Douglas Riley Hooper

11 juin 19711 janvier 2021

Douglas Riley Hooper, 49, of Norwood passed away January 1, 2021. Born June 11, 1971 to Barbara (Riley) Hooper and the late Douglas A. Hooper. Douglas is survived by his mother and two sons.


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Douglas Riley Hooper

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Patrick Handlin

janvier 19, 2021

We have been best friends since the 4th grade. I love you. I will never forget you. So many memories and good times that I can not list. I can now only hope that you find peace and that you are finally at rest.

Christopher Hill

janvier 19, 2021

The loss of Doug is more than losing a cousin . It is losing a Brother. We grew up together . Shared the holidays together . He stood by me as my best man , as I did , with Pat for him. I was there when he became a Father as Aidan came home and then Ryan . You then stood to be my Son Logan's God Father . We have grown together . I have seen you be a Friend , Husband , Father and Son. You meant so much to others . You meant the world to me. Dear Heavenly Father, Take our Brother Doug home to you. Grant him the peace only You can provide. Embrace Doug in your loving arms and show him your eternal love. Keep him till the day of the Resurrection , when we all come Home. In Jesus name we pray . Amen !

Aidan H

janvier 18, 2021

Dear Daddy From Your son Aidan I will still love you even though I won’t see you or hear you again, You will always be in my dreams and in my heart I hope you will be at peace soon.

Amy Michienzi

janvier 18, 2021

I worked with Doug for the past 12 years at the Willett School. We spoke every day, whether it was in passing in the hallway, or while he tended to my classroom. He was always kind to me and made me laugh. He would play various music from metal bands & try to see if I could name the artist. Doug, I will truly miss you and the laughs we shared.

Adam McCarthy

janvier 17, 2021

Mrs Hooper sorry for your loss, it’s been 30 plus years since I’ve seen Doug, but we were good friends in High School working together. He was always a funny kid and a good friend. I’m sorry we lost touch over the years and very sorry he passed away so young

Kris Wenstrom

janvier 17, 2021

I’ve waited to post something, because putting it in writing would mean Doug really is gone. I became friends with Doug when I was 19 years old. We stayed close all the way up to his passing. We shared the ups and downs of life and we always stood by each other. I’ll never forget things like watching football together on Sunday afternoons. Going to concerts to see our favorite bands play. Have our kids at each other houses. Doug had the propensity to remember movie lines and do them in character. He made us all laugh so many times, he really missed his calling as a comedian. I’m just glad I had a front row seat. I’m going to miss you, Doug. But I will use these good memories to get me through this hard time. I know you will keep all of us laughing when we think of you. I hope you finally have peace.

Bill Jandrue

janvier 17, 2021

When I heard the sad news of the passing of Douglas, my favorite memories of our friendship at St. Catherines School came rushing back to me. We met in 1977 and he was the first student to reach out to me when I repeated the first grade and I didn’t know anyone yet. He was an only child and his parents always did a great job of planing school friend sleepovers and birthday parties. I was fortunate to be included in those fun activities. I remember taking a different school bus so I could go straight to Doug’s house to sleepover. Laughing together while listening to Huey Lewis and playing Atari was a typical evening before sleeping over. Some of his birthday parties included, McDonald’s, The Honolulu Chinese restaurant and the Fun & Games Arcade. Douglas Hooper was a positive friend to look forward to at the start of each school day and we remained friends throughout our junior high and high school days in homeroom.

David Hutchings

janvier 10, 2021

I am very sad to hear of Doug's passing. I have very fond memories of our close friendship in high school. We had many good times and laughs together in home room, working in the kitchen at the Norwood Nursing Home, bowling at the Sports Center, and going to see our favorite hair metal bands in Mansfield and Worcester. I also remember the Caribbean cruise and trip to Niagara Falls with Doug and his family, and I am thankful for those great experiences and memories. I have thought about Doug many times over the years and will never forget him!

john handlin

janvier 8, 2021

I always liked Doug and he was a good friend of my son Patrick. I remember we all went on vacation together in N.H. The boys were young in teens and we stayed at a motel renting one room for myself and Maryann my wife and the two boys. We went to bed somewhat late as the boys were watching something on T.V. Myself and my wife got into bed first and I think I put my pants over a chair in the room. The boys had there own bed and lights went out. The next day I was first one up as we were going to one of the N.H. attractions. I thought I had retrieved my pants but when I put them on they were real tight especially on the waist. I woke up my wife and told her I must have gained weight over night. At that time Doug was looking for his pants as the room was lit up. Guess what! I had dougs pants on and everyone thought this was real funny and we had a good laugh... Everytime we get together we always bring up that memory.....I am sorry Doug died so young and I hope he had a good relationship with his savior Jesus Christ.. I will include him in my prayers John Handlin