March 07, 1962 - April 03, 2018
Robert K. Doeg, Jr. of South Dennis, passed away on April 3rd, surrounded by his loved ones, following a sudden, brief but courageous battle with cancer.
Bob is predeceased by his mother, Sandra Lee of Warwick, RI and his brother, Wayne Doeg of Tampa, FL. He is survived by his sister, Dana Doeg of Tampa, FL; his nephew, Chris Doeg and his wife Liz of Oxford, MA; and his niece, Ariana Doeg of Tampa, FL. Bob leaves behind his son, Harrison Doeg and Harrison's mother, Karen Hickey of Brewster. Lastly, he leaves behind his love and longtime partner in life, Anne Webster of South Dennis, as well as Anne's loving family, many wonderful friends and countless furry creatures that depend on he and Anne at their South Dennis home.
Bob was born on March 7, 1962 in Warwick, RI, where at the age of 18, he followed his calling and joined the U.S. Coast Guard. When he was stationed in Provincetown, he fell in love with Cape Cod and decided to call it his home.
Following his time in the Coast Guard, he worked for Abbott Pharmaceuticals as a sales representative. He traveled the world, honing and developing his skills in the medical sales field. After decades of hard work and perseverance, Bob ventured out on his own and created his company, Overland Logistics. His work was his passion and when he wasn't spending time with Anne and Harrison, he devoted all of his time and attention to growing his company and nurturing the relationships he created with his loyal customers and his many hardworking and devoted employees.
Nothing brought Bob more pleasure than to be out on the open water, fishing and spending time with his family and friends. His son Harrison and he shared their mutual love of boating and fishing. He cherished all of the time they spent together as father and son, but most of all as best friends.
Bob's family invites everyone to celebrate his life on Sunday, April 8th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Morris, O'Connor & Blute, 678 Main Street in Harwich. A Funeral Mass will be held at Our Lady of the Cape, 468 Stony Brook Road in Brewster on Monday, April 9th at 11:00 a.m.
In addition to his family and friends, Bob loved his country. He was profoundly grateful for the freedoms he enjoyed as an American to pursue his own dreams. Therefore, in lieu of flowers, it is requested that donations in his memory be made to a cause that you hold close to your heart, that will contribute to the betterment of our country and its citizens.