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Douglas Ray Jessee

Interment Info: Highland Cemetery
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Douglas Ray Jessee, 64, passed away Wednesday, December 23, 2020, at his home surrounded by his family. Doug’s greatest joy was spending time with his family and friends. His favorite days were spent listening to music while on the boat or at a beach.  Preceded in death by his parents Ray and Wynema Jessee. Survivors include his wife of 37 years Debbie, daughter Katie Gubser and husband Adam and their three daughters Adriana, Juliet, and Camille; son Kyle Jessee and wife Liz and their two daughters Rachel and Ella and baby number three due in the spring. Also, surviving are sisters Phyllis Hafling and Holly Thurman and brother Mark Jessee. Funeral Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial of cremains will be held at Highland Cemetery in Ft Mitchell. Memorials can be made at www.pancan.org. Online condolences can be made at www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com

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Douglas Ray Jessee


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Highland Cemetery

Address: 2167 Dixie Hwy Ft. Mitchell, KY 41017
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Douglas Ray Jessee


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Frend

Prayers to you and your family! You mean a lot to a lot of people!
I miss so much of you giving me crap! Your a old horses butt.I know I love you o buddy, I’ll meet you at Wilkerson’ any time you want…..
Your a link to this old chain we all been dragging through life. please take care many prayers God with take this…
Love you buddy.
Rest in peacefully I buddy


Doug Jessee

I always would say Doug was a true Jessee, full of laughter and love to pick at all who called him a friend or family. I looked forward to what he would comment about a post or a picture and I couldn’t wait till he shared something. . All who new him I’m sure will miss his friendship. The Jessee family are a very special family, I should know as I have one in my family, Bobby Jessee my brother in law. My prayers for the family.


Joe Sheak

Deb, so sorry to hear of Dougs passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Nancy Lowery

Doug was a friend since 2nd grade. I loved how he would tease me about being afraid of me when I was a little girl. He made me laugh and was always a unique person. He loved his family, life. and valued his friendship with the people in his circle. And that circle was a big one. We talked right after his diagnosis and he was upbeat. I will treasure that phone call. We talked and never missed a beat. He always felt blessed to have Debbie as his loving wife and he was so proud of his children. I can’t even say enough about how he felt about those grandbabies. Doug fly high my friend. Look down and aggravate us in you silly way. You are loved and going to be truly missed. Debbie and family I have no words since all the words really won’t help right now. I just want you all to know you will always have your PRP family. And we love you!!! I pray for comfort, peace and love from our Heavenly Father. I am always just a phone call away. I love you my friend!!!


Childhood Friend

Doug and his family grew up 2 doors down from my house. In those days, our families would gather on our neighbors front porches in the summer evenings. While the adults talked amongst themselves, us kids would be playing until our parents yelled out their doors to come
Home.

Doug was a big part of my childhood. Although a little older than me, I still remember him joking and teasing us kids. As we aged, we would play football or baseball in our yards which at that time, had no fences.

Doug would come to our house with the other guys on the block and play basketball. We always were playing some kind of sport. Ahhhhh the memories of our childhood of which Doug was a very big part.

I pray for your family that they may relish their memories of you in their time of grief.

Vicki Burden (Sellers)