Celebration of life for North Bend's Donald C. Douglass set at family farm

Donald Douglass of North Bend, died Tuesday, Oct. 8.

He was born Sept 6, 1925, in Seattle.

Don was an avid outdoorsman, and in his high school years spent summers in the North Cascades working for the forest service at Devil’s Dome lookout. He served in the Navy in World War II, stationed in the Seattle area and Pacific Ocean. Don, following college, worked as a sales representative initially for Wilson Sporting Goods, then in pharmaceuticals, raising his family on Lake Sammamish in Bellevue. Later, he and his wife Lynn, moved to North Bend and started their Christmas tree farm business.

A celebration of life is 2 p.m., Saturday, October 19, at the family farm. Share memories at


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