Condolences for Douglas Andrew Dameron

Steve Wallace posted on 4/7/21

I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Doug's sudden passing. He took such good care of me first at Morgan Stanley, then at Capitol Securities. Such a wonderful person and friend, always very supportive of my charity work. I will miss him. My deepest condolences to his wife and family. i will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Nancy Blackwelder posted on 4/5/21

To the Dameron Family, I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the fact that he passed doing one of the pleasures he loved the most. My Father was an avid fisherman too and I have this prayer hanging on my wall in honor of him. I’m sure Doug would approve. “Fisherman’s Prayer” God grant that I may live to fish until my dying day. And when it comes to my last cast I then most humbly pray When in the Lords safe casting net I’m peacefully asleep. That in his mercy I be judged as big enough to keep. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Ashley Snead posted on 4/4/21

I met your husband the day he passed away. I pulled up to the point and talked with him for about 20 minutes about what he was using and what was biting. I am a novice at surf fishing and he took the time to give me tips and knowledge. Even though I had only talked to him for a total of 30 minutes, I felt I had known him for longer. I am so so sorry for you and your families loss but I felt you needed to know how he treated me that day. He treated me like I would treat someone that was willing to learn. By the way, whatever he was hooked into was a lot bigger than 30lbs. His smile was bigger than life and he was having a blast. May you find peace in his passing.

 

Meredith, Bud, and Gabe posted on 4/3/21

Christy, we are so sorry we are not able to be with you today to honor the life of Doug. What a wonderful, happy, AMAZING soul. We only got to know him for a short time, but over the last few months he touched our hearts, and will always remain an awesome friend and caring neighbor in our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids today and always. We will be home soon and will try to be there for you and the kids the way Doug was there for us... although we know we have big shoes to fill! All of our love, Meredith, Bud and Gabe

 

 

Merdith Wawner posted on 4/3/21

Doug you will forever be in our hearts. Words cannot express how deeply saddened we are by your passing. We will see you on the other side dear friend! I hope there are even BIGGER fish to catch in Heaven!

 

Bud Wawner posted on 4/3/21

I didn't know you long, but I will never forget you. You welcomed us into the neighborhood with the most delicious BBQ I have ever had. I wish we could have had more time but will always cherish the times that we did get to spend together. My thoughts and prayers are with your amazing family. We will be there for them. Fair winds and following seas brother!

 

Ken Ubertini & Jimmy Thompson posted on 4/3/21

We are so sorry for your loss. Doug was an amazing friend, husband and father. He was loved by many and words cannot express our shock and heartache. We are thankful that we had the opportunity to know him and revel is his good humor and friendship.

 

Lee Bunch posted on 4/3/21

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Doug and I shared the same passions. Unbelievable loss - We will all miss him tremendously.

 

Ann Johnson posted on 4/3/21

Dear Christy While we did not know each other well, i see a good and kind heart when it crosses my path. I am thinking of you in this sad time and am so sorry for your loss. Life can be so fragile and can be so unfair at times. I know you have many around you offering support and love I hope it brings some comfort.

 

Patricia Corns Comire posted on 4/3/21

I graduated high school with Doug. I can just picture his sweet smile. He had such a caring spirit about him. I pray for comfort for you all as you mourn the loss of such a wonderful man. May God give you peace that flows like a river.

 

Patti Knauf posted on 4/2/21

Doug was a great guy, and I’m so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to his children, especially the boys that have come through the band at Noble. He will be missed terribly.

 

Bill and Janet Muench (next door neighbors) posted on 4/2/21

Doug was always very gracious and friendly to neighbors who would drop by for a short visit or who might just happen to walk by while he was outside. He was a big asset to our neighborhood of Shellbank. Doug was always the first to repair our dock after a storm and maintained our emergency/maintenance funds account. His and Christy's yard put mine to shame. Doug had a loud laugh which Janet and I heard often, usually on the week-ends. He obviously was a very happy man; he appeared to live life fully. When I remember Doug I will mostly remember the mouth-watering smell of grilling meats coming from Christy and Doug's yard. Doug spent a lot of good quality time with his family and I know he will be missed tremendously. I pray that God will watch over Doug's family in these difficult times.

