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Douglas Decker


Douglas Jon Decker, age 61 of Morley, passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2021. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dale & Lois Decker. Doug is survived by his children, Jennifer (Jason) George, April (Jeff) Bunker, Elizabeth (Matt) Wardell; stepdaughter, Katie (Truman) Smith; grandchildren, Brittany, Brian, Ben, Cole, Ellie, Cooper, Harper, Kiah, Truman, Jeffrey; sister, Karen (Geoff) Johnson; and special friend, Bertha Graham. Doug graduated from Central High School and continued his education to become a Master Electrician. He enjoyed boating, camping, and RC-car racing. Visitation will be held from 11AM – 1PM on Monday, October 25, 2021, at O’Brien-Eggebeen-Gerst Chapel, 3980 Cascade Road SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. Private family interment at Graceland Memorial Park. Memorial contributions in Doug’s memory may be directed to Ruby’s Rainbow in honor of his granddaughter, Ellie Bunker,

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9 Responses

  1. You will be missed my good friend. Now you are in a better place. Prayers are with you

  2. My deepest condolences for the loss of a great Man and Individual. He will surly be missed. Prayers going out to the Family for comfort and healing

  3. Our hearts go out to the family in this difficult time. May your memories bring you comfort. Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

  4. We will miss him greatly, spent a lot of summers together.
    Ricky & Bonnie Drouin

  5. My deepest sympathies goes out to the family first in for most. Going to miss your Doug , all the years on the river, playing with the RC cars and remembering going to the big house with you to watch Tom Brady play when he was in college playing for Michigan,that’s been quite some time as friends. My family and I will miss you but you will always be in our hearts especially on the river. Chris, Pam,,Bryce,Brody. (We all loved ya brother)

  6. Doug was my favorite neighbor but he was also a friend. He had his struggles but he was strong in so many ways. I learned a lot from him. I enjoyed his stories and he was fun to be around. My husband and I will miss him a great deal.

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