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Douglas Shell

Douglas Shell

Monday, April 19th, 1954 Saturday, October 5th, 2019

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Obituary for Douglas Earl Shell

Douglas Earl Shell, 65, of Inwood passed away Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Winchester Medical Center.

Born April 19, 1954 in Front Royal, VA., he was the son of the late Earl Shell and Ruth (Sutherly) Shell.

Douglas served in the US Army and was of Lutheran Faith.

He is survived by his wife, Vicki (Collis) Shell; one daughter, Amy Shell Fream and husband Andrew Fream; two stepsons, Christopher Triggs and wife Terra and Matthew Triggs and wife Kristal; three grandchildren, Brynn Triggs, Grayson Triggs and Jaxson Triggs; two brothers, Joe and Paul Shell; two sisters, Delores Rutz and Tina Miller; and fur babies, Zena, Gunner and Bentley.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Regina Fitzwater.

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Fred and Sandy Williams

My husband Fred and I have known Doug from the old Ace of Club's days. He was always a good man, always cooking up good food for some function or going to the Rattlesnake Feed with the boys. He'll be missed by so many people, proud to say he was a friend of ours. Condolences to his family.
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Doc Hollida

Vicki and Family, sorry for your Loss

Doc HollidA
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Regina Dalton

So sorry to hear of Doug’s passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family.
Regina Dalton (Mike’s Mom from U. C. C. C. I.)
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Nothing in life can prepare us for the death of a loved one. Whether death results from a sudden accident or a sustained illness, it always catches us off-guard. Death is so deeply personal and stunningly final, nothing can emotionally prepare us for its arrival. With every death, there is a loss. And with every loss, there will be grief.
Grief doesn’t come and go in an orderly, confined timeframe. Just when we think the pangs of anguish have stolen their last breath, another wave sweeps in and we are forced to revisit the memories, the pain, the fear. Sometimes we try to resist the demands of grieving. We long to avoid this fierce, yet holy pilgrimage. We fight against the currents, terrified of being overwhelmed, of being discovered, of becoming lost in our brokenness.
Culture tells us to move past this process quickly. Take a few days, weeks perhaps, to grieve, but don’t stay there too long. Grieving can make those around us uncomfortable. Friends sometimes don’t know what to do with our pain. Loved ones struggle to find adequate words to comfort our aching wounds.


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Crystal Creamer

I can not put into words how special this man was to so many. I met him and from the minute we were introduced I knew how special he was! I'm going to miss him so very much my heart hurts so bad. Always in my heart and never forgotten love ya buddy!
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