Douglas C. Dould, 64



Douglas C. Dould, 64

TILTON — Douglas C. Dould, 64, of Tilton, died peacefully Wednesday at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon with his family present.

He was born in Leominster, Massachusetts, in Oct. 7, 1953, the son of John and Edith (Hayes) Dould.

Doug had resided in Tilton since 1964. He graduated from Winnisquam Regional High School in 1971. He was a former member of Future Farmers of America and the New Hampshire Maple Producers. Doug worked as a concrete finisher for NATGUN of Haverhill, Massachusetts, for well in excess of 20 years, where he traveled the country and formed long-lasting friendships.

Doug loved visiting the ocean, particularly Cape Cod where he spent many years of his childhood. In his free time, he enjoyed gardening, raising geese, ducks and pheasants, and grilling for family and friends. Doug played the drums and had a love for music. He would also spend his time in his sugar shack, making maple syrup and teaching the craft to anyone who showed an interest.

Doug’s family members include a son, Douglas J. Dould and wife Amanda of Utah; grandsons, Calvin P. Center and Alex R. Dould; a sister, Doreen C. Boisselle and husband Ray of Tilton; a brother, John Cole and wife Becky; nephews, Aaron Hughes of Concord, John Dould and Adam Hughes, both of California, and Kevin Cole of Vermont.

Visiting hours will be Sunday, Oct.22, from 2 to 4 p.m. at Paquette-Neun Funeral Home, 104 Park St., Northfield, with a service beginning at 4 p.m.

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