CUNDIFF, Jr. Douglas Weldon
of Waterford, passed away November 3, 2018 at 55 years of age. He was born June 14, 1963 in Dayton, Ohio, the son of Douglas and Jean Cundiff. Loving father of James Kenneth-Lowell Cundiff and Austin Douglas-Wilson Cundiff; Cherished brother of Kenneth (Rhonda) Cundiff, Deborah Cundiff, John Cundiff and Jason Cundiff. Douglas was a proud Air Force Veteran and was titled Past Mastor out of Lodge Cedar # 60 Clarkston.
Family will receive friends Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME – WATERFORD with a Masonic service at 7:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks donations to be made to Autism Alliance of Michigan.
You always keep the job interesting at both Selfridge and then again at TACOM. You have been and will continue to be missed as a friend and co-worker.
I enjoyed working with you at TACOM. Doug was special and one of a kind. I will miss you. God bless his boys and family.
Cathy (Cat) Burgess
Rest in Peace my Brother in Arms and long time friend. You will truly be missed by many and will forever hold a place in our hearts and those that you touched. Till we meet again my friend. Now your at peace.
That picture is hard to believe. I will always remember the way you understood life and work... Life is to be full of jokes and laughter, but work is should be taken seriously. Rest.
God bless you my friend,
My condolences to the Family
Going to miss you brother, had a lot of good laughs with you over the years.
Had a good time working with you at Selfridge. You will be missed.
Hard to believe you are gone .. I will always remember the conversations when we had adjoining offices as ARTS's in the 927th ARW (along with Gayle Havens) You guys were like big brothers to me. The TDY's to Red Flag at Nellis AFB were always more fun when you were there too. God bless big brother... to you and your family....
Thoughts and prayers for the Cundiff family. Doug was a friend and fellow service member who will be missed but not forgotten.
You improved our lives, made us laugh, and occasionally made us cry. You did your part and a bit more. We could count on you. Thank you for walking with us on this journey, we will miss you.
Doug was a fine man, a hard worker, a good sport, a friend to all. He loved and served his country and fellow man. We were blessed to have known him.
Ken, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. We are sorry to hear this news. Keep your memories close . Our sincere condolences to you and your family.
RIP Doug... you will be missed. I have lots of memories from our past growing up in the neighborhood. You will always be remembered.??
Jill Rossi ( Seibert)
Doug. May you find rest and peace and No pain now. I will always value the laughter we shared on our phone calls. Go ride that motorcycle now friend.
And to your family, I am so very sorry for you loss
Junk was a wonderful man, truly a great equipment specialist and Mason. He always did the right thing, I could always count on him. I am truly sorry for the loss of him on this earth. Our sincerest condolences to his family. We are very deeply sorry we are unable To come to the funeral home in Masonic service. Nancy and Sonny
Doug was one of the truest friends anyone could have. I remember playing baseball together as teenagers. He always gave his all. He was loved by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time.
Doug was a wonderful man, truly a great equipment specialist and Mason. He always did the right thing, I could always count on him. I am truly sorry for the loss of him on this earth. Our sincerest condolences to his family. We are very deeply sorry we are unable To come to the funeral home in Masonic service. Nancy and Sonny