Douglas "Doug" Scott Loeper

December 28th, 1971 - March 17th, 2019
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Douglas "Doug" Scott Loeper passed away March 17, 2019 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, surrounded by his loving family. Doug was born December 28, 1971 in Springville, Pennsylvania to Donald and Barbara Loeper.

Doug was the most loving man, he showed it every day to his family, friends and coworkers. His greatest joys were his wife and children who motivated him to be the best man he could be.  He most looked forward to our weekly happy hour on Friday nights with our fr-amily where he enjoyed sharing food and drinks with the people he loved. He always welcomed new friends into his life and found joy in being around people.

His dedication to his business and his employees was unwavering. He cared so much about working hard to provide for his family and took great pride in his business. He showed strength and courage throughout his fight against cancer and never complained or gave up. Doug will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Doug is preceded in death by his father, Donald Loeper.

Doug is survived by his wife, Lauren, children, Marina (Sean) Andersson, Julien Loeper, Avery Loeper, Owen Loeper, mother, Barbara Loeper, in-laws, Alyce Stas and Dennis Dowell, brothers, David (Cathy) Loeper, Jeffrey (Alisa) Loeper, Brian Dowell, and Dennis Dowell, sisters, Susan (Kerry) Johanson and Deborah Nevin, one grandchild, Emerson and numerous "Framily" members.

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    Wednesday March 20th, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Wednesday March 20th, 2019 2:00pm
    Blunt Mortuary
    2229 W. Colorado Ave.
    colorado springs, CO 80904
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    Please come and celebrate Doug's life from 2:00PM-4:00PM with memories, sharing and fellowship.


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Posted at 11:59am
Hi I’m very sorry for your loss. I know that losing someone you love can be very difficult. Personally I’ve found that during times like these, the Bible can bring comfort. At Isaiah 41:10 it says “Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will fortify you, yes, I will help you, I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.” So this scripture reminds us that God is always there for us and we can go to him in prayer whenever and he will comfort us. Also is a Bible based website with many videos, publications, and articles that are specifically made for grief. I’ve been able to find many things to help me in the past on and I’m sure you will be able to as well.

Peggy and Dale Lane

Posted at 08:31am
I remember him when he was very small but when you went to the house and walked in the door you were 'hit' with a wall of sound and hugs and surrounded by love from all! The family left Pennsylvania so I didn't get to see him grow up... But I will cherish the laughter and hugs from long ago. When you sit around and share stories and memories...WRITE THEM DOWN! They will be cherished by future generations and they will get to know him as you do!
My hugs and prayers I send out to all of the family!

Elaine Lambert

Posted at 01:48pm
I wanted to express my heartfelt condolences to all of Doug’s family. Death is the hardest thing we have to deal with in life. I know my words can’t change anything and can do little to ease the pain you are feeling, so I pray that the God of comfort calm your hearts and help you heal. (2 Thessalonians 2:16,17) One way that God comforts us today is by moving people who care about us to give us words of encouragement that we need to hear. For the Bible’s answers to questions about grief and death please visit

Michelle Katz Jesop

Posted at 10:38am
Dear Lauren, so very mindful of you and your family today. Sending thoughts of strength, courage, love, and comfort for you all. In sympathy, Michelle
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Maria McKittrick

Posted at 10:33pm
Doug was a huge source of inspiration for me. He showed me what you can achieve in life when you truly take joy in the things you do, when you are hardworking, loving, insightful and always eager to learn more. I only knew Doug from the time I met him through my husband, his nephew, but from day one he treated me like family. He was always welcoming and smiling, forgiving and kind. He taught me about Doctor Who and Chuck Palahniuk. He would talk about things he knew we liked, or things we would like and we'd all connect over them. I always looked forward to seeing his smiling face, the pride he took in the things he did and his love for his family. I will always remember the last time we visited. He tried to reassure us with his humor, asked us about our lives... I hope I can always remember the last hug he gave me. Doug was family. I am forever grateful that I knew him.

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