 

Trey Lackey posted on 4/2/21

I spent a decent chunk of my childhood with Doug, wandering the woods of our neighborhood and fishing for bluegill at Lake Lanier. He had a boundless sense of curiosity about the world and a yearning for discovery. I'm so glad to learn he was able to instill a love of the outdoors in his kids. Such an intelligent, funny, compassionate, and often goofy guy. My sincere condolences to the family, whom Doug clearly adored.

 

Ed Walsh and family posted on 4/2/21

May your family find comfort and solace during this trying time and may you cherish the memories you had with such an amazing man.

 

Bill Shultz posted on 4/2/21

I went to high school with Doug, played in band together and hung out back in the day. Great guy! Always positive with an infectious personality that would draw people to him - just to hear something good. I hope all of his family stays strong and celebrates the good times shared, it’s what he wanted for sure.

 

 

Ann Beaty Damron posted on 4/1/21

Christy, I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. I can't imagine the pain you must feel. I will pray for you in these difficult days and months ahead.

 

Deborah L Batson posted on 4/1/21

Doug was always smiling. He seemed bigger than life, to me. You couldn't meet a kinder man. Christy, Mackensie, Avery, and Alistair I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to each one of you. I have always enjoyed each and every encounter with all of you. Take care of each other.

 

Chris Dean posted on 4/1/21

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I have many fond memories of working with Doug at Morgan Stanley.

 

Chuck & Bonnie Gwaltney, Nashville, TN posted on 4/1/21

Dearest Christy, Mackenzie, Avery, Alistair & Extended Family, There are few words that will ease the pain you're dealing with. We have all been paralyzed by this sad news. Our connection with Doug goes back to his Dean Witter days in Roanoke, VA, when he was just a kid! There aren't enough adjectives to describe this man, but the first few that come to mind are integrity, character, respectful, honest, selfless, loving, caring and the list goes on. Doug was not only our financial advisor, he quickly became like a brother. So many of our business communications would include discussions about family, health, sports, politics, etc. His laughter and always positive attitude were infectious. It only took a brief conversation to know the immense love and dedication he had for Christy and his children. We felt like we knew Christy well before we had the opportunity to meet her during a Wilmington trip not long after she and Doug were married. We will be praying that each of you will feel and experience the peace and understanding that only God can provide and that He will heal your pain in the midst of such a tragic loss. It goes without saying how much we are going to miss him, but look forward to seeing him again in his eternal home.

 

 

Shirley Banks Terrell posted on 4/1/21

My sincere condolences to the Dameron Family. Janet and I are good friends, as well as Pam. May God give you all peace and comfort during this time of sorrow.

 

ed vogelsong posted on 4/1/21

Doug had a sense of humor bigger than the man himself. Humor can make a serious difference. In the workplace, at home, in all areas of life – looking for a reason to laugh is necessary. A sense of humor helps us to get through the dull times, cope with the difficult times, enjoy the good times and manage the scary times. Thanks Doug!

 

John Pearson posted on 4/1/21

I am so sorry for your loss. Doug was a good friend through childhood and college. I sure wise I had taken him up on his offer to fish with him down on the coast.

 

Eva Moore posted on 4/1/21

Christy, so sad to hear of your loss. Many prayers for you and the family

 

Katie Stormer posted on 4/1/21

I am so very sorry to the entire family for this tremendous loss. Doug was one of the best people I knew. Praying for peace and healing.

 

 

Charlsey Cooper Long posted on 4/1/21

Christy, my heart aches for you. Wish all your Scott County friends could be there with you. Love and prayers going up.

