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Van Dorn Douglas
May 19, 1936 - Feb 16, 2014
Posted by: Ann Weber

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Van Dorn Douglas, 77 left this life, February 16, 2014.

Van was preceded in death by his father and mother, George and Guver Douglas; 5 brothers; 1 sister and his son, Larry Douglas.

Van was born May 19, 1936 in Houston, Texas. He resided in his lifetime in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado and Oklahoma. Van worked at several occupations, most notably as an ironworker and owner/operator of the Diamond Horseshoe Lounge in Fountain, CO. But his passion was breeding, raising and training both quarter and thoroughbred race horses. He was a true Texan and an avid Dallas Cowboys fan.

Van is survived by his wife of 50 years, Carolyn; 1 daughter, Glenda Dockter; 3 sons, Calvin, Vance and Matthew; 2 grandsons, Jake Dockter and Justin Douglas; 5 granddaughters, Crystal & Kortney Douglas, Shannon Dockter, Vanissa and Vera Douglas; 1 great grandson and 1 great granddaughter.

Van loved his family and he cherished Carolyn. He will be greatly missed.

Graveside Funeral Services are scheduled for 11:00 A.M. Friday, February 21, 2014 at the Lexington Cemetery.

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