Clifford Ray Doggett, Jr.
January 26, 1953 – June 26, 2018
DOGGETT, Clifford Ray, Jr., 65, of Henrico, Virginia, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, at Memorial Regional Hospital. He was preceded in death by Mr. C. R. Doggett Sr.; and sister, Jerri Morgan Doggett. He is survived by his loving wife of 31 wonderful years. He is also survived by Mrs. C. R. Doggett of Gloucester Point, Va.; sister, Sherri Torode (Chuck); and his children and grandchildren. Clifford liked to play rummy with his mom and his dad liked to watch them play. He will be missed. A memorial service will be held Monday, July 2, 2018, at 1 p.m., at Nelsen Funeral Home, 4650 S. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. 23231.
- He was preceded in death by Mr. C. R. Doggett Sr.; and sister, Jerri Morgan Doggett. He is survived by his loving wife of 31 wonderful years. He is also survived by Mrs. C. R. Doggett of Gloucester Point, Va.; sister, Sherri Torode (Chuck); and his children and grandchildren.
- Memorial Service Monday, July 2, 2018
Clifford Ray Doggett, Jr.
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Lauren Cunningham Stevens
July 8, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. Although we have not spent time together for many years, I have fond memories of Doggett family reunions at Alice and Ray’s home on Gloucestor Point. I did not know Clifford well, but from what I’ve read about him here, and knowing what kind people Alice and Ray are/were, he sounds like a wonderful man whose family and friends were so important to him. Blessings and peace to you all at this sad time.
July 3, 2018
I will miss Mr. Doggett. The time I spent with him at Henrico High School was always enjoyable. He was a true friend. Having grown up in Gloucester, we talked about that often. He always spoke of his family, and I could tell that he loved them. He was a hard worker and took pride in it. If I had a problem, I knew that I could talk to him and he would work to solve it. I hope he knows how much I will miss him!
July 2, 2018
It has been way too many years since we spent time with Cliff, Jerrie, and Sherri and Chuck, in the ever present loving family of Ray and Alice! Oh what gentleness and love each one shared with the world, seemingly without even trying! Joy, encouragement, hospitality, and strength were virtues no one could miss.
Cliff's smile will continue to light up the life in this now grieving family. Yes, each of you have that unmistakable gift that only Cliff could give.
Besides Sherri and Chuck's sweet wedding; the weekly arrival of the Doggett family to Westhampton United Methodist Church; the familiar voices of Ray and Alice among us there; Jerrie's joy in being an active participant; the obvious love each one had for the other; I remember the day they invited us to their home on the water! It must have been our Sunday school class! I do remember the jellyfish but most of all how Ray was determined to make as many attempts as necessary to get me up on those water skies! I believe he called it a success when I stood for about 3 seconds. What a patient and determined family. I have kept you in my heart for years and look forward to eternity together.
July 2, 2018
Cliff, Jerri and Sherri were a trio for the Doggett family. Cliff was a kind, caring and loving individual who
will be missed. He worked so hard to provide for his family and now that retirement was in reach for him
to enjoy life, he has taken another journey. May he rest in peace and be with his father and sister in Heaven.
Cliff was proud of the household he grew up in , under the strong support of Alice and Ray Doggett. He has tried to repeat these same family values for his children and wife. Cliff and his sister Sherri had a special bond thru life as they supported each other and maintained a positive outlook on life. Cliff was happy and positive through his 65 years and I am grateful for the opportunity to have known him while
he was a member of Westhampton United Methodist Church and continued that friendship for years.
God's Blessings on Cliff and His family.
Tina & Anthony D'Esposito
June 30, 2018
We were so sorry to hear of the passing of Clifford. While we did not know him very well, we know how important he was to his son, Doug, and know he will truly be missed. If there is anything we can do to help during this time, I hope that Doug or his mom won't hesitate to ask. We are so sorry for your loss, Doug, and will be thinking about you and saying a prayer for you and your mother for comfort during this terrible loss.
Tina, Anthony, Tony, & Angela
Jeffrey & Donna Lane
June 29, 2018
We only knew Cliff through his Mom and Dad and Douglas. He must have been a fine person because his parents are fine people as is his sister, Sherry and his other sister, Jeri. We love Douglas and he is crazy about his family. Our sad condolences to the family.