In Memory

Doug Scaramozzino

Doug Scaramozzino


Douglas R. Scaramozzino

Douglas R. Scaramozzino

Wenatchee, WA

Douglas “Doug” Scaramozzino passed away at his home in Wenatchee, WA, on
November 10, 2017. He was born in Spokane, WA, on August 4, 1948, then moved
to Coronado, CA, where he was raised. Doug graduated from Coronado High School
in 1966. After working for a time on a commercial tuna boat, Doug moved back
to the Wenatchee Valley where he worked in the fruit industry. Doug met his
wife, Randi, and they raised their four children. Doug and Randi then moved to
Arizona, where Doug learned diesel mechanics, then again returned to the
Wenatchee Valley and worked for various repair shops before opening Doug’s
Diesel Repair.

Doug liked fishing, traveling, and never turned down a chance to debate
politics, religion, or anything else you wanted to talk about. He loved
spending time with his kids and grandkids, and enjoyed watching them grow.

He is survived by his older brother, James; sister, Maria; wife, Randi; and
his children: Jeremy, Joshua, Jenny, and James, and their supporting partners;
grandchildren: Killion, Alex, Cameron, Emily, Ethan, Caden, Oliver, Maggie,
Lilie, Kyla, and Odin; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Doug's Obituary from the Wentachee Word published November 19, 2017


Message from Dick Corlett 12/19/2017

On Nov. 10th we lost our "most popular" classmate. Randi Scaramozzino called me the other day. Doug had been battling a serious lung malady (not cancer) for some time and his heart finally couldn't keep up. In Sept. I had the good fortune (a true blessing as it turned out), to experience the Scaramozzino hospitality in their forever home, Wenatchee, WA. I knew that Doug had a death sentence but he gave no indication that his demise was imminent.

Just a day removed from Wenatchee, I enjoyed the accommodations and company of my new best friend Debby Vail and her husband Greg.

In 1974 on our way to Alaska to make our fortune on the pipeline (not),George Roberts and I stayed with Doug and Randy at their little house on the prairie. Thirty+years, 4 kids and 12 grandkids later they're putting me up at The Ponderosa. Doug did it his way and passed on his incredible work ethic and ingenuity to his off-spring. This resulted in a mini-empire and one of the coolest families I've ever met.
Rest in peace dear friend. Merry Xmas to the survivors........Dick

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12/20/17 08:37 PM #1    

Rick Parente

Really sad to hear about Doug.  I didn't know him well in High School but he was always very friendly and a generally good guy.  He will be missed.  RP

12/21/17 04:53 AM #2    

Randi Jones


So sad to hear of Doug's passing, I knew him well, sorry I did not connect with him, we were both in Washington State for a long time.  It appears he lived a grand life, I am sure he will be missed by his friends and family.

Randi Jones

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