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Douglas Stuart MacCulloch
Date of Death: January 20, 2022
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Visitation
Moloney's Lake Funeral Home & Cremation Center
Tuesday 1/25, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Moloney's Lake Funeral Home & Cremation Center
Tuesday 1/25, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Service
Moloney's Lake Funeral Home & Cremation Center
Thursday 1/27, 9:00 am
Funeral Service
Cemetery
Pinelawn Memorial Park
Thursday 1/27
Memorial

In lieu of flowers donations are appreciated to JDRF .org

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Mass
Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Thursday 1/27, 10:00 am

Doug was born on March 30, 1945 at home in Jamaica, Queens, N.Y. to an immigrant father from Airdrie, Scotland and a mother from Noblesville, Indiana.  Doug grew up near Jamaica Bay and that is where he learned how to fish and go crabbing.  Doug had 4 sisters and 3 brothers and when he was…

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Jennifer left a message on January 25, 2022:
Unka, You never had a hair out of place, always smelt so good. I’ll always remember your vests. You never got mad. Not at odie when he ate my cabbage patch, not at anything. You made the best biscuits, the hot chocolate always had extra whipped cream, and I’ll miss you. Thanks for everything Jenn
Bob & Diana left a message on January 25, 2022:
In memory of Douglas Stuart MacCulloch, Bob & Diana lit a candle
Katy Nunziata left a message on January 25, 2022:
I'm having a problem in my area with our home phones, cell and computer. I notice as I'm typing, words disappear. Douglas always talked about the Blue Ridge Mountains and how I must them. I laughed when he said me, you and Betty must take a trip and see them. We both laughed at the thought of me pushing my walker, Betty with her cane and your dad with his cane. Now we all knew this would never happen until I came up with an idea. Never tell anyone your ideas when they are drinking water especially on the phone. I said Douglas we get us a three seater motorcycle , I'm in the lead, Betty is in the middle and before I could say and you Douglas are in the back seat . He's laughing and choking and when he finally stops laughing, he said Katy it wont work. First of all I'm taller then both of you put together and outweigh you and Betty. He said the minute I get on the back seat and you take off it will look like we are doing wheeles. I said we will look cool to the younger generation think of that. He said yeah even cooler in the morgue Katy then he laughed that hardy laugh of his. We sang the old radio and TV jingles and the phone numbers like Melrose 5- 5300 ya had to live during the 1950s to know what i'm talking about. Thank you Heather, Lisa, Richie, Alexis and Richie Jr. for sharing your father, father in law and grandfather with so many who loved and learned from him. Love, Katy and family
Katy Nunziata on her family. Before you left a message on January 24, 2022:
What's that saying about a light going out on Broadway. In your case Douglas they just added another Bright light that will stay lit forever. Katy and family
Katy Nunziata on her family. Before you left a message on January 24, 2022:
Here I am again. Where do I began. I met your dad through Betty and a gent named uncle Joe.It all started with Betty searching for census records on her family. Since I was signed up for a year with ancestry and found my info in 2 weeks I said see who you can help and I picked Betty.I know Betty since 1999. We three spoke more then twice a day on the phone.We talked about our family, politics, cooking, but your dad talked about how much he missed his good wife. The love, the respect he had for your mom was beautiful. He talk about his two very smart beautiful daughters and his two grandchildren. How he talked about his granddaughter with the voice of an angel , Richie Jr. his buddy. My dad worked at Todd's shipyards like your dad did. It was from there that we talked about old Brooklyn, Queens and the days of our youth even though we never met in person. We were hoping to all get together this coming summer up by Betty. He had an idea that we all should rent a cabin and meet for the first in person. He spoke of renting a cabin for Christmas but he knew it was impossible since everyone worked but it sure sounded like fun, an old fashion Christmas. I learned so much from your father. He talked about his jobs and the people he worked with. Your dad was a good and fair man. He loved when you all came over to cook for birthdays and holidays. He even spoke to my grandchildren on the phone when I wasn't close enough to answer. He listen to them, encourage them like grandson who loves baseball and is good at it, When I told my young granddaughter that my good friend died she became very upset. You see he was so kind on the phone when he spoke to her. All she could say was marmar don't you understand we can't talk to your friend Douglas just like we can never talk to my pappa anymore. So I told her what my dear late childhood friend said to me when he was dying, Katy God needs me and I do believe that Douglas sits wiith the Lord, my husband and others to help out Lord to help us down here. God bless you. Always in my heart always, Katy Hey Douglas say hello to the Blue Mountains as walk with your good wife along the trails
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Heather MacCulloch left a message on January 24, 2022:
I love you Daddy
Katy Nunziata left a message on January 24, 2022:
Please check this website as I wrote to you Heather and your sister Lisa about your dad, how wonderful he spoke of your mom you ladies and his wonderful grandchildren. Betty also left a message and nothing has been shown. God bless, Katy Nunziata
Moloney Family Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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