Remembering Doug Ratcliffe
From: Barry Hill
Sorry to hear about Doug's passing. We went to high school in Markdale together and rode the same country school bus.
From: Barry and Ann Rice
We are very sorry to hear of Doug's passing. Our condolences to the whole Ratcliffe Family. Doug was an important part of our Hunt Club. His cooking talent will be greatly missed and his expertise with a hunting knife will remain legendary. He will never be forgotten.
From: Richard Dion
It is difficult to find words of comfort at times like this Marilyn, Shelley and Tracey. Please know that our thoughts are with you during this difficult time and we treasure our shared experiences with you and Doug. He will be with us always in those memories. Love Sherri, Scott and Richard Dixon
From: Rob Sawatsky
Marilyn, my sincere condolences to you and your family. I have very great memories of working with Doug at Bermingham Construction. Thinking of you and your Family at this time
From: Frank and Norma Byet
Condolences to the entire family, from your Burlington neighbor.
From: Lera Ryan
Kind condolences to you, Marilyn, and your family, and to all the Ratcliffe families. Be strength for each other. Cherish your memories.
From: Barb and Jack Beauchamp
Marilyn and family, so sorry for your loss, we have found memories. Barb and Jack
From: Melissa Hughes
Tracey and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved dad, husband and grand-father. Through the years we’ve known each other Tracey, I’ve watched how loving and close you are to him. Please know my thoughts are with you all this terrible time.
From: Lynn MacQueen
Marilyn, my sincere condolences to you and your family. I have very fond memories of working with Doug at Bermingham Construction. Thinking of you, Lynn
From: Joanne MacDonald Stewart
To Marilyn and family, Sending sincere, heartfelt condolences to you all on the passing of your beloved Doug! Condolences being sent from my mom as well, Mary Catherine MacDonald. Many times dear Doug stayed with us in Brook Village, Cape Breton when he worked with my dad, the late Billy MacDonald. Very fond memories!! He sure did love driving the stock car!! Hugs to you all at this very difficult time! xo
From: Lynn & Bob Silverton
So sorry Marilyn, Lyall and families. He is gone too soon.
From: Frank & Mary
Dear Marilyn, Shelley, Tracey and families we extend our most heartfelt condolences to you all. We'll always remember Doug as a man with a warm heart and a great sense of humor. May you find joy in his memory and strength from each other. Sending our love and prayers.
Sincerely, Frank, Mary, Lucas, Stephanie, Adam & Leo Cesarone
From: Liz and Buck Williams
So sorry to hear of Doug's passing. I had the greatest privilege to able to moose hunt with Doug for many , many years at Split Rock Hunt Camp. He was a hard worker, a lot of fun , but most importantly he was the best cook any hunt camp could ask for. We affectionately gave him the nick name "Cookie". We will miss him so much. Buck and Liz
From: Allan Thompson & Family
We are so sorry to hear of Doug's passing. Condolences to the entire family.
From: Frank and Lori Peters
So sorry on the loss of our buddy Doug .What a sweet caring man .So proud of his family .Cherish your precious memories .Marilyn Shelly and Tracey you girls were the light in his eyes .Sending Big huge Hugs XOXO He will be missed by all that knew Doug .
From: Delbert and Nancy Lou
Our deepest sympathies to Marilyn and Shelley and Tracey and families on the passing of a loving husband and father and grandpa. Doug was an all round nice guy and will be missed by so many . We are sorry for your loss .
From: Harvey & Terry Fraser
Marilyn and family..please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of Doug...he was a wonderful gentleman...you are in our thoughts and prayers...cherish your memories..Harvey & Terry