Tubman Funeral Home


Douglas Wayne Bailey

May 31, 1937May 1, 2020

Doug Bailey passed in peace with family by his side on Fri May 1, 2020 at the age of 82.

Doug was predeceased by his parents Clifford and Edna Bailey and brothers Ken and Harvey Bailey. He is survived by his wife of 61 years Mary Rose Bailey; his children Dennis and his wife Lisa of Red Cliff, AB, Charlie and his wife Sherry of Leduc, AB, Raymond (Bev) of Chilliwack, BC, Larry and his wife Leslie of Regina SK, Norman and his wife Shelley of Regina SK, Leslie and his wife Patricia of Alix, AB, Tammy and her husband Darin of Indian Head, SK, also 19 grandchildren and 7 great – grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews, 2 brothers and their spouses.

Doug was born May 31, 1937 in Regina, SK to parents Clifford and Edna Bailey. He was a twin to Ken Bailey and had 3 other siblings. Doug worked hard all his life and had several jobs from the age of about 16, the longest and most notable being the P.F.R.A tree nursery in Indian Head SK and the town of Indian Head, Indian Head SK. He took an early retirement and kept busy in his shop. He was a self-taught mechanic and small engine repair man and had most of the town bringing him their lawnmowers, snow blowers etc.

His greatest love was his wife Mary Rose Bailey. They were married June 12,1959 and had seven children. Doug was very proud of his children and considered his family his greatest joy.

A memorial service and interment will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Indian Head and District Hospital Foundation, Box 1547, Indian Head, SK S0G 2K0.


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Willard (Bill) Bailey

May 8, 2020

I have many memories of times gone by when I remember my brother Doug. When I was about 10 years old Doug and his twin Ken were about 15 years of age. Our mother seemed to be plagued with various medical problems and would often be hospitalized. My younger brother Harvey was only 6 years old and our oldest brother Wes was out of town working. Guess who had to was the dishes, sweep the floor, feed the dog, weed the garden, etc, etc. Doug and Ken would beat the can off me if I didn’t comply. I guess that’s why Dad bought some boxing gloves and built a ring complete with binder twine ropes. Being red-headed and the temper that goes along with that, I invited them to step into the ring with me. Boy was that a mistake, Doug always won , however I found Ken’s Achilles heel and if I could hit him once in the nose, it would bleed and he would quit beating on me. Our mother bought cod liver oil capsules to have during the winter months. Doug, and Ken thought it great fun to chase me around the house, squirting the pin pricked capsules at me . The smell was awful and when Dad came home for supper, guess Who got blamed?. I got back at Doug one time when I placed a little green grass snake in his water glass beside his bed. That sure got a rise out of him. Doug and I loved to go hunting together and we were usually successful. He called me his lucky charm. I could go on and on with many more stories and memories of my big brother Doug. I loved the guy a lot and I will miss the guy with the big laugh. My sincere condolences go out to Rose and the great family they raised. Rest peacefully Doug.

Carol Haas

May 8, 2020

Dear Auntie Rose and Family, trips to Indian Head and meeting your dad and uncle Ken at Grandpa and Grrandma’s, being thrown in the air like rag dolls and the laughter. Truly blessed to have had him in our lives. Thinking of you all with love. Carol

Laura Fayant

May 7, 2020

Sorry about your loss.Prayers to you.

Gene Amyotte

May 6, 2020

Condolences to Rose and family. Sorry for your loss. Big hugs Rose.

Trudy Ciortan

May 6, 2020

Our deepest condolences to Rose & to the family. Doug was such a nice man who always had a smile & a kind word for everyone. He will be truly missed.

Melona Biller

May 6, 2020

Our sincere condolences to Rose and family. Doug was a wonderful, friendly and outgoing person. He had a great sense of humour. I will always remember his hearty laugh and how he appreciated a good joke. Rest in peace Doug.
Cliff and Melona Biller

Leslie Geiss

May 6, 2020

Condolences to Rose and Family. So sorry for your loss

Jen & Gordon Bieber

May 5, 2020

Wishing all of Doug’s family peace and comfort at this difficult time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Ray and Janet Hammond and family

May 4, 2020

Doug was a friendly man He and his wife Rose raised agreat family He was a great mechanic like his Dad who helped many I worked with Larry and Norm at Country Plaza motors and they had great personalities like their Dad Our thoughts are with Rose and the family

Angie Maitland

May 4, 2020

To Auntie Rose and all the family. Sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Doug. May the memories you have made together bring you comfort in the days ahead. Take care and sending love.❤