Schreiber, Douglas Beverly

February 12, 1959 – December 18, 2021
at the age of 62 years

Doug was born in Porcupine Plains, SK as the second son of Ina and Beverly.  Doug passed away at the age of 62 in Salmon Arm, BC with his wife Angela of 41 years and his loyal companion Bella.  He fought a short and courageous battle with cancer and kept a positive attitude.

He is survived by the love of his life wife Angela and companion Bella, brothers Gary (Lana) Goodman, Robert (Dorthe), Darryl, Clayton (Lori), sister Lori and many nieces and nephews as well as his large extended family and friends.  He was predeceased by his parents Ina and Bev, sister Carolyn and nephew Thomas.

Doug’s passions were hunting, fishing, family, stockcar racing and his love of the big open road on his motorcycle Big Blue with Angela by his side.  He will ride the open road forever. 

No service by his request.  Any donations can be made in his honour to a charity of your choice.

12 Comments

  1. Angie, so sorry to just hear of this, my deepest sympathy for your loss and the families loss. May you find solace in knowing he is with his mom & dad and his sister who he took care of while she was with you both. Sending our love prayers and hugs from both Ross and I.

  2. Although I didn’t know Doug for a very long time, it’s difficult to not click with someone who had such an amazing sense of humour and zest for life. I am grateful for the time spent in formation with you up front, I will forever value your riding advice. I will miss your humour and the friendship you extended. I am a better person for having met you & Angela. So much love & respect. Ride on ❤

  3. I enjoyed the 41 years of friendship with a great man. We had great time doing so many thing together. I will miss Doug up front leading the pack and the sound of Big Blue.
    Ride every day my friend, I will be listening in the wind.

  4. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Angela and the Schreiber Family. Doug was a good Man and a better Friend. We will treasure the many memories we made with you both, especially Vegas! Ha, Such a fun time.! Doug is at peace now, no longer in pain and with the many friends and family that passed on before him. Rest assured he is looking down on you, as he rides the highway on his Harley, wind in his hair and ….no helmet required! His Friends in Jasper will truly miss him!
    All our love
    Rick and Sharon
    ps… our door is always open, we love ypu! ❤️

  5. My sincere condolences to you Ang on the loss of your beloved Doug. You are in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace.

  6. Forever you will remain in my heart. I know with Antie Ang by your side you had a full warm happy loved life. I will never forget how cool of an uncle you always were. I will miss you everyday as I do all our lost family. Uncle your with them now, hugs till we see eachother again. Love you always and forever Uncle Doug. Love you Antie Ang.

  7. Sorry to hear of Doug’s passing.My condolences to you and the Schrieber family. Rest In Peace Dougie.

    Marlene Malcolm

  8. Angela Greg and I are sad beyond words. He was a great man a good friend and had a great love of life. The world is missing a great man. Ride the big highway in the sky. Til we meet again. We miss you***** Greg and Sandi

  9. Our condolences Angela. Doug will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  10. So many memories to cherish. He will live on in our hearts forever!

  11. Losing the one you love is hard, but what the two of you shared was truly something
    special. May that give you comfort in the days ahead. Sending you hugs and
    our deepest sympathy.

  12. Angela, our deepest condolences. Doug was a very kind special man, he will be missed, we had wonderful memories together. Love and hugs to you, Grace and Lowell

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