In Memory of Doug Bach 
1957 - 2005

     Doug was born at Seattle General Hospital on March 3, 1957 to Lorens and Molly Bach. He grew up in Seattle, WA and attended Seattle Public Schools, playing on the varsity tennis team in high school and graduating from Lincoln High School in June 1975. Doug played youth ice hockey starting at age 6 and continued to play with the "old men's" league into his 40's.

     As a teenager Doug attended Emmanuel Bible Church and accepted the Lord as Savior at age 16. He was instrumental in encouraging his parents and family to accept the Lord. Doug enjoyed hiking, back packing, camping and bicycling. He also loved to cook and often used his grandma Taylor's recipes.

    Doug owned and operated "B's Quality Printing" in Edmonds, WA. He enjoyed all the friends he met at his place of business and in the Edmonds community. He was a friend to many and happiest when helping others.

    Although Doug had many struggles and trials in his life he had recently come back to Jesus who he had accepted in his teens. He was working on getting his life and relationships in order. He will be deeply missed by his family and many friends.

Doug is survived by his Daughter, Breeanna Bea Bach; his Mother, Molly Bach; his Sister, Debbie (Dan) Dunshee; Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephews; His Golden Retriever puppy, Forest.

Doug's punchlines:

See if you can remember these Doug jokes.
1) You don't come here for the hunting, do ya?
2) Sauerkraut, Sauerkraut, sauerkraut, two with wieners, one without.
3) I saved your life today...
4) I don't think I could get my head in that fence.
5) ...and I sold my Thermos for $100.
6) ... one and Timbuktu.
7) ....a couple of swell fellows.
8) Want to go camping?
9) I could have been your dad but...