In Memory

Douglas Stare

Douglas Stare

Birth:  Oct. 2, 1950
Newark
Licking County
Ohio, USA
Death:  Oct. 22, 2014
Hollis Center
York County
Maine, USA


Douglas Vincent Stare, 64, of Hollis died unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at his home. He was born October 2, 1950 in Newark, Ohio, a son of Gerald and Frances (O’Neill) Stare and was a graduate of Newark Senior High School, Newark, Ohio.

He served in the U.S. Navy during the Viet Nam Era.

On October 18, 2003 he married Linda Dussault Hamel in Hollis.

In his younger days Douglas owned and operated a bookstore in Ohio and was a comic book collector. He also worked in Ohio as a Furniture and Mattress sales consultant with the Lazarus stores (aka Macy’s). He moved to Maine in 1998 and continued his career at Macy’s. With his wife, Linda, they founded the Gliding Gaits Horse Farm and Boarding Stable in Hollis, where he enjoyed spending time puttering on the farm completing his “honey-do” list!

Douglas is survived by:
his wife Linda Stare of Hollis
his son Justin Stare of Newark, OH
step-daughter Tina Hamel of Hollis 
step-son Scott Hamel and his wife Jennifer of Berwick
Grandchildren:
Matthew and Noah Gilbert of Hollis
Elizabeth and William Hamel of Berwick
3 Brothers:
Ron stare of Newark, OH
Randy Stare of Newark, OH
Ric Stare of Thornville, OH
numerous nieces and nephews

Visiting Hours will be 4:00 to 6:00 pm on Monday, October 27, 2014 at Hope Memorial Chapel 480 Elm Street, Biddeford, ME 04005. A funeral service will follow at 6:00 pm at the funeral home. Burial will be in Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale to be announced at a later date. 
 
 
Burial:
Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery 
Springvale
York County
Maine, USA
 
 
Douglas Vincent Stare



 
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03/26/15 11:56 AM #1    

Virginia Steinbower (Crowe)

For many years Doug sat in front of me in home room.  He always wore a smile :-) -  I can see it clearly right now in my minds eye ....and teased me without mercy .. but always in a gentle manner. Thanks Doug for being a  friend in a difficult time. I wish I woud have told you that earlier... hopefully you knew. Peace


03/26/15 01:29 PM #2    

Steve Carlson

Asad loss. Sounds like he was enjoying a great retirement. My deepest sympathies to his family.


03/27/15 08:56 AM #3    

Gary Berry

Doug was a good guy always had a new comic book with him . He will be missed . 


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