deepest sympathy to his family, may you find comfort and strength in each other in the days to come.
I am so sorry to hear of Doug’s sudden passing. I got to know Doug when I worked at the Library…he would come in at 3 times a week to research electronics….he was so knowledgeable on all of that stuff! and he would print off hundreds of pages! I always looked forward to chatting with him when he came in. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
So sorry to hear of Doug’s sudden passing. I remember him from the library and the reams of paper he would print on his favorite subject – electronics. He was a nice guy and super cook at KFC. I will miss seeing him walking around town.
Cathy de Rome
Sincere condolences on the sudden loss of your brother, Doug. It was quite a shock to hear this. George and Doug used to have lots of chats at the library about computers and electronics.
Cathy de Rome
Danny, Donald and Derrick
Our Brother at Heart Dougie (Reid),
Words cannot express what we are feeling right now.Still trying to come to grips with this unexpected loss that has now become a reality.
We will always remember the goods times growing up and then into early adulthood driving around in the 71 Cutless Olds and later the 87 Honda Prelude cranking the tunes, driving crazy and of course- partying.We could always rely on you to get us a discount on food in the early hours of the morning after being out all night. This was the wild side of you that not many people knew. The private side of you was that we were never sure of a smile or a sarcastic remark when you walked into the room. However, we do remember you being the “meanest air guitar player” in the world- that status will never change.
Life is short and passes by very quickly- if time could be turned back it would of been nice to have one last face to face farewell.It seems that as time passes and we get older, that we get caught up in either our families or careers and the closeness of friendships slips away, and before you know it….
You will be greatly missed and always remembered. A quote from one of our favorite rock bands- “Rock & Roll All Night & Party Everyday”! We are positive you will carry this on in the afterlife.
Until We Meet Again…… Your Brothers In Arms,
Danny Mansfield (Francis)
Donnie Jollimore (Jens)
Derrick Ozon (Gus)
We love you Trevor!
Allan & Beth LaRocque
Trevor, we are very sorry to hear of our brother’s passing. We will be thinking of you.
Donald and Donna Huphman
To Trevor and the rest of the family …Was such a shock when we heard this sad news about Dougie …sending our deepest sympathy….Cherish the memories you have with Dougie .Thinking of you all . R.I.P. cousin Dougie ,
Shirley & Paul Shot
Dear Trevor and family: Life sometimes just doesn’t seem fair. Loosing your brother is one of those times. Have comfort in knowing he is safe and happy with Mom and Nan. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God Bless!
Trevor, So sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. My thoughts & prayers are with you & the family at this time of sorrow. Treasurer the memories.
God Bless all.
SORRY TO HEAR THE SUDDEN PASSING OF DOUG MY SADDNESS IS WITH THEFAMILY I KNEW DOUG FROM K F C
judy and sonny quinn
He was a really nice guy he will be missed trevor we are thinking about you and the family my thaughts go out to you an family.
I was so shocked to hear of Dougie’s passing . Keep comfort in the thought that he is with your mom and gramma . He was a quiet man but a generous and sweet person that will be so missed by all that knew him
What a great guy. I had the pleasue of working with Dougie. He was sure one of a kind. He hated when i would decorate the store for the holidays (or so he wanted us to think). but after a bit of nagging there he would be comming behind me with the ladder ready to hang snowflakes. Its hard to believe that someone that you spent almost everyday with for years is no longer here. He always had a hug for me and even a smile. He knew everything there was to know about music and when i would here a song and didn’t know the name or who sang it, there he was acting all smart while i croaked out the words for him. I often asked his advice about computers, because as he said i was computer stupid, ( he was right) and after he stopped laughing about my use of technical terms he had an answer. I will miss that grin that makes you wonder just what he was up to. I will miss you my friend . I was blessed to have had you in my life. I will remember you for always.
I knew you for a long time and even had the privelage to work with you for 5 years at KFC. There are alot of memories like the one with the 71 Cutlass and going to Newfoundland just about record time as a plane. Also there was one time the bumper on that car was bend down and you came to our grandfathers house and drove the bumper against the big tree on the front lawn and floored the car and drove the bumper back in place. Only you with a background of auto repair could come up with that one….but it worked.
Well Dougie, knowing you and your family since I was about 12, it was hard saying farewell to Annie & Pam and now it is even harder to say farewell to you and is way too soon.
You keep strong and with the support of your family and friends, you will be able to do it. My deepest sympathy to you Trev.
And to the rest of Dougie’s family:
Please accept my deepest sympathy. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May you all Trust in God to guide you through!
Bonnie, Chris Joudrey & family, and Kenneth Dagley
To all the family, It was such a shock to hear of Dougie’s death. Dougie was an awesome friend to Chris and I. He was very special to be part of my 1st wedding. He was an awesome guy!! I enjoyed working with him at KFC. Dougie will be missed by all his family and friends. Rest in Peace Dougie! Thinking of you Trevor and all the family. We send our deepest sympathy to you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Bonnie, Chris Joudrey & family and Kenneth Dagley
Susan and Butch MacLeod
Dear Trevor: I am so sorry to hear about you losing your brother, Doug. You have endured sadness and loss recently, but you are strong. Remember with the help of your many friends and your faith in God, you will get through these tough times.
Tammy (Belding) LeBlanc
My sincere condolences to Trevor and family, what a terrible loss. Thanks for the memories Doug, our neibourhood big brother.
Donna an Kirk Whynot
Trevor and family, You are in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time. I was so shocked to hear of Doug’s passing . I hope that all your memories can help you get though this very sad time.RIP Dougie
Sharon & Philip Thorbourne
To the family of Doug, we are so sorry for your loss, our prayers & thoughts are with you today as you lay him to rest, he is now with his mom & grandparents. RIP
sorry to hear about the sudden passing of Doug..My thoughts and prayers are with u at this difficult time..Doug was a really nice guy R.I.P.Doug u will be missed…
I am so sorry to hear about your brother Doug. Hold dear all of your fond memories and know that many are thinking of you during this sad time. Take care of yourself. Vicki Conrad, MLA, Queens
Brent Rafuse & Janette Wamboldt
So sorry to hear about your loss.He was a great guy.He is an Angel in Heaven now,watching over his loved ones left behind.
Carla, Tony Zwicker
Trevor…so sorry to hear the sad news of your brother Doug’s passing. Life is so unpredictable and sad some times. If you ever need a shoulder to cry on, come see us, we love ya, carla and tony