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 Geisert, Douglas R.
Born: 04/07/1950
Died: 07/13/2014
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Geisert, Douglas R.

            Geisert, Douglas R. age 64 of Stewartsville, NJ died Sunday July 13th, 2014 in the St. Barnabas Medical Center Livingston, NJ, following a long illness. Born in Hammonton, NJ he grew up in Massapequa, Long Island and had lived in Stillwater before moving to Stewartsville fifteen years ago.             After graduating High School in Long Island, Douglas attended college and pursued his passion of aviation. He later became a Commercial Airline Pilot and enjoyed his profession flying with Continental Airlines from Newark Liberty International Airport until his recent retirement.             An ardent animal activist, Douglas was dedicated to animal rescue. He will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him. Mr. Geisert was pre deceased by his father Leroy Joseph as well as a brother Roy Joseph Geisert. Survivors include his mother Betty Geisert of Stillwater; his brother Carl and his wife Mylan Geisert of Chandler, AZ. Also surviving are his sister in law Sheila Geisert of White Plains, MD, his two nephews and three nieces as well as his friend Wendy Ball of Stewartsville, NJ.               Memorial Services will be held Saturday July 19th, 2014 at 11:00 AM in the Iliff-Ruggiero Funeral Home #156 Main St. (Rt. 206) Newton, NJ. Memorial visitation will be prior to the services from 9:30 to 10:30 AM Saturday.
 
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Doug was a fascinating guy. I'm sure he will be missed. We continue to pray for Mimi and the Geisert family.
Wild Bill and Carla Barnard
I am very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed flying with Doug very much. It was always a pleasure.
Charles Marcum
I enjoyed every flight with Doug, I am really sorry for your loss at such an early age.
Pete Glover (Cal retired)
Doug was always a pleasure to fly with. We spent many hours in the cockpit, talking about the animals we saved and our experiences doing so. I'll always remember him for a phrase he used quite often, which was, "Bless your heart". It's his heart that is blessed. Blue skies, Doug.
Kate Malone
Doug was a big guy with a big heart. I have fond memories of flying Dallas turns together. Tailwinds always Doug. Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Please accept my condolences on your loss.I enjoyed and looked forward to flying with Doug,as inevitably our conversations were about our little angels and how we could try and make their lives better.Thank you for the memories.
Daniel Cranston
We are very sorry for your loss.
The Fritsche family
Betty and family My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this diffucult time.
Margaret Gaal
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