Douglas A. “Pops” Flournoy

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Douglas A. “Pops” Flournoy, 56, of Marlborough and a former long-time resident of Winchester, died on Sunday, February 16, 2020, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Cheshire Medical Center in Keene. He passed unexpectedly and peacefully with the love of his family near after a period of declining health.

Douglas was born in Indianapolis, IN. the son Kelly (Fisher) of Angier and David Flournoy on January 3, 1964. He was a graduate of Leander High School in Leander Texas, class of 1983.

Douglas was a patriot and served his country in the U.S. Navy from 1986-1990. He was the recipient of the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon and Good Conduct Award. Douglas was honorably discharged at the rank of HT-3 E-4.

Douglas exchanged vows with Kelly Newell on January 18, 1992, at the Village Church in Swanzey. Sadly, Kelly passed on October 27, 2020, after twenty-three years of marriage.

He worked as a flagger and supervisor for Liberty Security Traffic Control for five years. He also worked and volunteered at Ruck-Up Inc, an organization for veterans, in Keene.

He enjoyed; hunting, fishing, NASCAR, playing pool, spending time with family and friends and spending time with his veteran friends at Ruck-Up.

Mr. Flournoy is survived by his children; Amanda-Lynn Flournoy of Keene and Matthew Flournoy of Marlborough. His brothers; Rodney Flournoy and his wife, Becky of Angier, N.C. Travis Flournoy and his wife, Lynn of Angier, N.C. and Christopher Flournoy and his wife, Cindy of Round Rock, TX. In addition, he leaves; cousins, nieces, nephews and extended family and friends.

In keeping with Douglas’ wishes there will be no public services. Burial will take place at Boscowen Veterans Cemetery with military honors. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Douglas A. Flournoy to:

Ruck-Up Inc
42 Upper Knight Street
Keene, N.H. 03431.

All services are under the care of Cheshire Family Funeral Home and Crematories, 46 South Winchester Street, Swanzey, N.H. 03469

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