DOUGLAS E. DUNSMOORDouglas E. Dunsmoor passed away at St. Mary's on Friday Nov, 8, 2013.
DOUGLAS E. DUNSMOOR
Douglas E. Dunsmoor passed away Friday, Nov. 8, 2013, in St. Mary’s hospital.
Douglas was born July 10, 1927, in Rice Lake, Wis. He grew up in Fond du Lac and attended Morgan Park High School. He was a Veteran, having served in the Navy on board destroyers during World War II. Doug married the love of his life, Betty Cismoski, Sept, 1, 1951, having 62 wonderful years together. He worked for U.S. Steel in Morgan Park as a locomotive engineer until the plant eventually closed. He then finished over a 30-year-career with U.S. Steel at Minntac in Virginia.
Doug’s greatest joy was spending time with his family at the cabin he built for them on Wilson Lake in Cotton.
He was preceded in death by his father, Sylvester; mother Gertrude; and sisters Shirley Behm and Patricia Puhl.
Doug is survived by his wife, Betty Mae; brother Robert Dunsmoor of Champlin, Minn.; sister Betty Jo Little of Duluth; daughter Barbara (John) Christensen of Duluth; sons Doug (Karen) of Superior and Bill (Dee Anna) of St. Cloud, Minn.; grandchildren Michelle (Eric ) Calendine, Ben (Christina) Christensen, Dana (Ben) Geving, Joe (Hastings) Dunsmoor, Matt (Tracy) Dunsmoor, Brooke Dunsmoor, Hailey Dunsmoor and Luke Dunsmoor; and nine great-grandchildren.
VISITATION (in the attached side entrance of the church): 10 until the 11 a.m. service Tuesday, Nov. 12, in St. James Church.
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