Walter Robert Douglas  January 9 1920  August 5 2018

Walter Robert Douglas January 9 1920 August 5 2018

Obituary for Walter Robert Douglas BENBROOK – Maj. Walter Douglas USAF (Ret.), went to be with the Lord on Sunday Aug. 5, 2018. Walter was born Jan. 9, 1920, in Bradford Pa., to Walter Douglas and Maude E. Newton. He was a World War II veteran, receiving the distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) and flew 35 missions and over 290 combat hours, five Bronze Stars and Air Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters. Survivors: Wife of 73 years, Elsie; son, Robert Douglas and wife, Frankie; daughter, Deirdre Douglas; five grandsons; two step grandsons; one step granddaughter; six great-grandsons; two great-granddaughters; and one step great-granddaughter. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Walter Robert Douglas please visit our Sympathy Store. Upcoming Events Funeral © Stadia Maps, © OpenMapTiles © OpenStreetMap Get Driving Directions AUG 9. 03:30 PM GREENWOOD CHAPEL Greenwood Funeral Homes and Cremation, Cemetery, Mausoleum, Florist 3100 White Settlement Road Fort Worth, TX, US, 76107 Order Flowers for the Funeral Guaranteed delivery before Walter’s Funeral begins.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Walter Robert Douglas January 9 1920 August 5 2018.

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death notice Walter Robert Douglas January 9 1920 August 5 2018

obituary notice Walter Robert Douglas January 9 1920 August 5 2018

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  1. My name is Don Coker, brother of Darwin Coker who was a friend of Walter at Sears. My brother spoke highly of Walter and his war experiences. I served 10 years in all in the United States Air Force, active and inactive, and the Arizona Air National Guard. So I consider Walter a former comrade in arms. In my opinion Walter was of the highest order of the “Greatest Generation” who delivered good old America from the hands of our worst enemies. As a parting shot, I say, “Thanks for your service, Walter!”

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