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Douglas R. Hewlett

  • On September 13, 2021

Douglas Robert Hewlett, 73, a proud Vietnam Veteran of the United States Army passed away peacefully September 10, 2021 with family by his side. Douglas was born February 25, 1948 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He leaves behind his son; Dustin J. Hewlett (Julie) of York, SC, daughters; Beth Ann Hewlett Benson of Pittsburgh, PA and Courtney Hewlett (Tony) of Myrtle Beach, SC; the grandchildren he adored, Brianna Benson, Aedan Hewlett and Lexi Hewlett.

Loving brother to Virgina Kotermanski – Swick (Bernie), Janet Bubenheim (Tim), Christine Hewlett, Robert Hewlett, Marcy Hewlett (Gail). Sister in laws; Carol Hewlett-Schneider and Mary Hewlett; also survived by many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Helen and Howard Hewlett, Sr.; brothers, Howard Hewlett, Jr., David Hewlett, Leonard Hewlett; sister Romayne Hewlett. Douglas spent his life in the automotive service industry and was a lifelong Pittsburgh Sports Fan. He was a devoted father and grandfather who loved to spend time with family and friends at the Magic Meadow.

Respecting his wishes, a private military graveside ceremony will be held at a later date. Arrangements were entrusted to Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, Robinson Township, PA.

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Hey Dad……thank you for everything! See yah soon, but not too soon! I love you! DJ
Daddio .. Thank you for absolutely everything you gave in life. The third of my soul . Everything great crazy loyal protective strong and real that makes me is from you. You were one of the two “Whys” in my life and I will forever carry out your shenanigans your love and zest for life. I will take good care of your BB and love on my siblings and the kiddos as you have asked. I will forever live just as you asked of me. Two Peas In A Pod always Daddio . No goodbyes .. I love you so much
Michelle Traymar
Doug, Thank you for your service to our country and for all the goodness I am sure you gave to so many people. May you be at peace. Many blessings of condolence to your children and all those who loved you. Michelle
My fondest and dearest memory of you is after I hit a deer when I was a new driver. I drove right to you. Sobbing. Dry heaving. Deer in my fender. You put your arm around me. You told me to go inside. You told me not to worry about my mom, the car, or the deer. I appreciated you on a new level from that day forward. It's your turn for ever peace. I'll look out for Beth and Bri ❤🙏
John Striner
Rest In Peace my friend. Thanks for all the great memories! We laughed at the good times, and you took life’s adversary’s with such strength and grace. My sincere condolences to your family who you showed your fierce protection, pride, and a fathers love. I’m sure his watch will be eternal.
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