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Stephen Ray Douglas

July 5, 1949November 23, 2021

Stephen R. Douglas of Auburn Hills, passed away on November 23,2021 at the age of 72 after a short battle with cancer at Rochester Ascension Providence Hospital. Steve was a loving, son, husband, father, grandpa, brother and friend. He had a great sense of humor and loved when people laughed with him and even at him Steve loved his bowling leagues and loved sports, he would write the players stats and other information in his sports notebook He was an avid collector of baseball card, vinyl records and comic books.

Steve worked for over 30 years at General Motors and then worked a few parttime jobs. His favorite was at R Grant Graham Elementary where he worked with the children at lunchtime and on the playground. Everyone in the school loved and will miss Mr. Steve.

Steve was born in Pontiac, MI to William Ray Douglas and Mary {Latham} Douglas on July 5, 1949. He is survived by his wife, Lynn, his mother, Mary Starr, his loving son David (Justina} and his much-adored grandson, Dean Douglas His siblings include Margaret Bowen (Ed), Brenda Yager, Kathy Jernigan, Dan (Donna) Douglas and Lora (JimBob) McKimmy. His nieces, Jennifer, Kristi, Ashley, Amy and nephews, Keith, Jorden, Greg, Jacob, Connor, and Aidan. Steve was preceded in death by his father, William Ray, and his stepfather Avon Starr and a nephew, Jeffrey Ray.

Steve was loving person who didn't want a fuss made over him. Per his wishes there will be no service and cremation will take place. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the R Grant Graham PTO

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Karen Sartell

November 29, 2021

My condolences to Steve's family and friends. I am a cousin on his mother's side and I have many fond childhood memories of Steve. He loved baseball and he was always listening to a game on his radio.
My deepest sympathy for your loss,
Karen Sartell

Tina Bommarito

November 27, 2021

So very sorry Lynn and David for the loss of Steve. He was such a great neighbor and I always enjoyed our chats. He always looked out for me and watched my house when I was gone and made sure all was well. He always offered a helping hand. We bonded over sports and we were always talking about whatever game was on in any sport in any season. But I think I surprised him is when I said I was going one day to a WWE Smack Down live event. From that moment on we always talked WWE matches and it was really fun to see how he lit up and we got all into the entertainment of it all and of our favorite wrestlers. He really treasured the autographed photos of some of his favorites that he received. He will be sadly missed.

Jennifer Cuthbertson

November 24, 2021

Mr. Steve you will be missed by all of the students and staff at Graham. You always had a smile on your face when ever anyone from my family saw you. My girls loved how you always support them by buying Girls Scouts cookies, and made them laugh at school.