Pegg, Paxson & Springer Funeral Chapel

4675 SW Watson Avenue, Beaverton, OR


Douglas Thomas Dryburgh Jr.

August 14, 1969May 2, 2020

Douglas T Dryburgh Jr. passed away May 2, 2020 at home, surrounded by his family. Douglas was 50 years old. He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania on August 14, 1969. He graduated from Regis University in Denver, CO. He earned his MBA in International Business from Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Douglas was employed by Infosys Consultants as the lead SAP consultant at Nike Inc. He is survived by his wife Rebecca and their 3 children, Nikko (14), Abigail (9), and Grant Andrew (3); parents Doug & Jeanette Dryburgh, brother Alec and his wife Jennifer and their children Alison and Emily, and his in laws, Robert & Martha McKinley. Douglas was an amazing son, brother, father, friend and husband. His brilliant smile and infectious personality brought joy and comfort to everyone he met. He was a blessing to us all and enriched our lives. His faith in God was indomitable. We will miss him terribly, but his memory will live on in our hearts. Donations in his memory can be made to gofundme Douglas Dryburgh Cancer Fund, American Cancer Society on behalf of Douglas Dryburgh Jr.


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Kathrine Jacke

May 24, 2020

My beautiful cousin visited my family often when we lived in Denver...the kids adored him and his playful nature. When my own son passed away at 19 he flew to be with us in Arizona...guitar in hand he played at the service and warmed our hearts. We were spiritual companions and have spent time sharing our love of God. He's my first cousin, my friend, at times advisor and counselor and someone who has a piece of my heart. My consolation in this painful heart wrenching time of loss is knowing he's with Josh and that we will all be together again one day. I love and miss you Douglas ....always. Cousin Kathrine

Jose Sánchez

May 13, 2020

He was a blonde blue eyed teenager who appeared at my home in Spain when he was just 17. We gave him our best, trying to make him feel at home. My life was enhanced with his working out routines, surfing stories and laughing. I had the chance to visit USA then, and dream with coming back again and again. We lost contact, but somehow all my life I tried to reconnect him in a way.
Me and my parents always remember Douglas.
His death astonished me and I wish all the best for his family, parents, wife, children and friends.
You have always had a place here and will always be.
Rest in peace, my US friend

Jason Hoffman

May 8, 2020

Doug, we were born 1 month apart and grew up a few streets away. You were my first friend and I remember the sadness I felt when your family moved out of Allentown. I'm sorry that it took your illness for us to reconnect, but the last 2 years we've communicated back and forth as I prayed you'd beat this awful disease were like going back to those halcyon days of our youth.

I pray now that you are at peace and that your family will be comforted by the memories of a great man, a great dad and husband and son and brother. May your memory always be a blessing to all who knew you. Rest easy my friend.


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