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Paul Nearhoof

Paul Douglas Nearhoof

Wednesday, July 18th, 1962 - Saturday, October 5th, 2019
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Cambridge Springs - Paul Douglas Nearhoof, 57, of Cambridge Springs passed away, suddenly, Saturday, October 5, 2019. He was born on July 18, 1962 in Erie, PA, son of the late Sherman Joseph and Anna Cherry Nearhoof. He married his best friend, Cindie Smith on April 12, 1982, she survives.

Doug owned the Best Little Smoke House in Town doing deer processing, he also enjoyed gardening, especially edible gardening, planting his orchard and grapes and wanted to get in to hydroponic gardening. Doug was a true gentleman who would give the shirt off his back. He was instilled with a strong work ethic and carried that trait throughout his life.

In addition to his wife Doug is survived by his daughter, Heather Hall of Conneautville, PA; his son Joshua Nearhoof and his wife Amanda of Dalmatia, PA; three grandchildren, Dakota Terlecki, Kimber Hall and Marty Hall; he is also survived by three sisters, Bonnie Laskowski; Belinda Clark and her husband Carl; and Barbara Prindle and her husband Robert; and six brothers, Jeffrey Nearhoof and his companion Russ; Sherman Nearhoof, Jr.; John Nearhoof and his wife Debbie; Randy Nearhoof; Art Nearhoof and his wife Michele and David Nearhoof and his wife Leslie.

Doug was preceded in passing by his parents, Sherman and Anna Nearhoof.

According to Doug's wishes, services will be private.

The Ryan M. Warren Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 544 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335 has been entrusted with the funeral arrangements.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the family to help with funeral expenses.

Please take a moment to share a memory or condolence with the family on Doug's Book of Memories at www.warrenfh.com
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Paul Sullivan

Posted at 03:47pm
My thoughts and prayers to Cindi and the entire Nearhoof family. I'll always remember how Doug made going to work at Gartner and Harf seem more like an adventure rather than work. Doug was the Union Steward on our shift. He represented me on more than one occasion in labor disputes.....he loved the challenge. I'm proud to call Doug my friend and my union brother. Rest easy, my friend. You may be gone, but never forgotten.

Paul Sullivan

Conni Hayes

Posted at 12:14pm
Art I'm very sorry for your loss and prayers for you and your family.
PB

P Banta

Posted at 07:04pm
To the Nearhoof family, my heart and prayers go out to you. Every time, and I mean every time, Doug and I were in the same place, he was genuine and kind to me. One of the most down to earth people. Barb, Sherman, all of you, I am sending prayers your way...xoxo Patti Banta
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