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Douglas Stephen Honour

Service Date: February 29, 2020
Visitation Info: First Church of Christ
Interment Info: Burlington Cemetery
Service Info: First Church of Christ
Service Info

Douglas Stephen Honour, of Burlington, Kentucky, entered eternal life at his residence on Sunday, February 23, 2020, at the age of 45. Beloved husband of Kelli Honour; loving father of Daniel and Claire Honour; cherished son of the late Daniel and Katy Honour and son-in-law of Bob and Pam Mayo; dear brother of Emily (Matthew) Barry and brother-in-law of Kimberly (Randy) Marksberry; treasured grandson of Margie Chappell, Jane Honour, and Barbara Honour; cherished uncle of Lucy Marksberry, Allison Baugh, and Samuel Barry. Doug will be dearly missed by many family members, friends, and all who knew and loved him.

Doug always had a friendly and welcoming disposition. As a longtime member of First Church of Christ in Burlington he was passionate about the Men’s Ministry. He cared for the homeless in the community and spent many hours helping others through First Church of Christ’s outreach program. Doug was very tech savvy, but was also gifted with artistic and creative talent. He loved writing, and was an avid reader. Most of all Doug cherished every moment spent with his family.

Visitation will be held  from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at First Church of Christ in Burlington, KY. Funeral Service will follow visitation at the church at 1:00 PM. Interment will be held following the service at Burlington Cemetery.

In memory of Doug and in lieu of flowers

memorial contributions may be made to:

The Emergency Shelter of NKY

ESNKY P.O. Box 322, Covington, KY 41012.

Online condolences to

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

First Church of Christ

6080 Camp Ernst Rd.
Burlington, KY 41005
Phone: 859-586-4673
1:00 pm

First Church of Christ

6080 Camp Ernst Rd.
Burlington, KY 41005
Phone: 859-586-4673

Burlington Cemetery

Address: 6050 Firehouse Dr BURLINGTON, KY 41005
12:00 am - 12:00 am

Douglas Stephen Honour


Sincere Condolences

My Heart Goes Out to Douglas Honour Family.
No word can Express what your family is going through at this difficult time in life.
His Streakwave Family will miss him very much. He was always Kind and Friendly . May he rest in peace

Sincerely Vicki
From Streakwave Wireless

Continued prayers

Thinking of the entire family during this time, you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Deepest sympathy,
The Gumm Family

Sincere Condolences

We are so sorry to hear of Doug’s passing. We were close friends with Dan and Katy. We remember many fun times together with Dan, Katy, Doug, and Emily. Doug was a special person. We are grateful we had the chance to know him!
We are sorry we are out of town and won’t be able to attend the services.
May god bless you and your children during these difficult times.
Paul & Sharon Primavera

Our hearts our broken…

You all are our in our thoughts and prayers. Condolences on the loss of Doug. He was an amazing man and will truly be missed…

Deepest Sympathy and Love

Kelli, Daniel, Claire, Bob, and Pam, Kim, Randy, and Lucy, There are not words to express our deep sorrow. Though we can’t be with you in person, our hearts, our thoughts, and our love are with you all the time. We are feeling your pain with you. We have such wonderful memories of our time in Ky a few years back and getting to meet you, Kelli, as an adult, and getting to meet Doug and your precious children. It is a happy time for Doug, but for those left behind the sorrow is deep and painful. We are so sorry you have to experience this. We are just so thankful you have your wonderful family there to support and encourage you. All our love and sympathy and God’s peace and strength for the coming days, Uncle Alan and Aunt Sandy

Humble, compassionate, servant hearted….

Those are the words I would use to describe Doug. I got to know him through serving in the homeless ministry together. He exemplified those character qualities as he served. The most vivid memory I have of Doug serving is the night he was an overnight host that went above and beyond. One of the guests from the shelter was up all night getting sick, and Doug was right there with him, comforting him and helping to clean up messes. With little to no sleep, that next morning Doug told us what had happened and had such a good attitude about the whole situation. That experience did not deter him from serving in the future. This is how I will remember Doug. Please know my prayers for God’s presence and comfort are surrounding your family. Sincerely, Kari Mulderink The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. Psalm 34:18

Love and Prayers

I’m so very sorry for your loss, Kelli. BIG love to you and the kids. -Kara Sanders and Heather Young

So sorry

I am so sorry for your loss. There are no words for times like these, but we are praying and praying for the peace and comfort that only God can bring.
Kristen Jeffery – – – former friends from youth group with your sister

Sending condolences and prayers

Kellie, Daniel, Claire,
So very sorry. Have such fond memories of you all. Will be praying for you.
Wishing you God’s peace,
Tony and Nancy Anderson
(Pam and Bobs previous neighbors)


Emily and Matt, Joe and I are heartfully sorry for your loss. We remember Doug as a friendly and wonderful boy. He was treasured by Katie and Dan and a wonderful brother to you Emily. We have such wonderful memories of your growing up years. We are heartbroken for you , Doug’s wife and children, and all who knew and loved him. Our prayers are for all of you . God be with you at this sad time and always. Love, Gail and Joe Antle

Love and prayers

We are so sorry for your loss. We will continue praying for you and your kids to have an abundance of God’s love, peace and comfort during this time.

The Wambaja Family

No words

Mrs. Honour, I am so very sorry to hear this unexpected news. Please know that you and your kids will be in my prayers for peace and understanding.
Sue Hinkle