OBITUARY

Lloyd "Doug" Douglas Blaine

August 8, 1947April 16, 2021
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Lloyd Douglas Blaine joined our Lord on 4/16/21. He was born in Norman, Oklahoma 8/8/47 to Lloyd G. Blaine and Johnnie Lee Tarver Blaine. Doug was 2 years old when his mother passed away and two years later Faye Blaine became his devoted mother. Growing up in Midwest City, OK, he attended Traub Elementary, Jarman Jr High, graduated in 1965 from MWC High School and was a proud Bomber for life. He was especially proud that his daughters and several grandchildren were Bombers, Lions or Titans. He graduated from Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City University, the University of Central Oklahoma and also studied at the University of Oklahoma, as well as the University of Virginia. Doug was a career public servant, retiring from the Midwest City Police Department to serve as Chief of Police in El Reno, OK. He also served with the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training, Oklahoma State Fire Marshal, Oklahoma Sheriffs’ Association, and Cleveland County Sheriff. Doug was honored to have attended the FBI National Academy and was a Past President of the Oklahoma Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association. He also served as an Adjunct Instructor for OCCC, Redlands Community, OSU-OKC, and SE Okla State University. Additionally, he served as an instructor for the TSA Airport Homeland Security and worked at the Oklahoma Flower Mart. Doug was a proud Eagle Scout and Order of the Arrow, Brotherhood member. He was a 50 year member of Nicoma Park AF & AM, and Guthrie Scottish Rite, as well as a member of India Shrine. Doug also assisted Donna with her culinary herb plants at several Farmers Markets in the area.

He is survived by his loving wife Donna; his daughters: Paula Farley (Jeff); Sherry Jenkins (Billy); Shawnda Cox; and, Mendi Blasingame (Chuck); his brothers Casey Blaine (Valerie), and Chester Blaine (Raynette). He had 12 grandchildren- Richard Immel (Amanda), Victoria Vaughn (Blake), Jeremy Immel, Gabriellea Clark, Madison Bell, Bryce Blasingame, Zane Clark, Reece Blasingame, Amber Jenkins, Melanie Immel, Bella Jenkins and, Clarissa Farley; 7 great grandchildren- Kaydence, Chay, Briar, Carlie, Brody, Mia, and Chanel. Plus, his numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

In Lieu of flowers, Doug suggests a donation to the Guthrie Scottish Rite Language program or India Shrine Hospital Transportation Fund.

Graveside services will be held at Sunny Lane Cemetery in Del City on Wednesday at 2:00 pm, with arrangements by Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home. In his honor, the Family will dress in either flannel shirts, overalls, or OSU clothing. They invite you to join them in their attire, if you so choose. They also would like to invite you to attend a reception following the graveside services until 5:30 to share memories of Doug with them and with each other at the Free Methodist Church 6500 E Reno Ave, Midwest City.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, April 21, 2021

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Jerry Koester

April 20, 2021

I am so saddened to hear about the death of Doug. Doug was a good friend from meeting him when he was an Oklahoma County Deputy, fellow past president of the Oklahoma Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association, and just a being good long time friends.

My heart goes out to Doug’s family. Trust in God who will give you comfort and strength during this time of sorrow. As a Mason, I know Doug was a strong believer in the Lord, and would want his family to turn to God for support. Doug was a great man, a long time friend of many, and an exceptional peace officer. I will really miss seeing and missing him at our annual Oklahoma Sheriff and Peace Officer conferences. My prayers go out to his family and many friends.

Jerry Koester, Edmond, OK

Darlene Neil

April 18, 2021

Doug was a good man and he will be missed. I love you my Donna and you are in my prayers.

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