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“To the BEST partner anyone could ever have at the McDougall Christmas parties for all the games we played each year. Rest in Peace Uncle Bob. ”
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“Thoughts and Loving Prayers to you and your family at this time. May they find comfort in knowing that you were best known by us as always having the...Read More ยป
2 of 6 | Posted by: Val and Randy Meisner - Warren, MI

“We're so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this time. ”
3 of 6 | Posted by: Robyn and Jan Wright - Roanoke, VA

“I will never forget Bob as we worked together as benchmates at GM.I was very saddend to hear about his passing.Be strong with Christs Love. ”
4 of 6 | Posted by: John Stemmler - Afton, TN

“So sorry to hear about Bob passing ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Chuck Weiler - Crystal river, FL

“Will forever remember all our great family memories, and will miss you forever! Love, your Sis Julie ”
6 of 6 | Posted by: Julie Booth - Cass City, MI

Robert Alan McDougall, age 70 of Macomb, passed away December 11, 2014. He is survived by his loving wife, Brenda Joyce McDougall; children, Ronald, Jeffrey, Steven (Natalie), and Keith McDougall; grandchildren, Zachary and Lauren; siblings, Doris (Stan) Florka, Julie (Patrick) Booth, Kathy (Paul) Black, Janet (Mike) Lieckfelt, Janice (Steve) Zigich, Gary (Andrea) McDougall, Carol (Ken) Davis, and Margaret (Larry) Willilams; mother-in-law, Peggy Ridge; and several nieces and nephews. Robert is preceded in death by his parents, Russell and Marie McDougall; sister, Joan Lines; and brother, Lary McDougall.
Robert was a great handyman, a big Nascar fan and an experienced hockey coach. He enjoyed woodworking and playing in his bocce ball leagues. His greatest joy came from his family. Robert loved seeing his granddaughter dance. He also enjoyed watching his grandson play hockey and would coach him from the sidelines.
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