Doug Hoschke Death, Obituary – On the occasion of Doug Hoschke’s passing, the members of the Orara Rural Fire Service and the Karangi Rural Fire Brigade would want the Karangi Rural Fire Brigade to convey to the Hoschke family their thoughts, love, and sympathies. Doug was a volunteer with both the volunteer and paid fire departments. He was an avid golfer who participated in the sport on a regular basis and was a member of the Abercrombie and Glen Lovat golf clubs for a very long period.
In recent years, he has absolutely treasured the time spent playing golf with his close friends Peter, Gordon, and Albert, and up until the month of August 2022, he was able to take part in at least one or two games of golf each week. In addition, he has absolutely cherished the time spent playing golf with his close friends Peter, Gordon, and Albert.
His interest in the family’s past was very intense to say the least. A person is considered to be an honorary member of the Pictou County Genealogy Society if they are already a member of the organization and have made significant contributions to the research and other activities of the society throughout a large portion of their lifetime.
Because of the compassion and care that they offered, our family would like to extend our deepest thanks to Dr. Shiuakumar and his nurse Kaitlin, Dr. Kwanik, Debbie Campbell, and the excellent Palliative care team at the Aberdeen Hospital. These individuals supported us throughout the times when we required their assistance the most. We would also like to take this opportunity to convey our gratitude to everyone who works at Valley View Villa for providing Jean and Doug with the exceptional level of care that they have received while they have been residents there.