Born:June 4, 1928

Passed Away:December 8, 2013

Location:Peoria, Arizona

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Robert McDougall


Thursday, December 12, 2013 9:00 A.M.-10:00 A.M. Best Funeral Services 9380 West Peoria Avenue Peoria, Arizona 85345


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Thursday, December 12, 2013 12:30 P.M.-1:00 P.M. National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona 23029 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, Arizona 85024


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2 Memories to “Robert McDougall”

  1. Barry Hudson on Behalf of the Estelle Hudson Family says:

    Bob McDougall entered our lives with a loving spirit, open heart, and chipper personality. Our beloved aunt, Virginia, found Bob under somber circumstances, and despite all her attempts at resistance, she fell in love with a gem of a man. We witnessed a transformation of happiness and purpose for this special couple. The entire extended family was under the influence of a brilliant, fascinating, and charming fellow. We all “felt” Bob’s love and devotion to Virginia and our family. Bob was like a celebration waiting to happen every day! We count ourselves blessed to have shared Bob these past 21 years. Just think, Bob is likely telling stories and taking pictures in a wonderful and peaceful place where he is the guest of honor for eternally. He certainly earned the best. We send our collective love, appreciation, and condolences to all of his special “flock.” Thank you, and thank God for that Gem of a Man, Bob McDougall:) Heaven has welcomed a Special Angel. With abundant love and appreciation, Scott, Pansy, and Barry

  2. Jim and Cindy Gess says:

    Bob blessed our lives tremendously! His compassion and empathy were evident when he would cry during a movie or television show, or after reading touching newspaper and magazine articles. He loved spending time with family members during holiday and birthday celebrations. His engaging personality touched extended family members from California to North Carolina, as well as in the U.K. He loved watching his great grandchildren in sporting events, viewing specific television programs, reading books, articles, and the “funny papers”, doing crossword puzzles, taking photographs, and playing Mexican Train Dominoes. He was generous to all family members, and to his favorite charities. He loved feeding wild birds and observing them in the birdhouses he provided for them. He loved working in his workshop year round. He loved holding hands with mom wherever they went. How fitting that they were holding hands when he entered into eternal rest! Thank you Bob for allowing us to be a part of your life, and for teaching us that the hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to count our blessings. We know you will hear, “Well done my good and faithful servant.”

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