Douglas Edward Blanchard, 75, of Lilburn, Georgia passed away on Tuesday, August 20, 2019. He was born on January 19, 1944 in Fall River Massachusetts to the late Kenneth W. Blanchard and Edna W. Raybun. A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 4 PM from the Chapel of Holiday Marina 6900 Holiday Rd. Buford, GA 30518 Survivors include his sons: Kenneth Blanchard (Tara), and Gregory Blanchard and grandchildren Leon Douglas Blanchard and Jennifer Nicole Blanchard. Arrangements are entrusted to Wages & Sons Funeral Home in Stone Mountain Georgia. Online condolences may be offered at www.

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  1. Kenneth and family, you don’t know me but his mother Edna was my great aunt. Sorry I lost track of Doug and immediate family after he left Charleston, sc. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I’m sending a picture to Loretta that you might enjoy seeing
    Take care your cousin.

  2. We love you Uncle Doug and will always cherish the previous memories. May God rest your soul and peace be with you now. I’m sure it was a joyous reunion with Aunt Louise! ❣

  3. We have had a lot of really good times sitting on the front of your boat making memories. Those times will never be forgotten. You will be missed by many. I love you Douggie!

  4. My fondest childhood memories are of you and Aunt Louise, Greg and Kenny coming over for the Holiday’s. I love you Uncle Doug and will see you later.

  5. Doug was a good friend and my coworker for about 25 years. We had a lot of fun, adventures, and misadventures over all those years at Kawasaki Loaders. I’m really sorry to see him pass. I visited him just a month ago and he still remembered so many of those stories – some only he and I experienced.

    Goodbye my old friend!

  6. I also worked with. Doug for 20+ years and grew to know him as a friend. There was never a sought about his love for his family and most especially his wife Louise. Doug lived to love her. What a awesome man.

  7. I worked with Doug at Kawasaki also. He was my immediate boss and was always fair and looked out for us. He will be missed.

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