 

Stephanie Stevens posted on 4/1/21

So sorry for your loss! You all are in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Teresa Taffer posted on 4/1/21

Christy, so heartbroken for you and the kids, I know how happy your life was with Doug, I will keep you and your family in my prayers, all those special memories always close to your heart, until you meet again! Love your sweet heart ❤️

 

 

Mercedes Carr posted on 4/1/21

To his precious children, I am so sorry. Your dad was fun, never a dull moment, and a part of my childhood as well. I will never forget your dance moves! Mackenzie, Avery, and Boo, I am always here if you ever need anything!

 

Becky West posted on 4/1/21

Christy, I’m so sorry that Doug passed!. Thoughts & prayers for you & his family as you go thru this. Love you!

 

Sarah Jane posted on 4/1/21

I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. Words escape me. Please know that you are all in my prayers.

 

Laura Weber posted on 4/1/21

Christy So sorry for your loss. God blessed you with a precious husband and I know you are so thankful for the time you had together. One day you will be reunited in eternity. Until then, love and prayers to see you through.

 

Jai Kline posted on 4/1/21

Christy and family I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Big hugs my dear.

 

Alice Robertson Pitts posted on 4/1/21

Our love and prayers are with y’all ❤️

 

John Dameron posted on 4/1/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be missed by all of us.

 

 

Nancy Massey Cadle posted on 4/1/21

So sorry for your loss Christy. My prayers and thoughts are with you and the family.

 

Jim and Laura Terry posted on 4/1/21

So deeply sorry for the loss of your loved one. Will be keeping the family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Ann Jenkins posted on 4/1/21

Christy and Kids, I am praying for you and all of the family. I can’t imagine your heartbreak. I know God loves you and will help you through this time. Christy, I didn’t really know Doug but I know he was special because I know you. You truly are such a wonderful person. I always admired your teaching abilities and was touched at how you became an amazing mother so quickly. I hope you feel God’s big arms around you as you walk forward. I know you will always carry sweet memories in your heart and will build many new memories with the children too. Love, Ann Jenkins

 

Bob Carr posted on 4/1/21

Rest In Peace my Friend! Soggy Dollar days and Pamlico will be memories of a life time! Tight lines and Fair Seas in Heaven

 

Becky Gasque posted on 4/1/21

Christy - I’m so sorry, my friend - and I’m praying for you & your family Much love, Becky Newport Gasque

 

Bryan Greene posted on 4/1/21

Christy, we are so sorry for your loss. It was always so nice to run into Doug, so welcoming, personable and genuine. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your families.

 

 

Debbie Devoe posted on 4/1/21

That smile....That zest....That laugh. You will be missed by so many. I’m heartbroken

 

 

Mary Armstrong posted on 4/1/21

So sorry for your loss. Praying for all the family. Praying for God to give you all peace and comfort in the days ahead.

 

John and Jill Wessely posted on 4/1/21

Our sincere condolences go to Christy, the kids and Doug’s entire family. I will forever miss our lunches where we always shared a good laugh.

 

Lea Osborne posted on 4/1/21

Christy... Love my Heart aches for you and the children. We at Slice will do anything to help you through this. Love You Lea xoxo

 

Melissa (Bunin) Rooney posted on 3/31/21

I went to high school with Doug. He was in most of my classes, and we were in the band and marching band together. He always had a smile on his face, and I seriously never heard him say or saw him do a mean thing. My heart goes out to his family and friends. He was a one-of-kind good soul. So glad he was (and is still) in my world.

 

Michelle and Mike Phillips posted on 3/31/21

Christy, I can't imagine your grief and sorrow. But I know you believe in our God who is a powerful and loving God. We will be Praying for comfort and Peace for you and your family. We grieve with you. Much love. Michelle

 

Jo Newport Latimer posted on 3/31/21

Condolencea

 

Jo Newport Latimer posted on 3/31/21

Christy, children, Dad, and siblings- I know you are heart broken t the sudden loss of this most important person in your lives! You are in my prayers and thoughts as you grieve your loss.

 

Don and Robin Matthis posted on 3/31/21

Our prayers for your family!