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Goglin Funeral Home, Yankton
Friday May 8th, 2020
1:00pm - 3:00pm

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Memorial Service

Goglin Funeral Home, Yankton
Friday May 8th, 2020

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Stanford "Doug" Douglas Spotted Wood

Stanford Douglas Spotted Wood was born April 22, 1961 to Samuel Johnson and Rachel Spotted Wood. They resided in Yankton S.D. He was aka Doug to everyone. He went to Marty Indian School. He enjoyed participating in cultural activities and was involved in the Marty Indian Club. He started dancing as a Jr Boys Fancy Dancer. As an adult he became a licensed carpenter. Later on he obtained his CDL license and became a long haul 18 wheel truck driver along the Southern Coast from Florida to Texas.
Doug became a father to son, Daniel DuMarce and daughter Kristan Vogt and has a grandson Alex Vogt.
He had good artistic abilities and especially loved to draw. Doug enjoyed listening to his favorite artist Stevie Ray Vaughn. In his last years he enjoyed spending time with friends.
Doug died on his birthday Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at Sandford Medical Center in Sioux Falls.
Surviving are his son Daniel DuMarce of Sisseton; daughter Kristan Vogt of Sioux Falls; grandson Alex; father Samuel Johnson; sister Debra Risner; aunts, uncles and cousins.
Doug is preceded in death by his mother, one brother and one sister.
He will be missed greatly by friends and family.

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Love and prayers from myself and my children cousin. Journey well.

Wenda S. Wright May 8 2020 10:00 PM

My sympathy to Stanfords family. I knew him from his visits to the Center of Hope. May he rest in peace.

Pat Erpenbach May 8 2020 9:04 PM

I was so saddened to hear of Dougs passing. I got to know him during the twenty years I worked at The Banquet. He was such a kind and gentle soul. He always told me I had nothing to fear as he would always have my back. Prayers for his family.

Marvella Shatter May 3 2020 3:54 PM

I am a volunteer at Center of Hope meet Stanford there. We really enjoyed him. Very nice Guy. We will miss him.

Carol J Berg May 3 2020 3:52 AM

I was privileged to call Stanford a friend and will miss his wry sense of humor. Blessings to the family as you go through this season of grief.

John B Apr 30 2020 10:04 PM

My condolences to his children and Family, my prayers for him to Journey well. I send my sympathies.

Terri Grant Apr 29 2020 11:34 PM