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Douglas Hasselman, 46

August 3, 2013
Times-Republican

Douglas Hasselman, 46, of Marshalltown, Iowa passed away Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at home.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, August 5, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. at the Mitchell Family Funeral Home in Marshalltown, Iowa. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at the Funeral Home in Marshalltown, Iowa. Memorials may be directed to the family. For condolences or questions please visit; www.mitchellfh.com Mitchell Family Funeral Home is caring for Doug and his family. Phone 641-844-1234.

Douglas Eugene Hasselman was born on June 19, 1967 in Newton, Iowa. He was the son of Richard and Phyllis (Adams) Hasselman. Doug attended school in the Newton Community School district graduating with the class of 1986; he then attended Marshalltown Community College and received his Machinist Degree in 2012. Doug was united in marriage to Carie Perkovich and they later divorced. On April 1, 1993 Doug married Debra Roberts in Marshalltown. They currently resided in Marshalltown. He was working at the Times-Republican but had previously worked at Midwest Manufacturing in Kellogg, Iowa and Donnelly Marketing in Nevada, Iowa. He truly loved to bowl and bowled in many leagues over the years; he also enjoyed drinking coffee with friends and woodworking, NASCAR, Fishing and playing cards and will be remembered as a fun loving jokester.

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Left to cherish his memory is his wife of 20 years Deb of Marshalltown; daughters Antonia (Robert) Koenigsdorf, of Scott Air Force Base in Illinois and Rachel (Jessie) Reed, of Grimes. Grandchildren: Makenna, Robert Jr., Christine and Lillianna. Brother, Rodger Hasselman of Arkansas and Sean Clements of Newton, Iowa, Niece, Shannon (Don) Morrison of Marshalltown and great nieces and nephew Clerissa Calvin and Cassy.

In death Doug rejoins his parents, Richard and Phyllis and siblings: Kimberly Schoenherr and Richard Burnett.

 
 

 

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