In memory of
Douglas Harold Hart
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In memory of
Douglas Harold Hart
Doug was born in Lima, Peru where his father worked for the U. S. Embassy. He later lived in Venezuela, Mexico and New Jersey, where he graduated from Woodbridge High. Doug attended UT in Knoxville, TN and moved to Colorado after graduating to start his career in industrial sales. He earned multiple awards for his salesmanship skills and successes. Doug enjoyed skiing, scuba diving, football, tennis, mountain biking, etc. He shared books and partied with his close-knit neighbors while cooking and grilling for all. Doug is survived by his indulgent wife of 26 years, Cindy Reeder. They loved intelligent humor, music and dancing, traveling the world and spending time together doing outdoor activities. He's also survived by brothers Ronald (Charlotte), Lawrence (Marijane), and Craig, several beloved nieces and nephews (among them Lindsey Hart Manolache), and great-nieces and great-nephews. Doug is preceded in death by his parents Hal and Dolores Hart and brother Stirling Hart. In lieu of flowers, please donate in memory of Doug Hart to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at: https://afsp.donordrive.com/campaign/DougHartMemorialFund .
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In memory of
Douglas Harold Hart
Doug was born in Lima, Peru where his father worked for the U. S. Embassy. He later lived in Venezuela, Mexico and New Jersey, where he graduated from Woodbridge High. Doug attended UT in Knoxville, TN and moved to Colorado after graduating to start his career in industrial sales. He earned multiple awards for his salesmanship skills and successes. Doug enjoyed skiing, scuba diving, football, tennis, mountain biking, etc. He shared books and partied with his close-knit neighbors while cooking and grilling for all. Doug is survived by his indulgent wife of 26 years, Cindy Reeder. They loved intelligent humor, music and dancing, traveling the world and spending time together doing outdoor activities. He's also survived by brothers Ronald (Charlotte), Lawrence (Marijane), and Craig, several beloved nieces and nephews (among them Lindsey Hart Manolache), and great-nieces and great-nephews. Doug is preceded in death by his parents Hal and Dolores Hart and brother Stirling Hart. In lieu of flowers, please donate in memory of Doug Hart to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention at: https://afsp.donordrive.com/campaign/DougHartMemorialFund .
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