In Loving Memory of Douglas C. Geier

December 22, 1957
Englewood Cliffs, NJ
May 12, 2020
Southbury, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Service

Riverside Community Church

Memorial Service celebrating Doug's life.

238 Freeman Road,
Oxford,
CT

Sunday, August 2, 2020 1:00 p.m.

Cemetery

Family Gathering

Following the church service, there will be a ride past St. Mary's by the Sea to a gathering celebrating Doug.

August 02, 2020

Charity



Douglas C. Geier

Douglas C. Geier left this earthly world on Tuesday, May 12, 2020. His spirit will live on in our hearts forever. To know Doug was to know his authenticity and integrity. He had a spirit of adventure and loved nature. He enjoyed motorcycles, music and cars with a great appreciation for anything classic or fast. Doug was predeceased by his loyal 4-legged companion of nearly 14 years, his beloved German Shepherd, Kojak, just two weeks earlier. He was also predeceased in death by his parents Doris and Warren C. Geier. Doug is survived his two sisters, Dianne and Donna, and their respective families, and by his love and life partner, Heidi Huminski, and many true friends and brothers of the road. A memorial service is planned for 1:00 pm on Sunday, August 2, 2020 at Riverside Community Church, 238 Freeman Road, Oxford, CT. A ride past St. Mary's by the Sea to a gathering celebrating Doug's life will follow. For information or to offer an online condolence please visit www.SpearFuneralHome.com


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14 Guestbook Entries for Douglas C. Geier

  1. Doug was always a great genuine man! Since 1988 he was like a family member. I’m very saddened by his passing. My kids grew up with him since the day they both came home from the hospital! My sincere condolences to Heidi Huminski & his family & friends! At least I have years of good memories I’ll treasure for ever! RIP Doug! ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’”

  2. Heidi,
    I’m so Sorry For The Loss of Your Loved One…๐Ÿ˜ช
    May He Rest In Peace ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  3. Heidi, Words cannot express how we feel…. Our deepest heart felt sympathy goes out to you, Dougโ€™s family and ALL that knew him!
    Gone way too soon~ Heaven indeed has a new angel!โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’”โค๏ธ
    RIP DOUG, May his memory be eternal.. God Bless
    We love you!
    ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™

  4. I was very sad when you told me of Doug passing. He put up a good fight. Death like this can easily make anybody crumble and fall apart. Heidi, you have so many memories that no one can take away. I know you still want Doug and You were not readyHeidi, but God had other plans for Doug. The loss is immeasurable but so is the love Doug left behind. Love, Irene

  5. Dear Dianne, Donna and Heidi,
    Doug was a very important part of my life for the past 45 years or so. He and I traveled to many bike events, concerts, car shows, etc, forever. We went to Daytona Fl. for bike week I can’t count how many times. He and I rode our bikes to Myrtle Beach SC and back as well as trailering there a few times. We went to Laconia NH a bunch of times. And we went to Sturgis SD and toured the west together. Visiting national parks like “The Badlands” Yellowstone “(Jellystone according to Doug ) The Grand Tetons , Devils Tower, Mount Rushmore. and countless other places. We for a number of years went out barhopping on our bikes on New Years Eve. I remember going to his apartment on the morning of the CMRA’s toy run after he and I had been out late the night before, when I showed up he said something like “I knew that you were a—–e enough to show up today’ in a rain storm so bad that you could hardly see the bike in front of you and our eyes falling out of our heads. He was a dear friend and although I hadn’t seen him since last Dec. when he and Heidi were at my house Heidi had kept us informed. “Stoneman” God Speed my Dear Dear Friend.
    Love You,
    John and Maria Prevelige

  6. Brother Doug … a man of sincerity , strength , and an all around good friend to have . Always considerate and caring and would lend a hand whenever possible ! You’re a good man then , now and always , I have the highest respect for you Douglas ! I’ll see you on the other side ; God be with you ~ Mark W Hessels

  7. Donna, Dianne, Heidi, please accept my heart felt condolences for the passing of Doug. He was one of the good guys, no doubt. With Doug, what you saw was what you got, no B.S. He told it like it is. Had some crazy times with him, some good, some not so good, but I only remember the good, and always will. Even though we drifted apart after i settled down with wife and kids, i always cherished our friendship. I still smile to this day when i think of all the cray shit we did. Godspeed my friend, you will truly be missed by all who had the pleasure to say they knew you.

  8. Donna, Dianne, and Heidi, please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of Doug. Doug was one of the good guys, no doubt. What you saw was what you got with Doug, no B.S. Have a lot of great memories hanging out with “Wally”. We did some crazy shit together throughout the years, i could probably write a book. He always said we should record all the craziness because nobody would believe it if we told them. He was right. Every night out was an adventure, never knew where we’d end up. Sometimes in Long Island at John and Dianne’s, sometimes in Florida in to visit his mom. You just never knew! But it was all in good fun. well maybe except for a couple of times, hehe. Godspeed my friend, you will truly be missed by all who had the pleasure to know you.

  9. Dianne, Donna, and Heidi, please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of Doug. He was one of the good guys, no doubt. What you saw is what you got with Doug, straight up, no B.S. Have a lot of great memories when we hung out during and then after high school. Did a lot of crazy shit with “Wally!” Every time we went out, we never knew what would happen or where we would end up. Would think nothing of closing the bar and driving his Z-28 around to Long Island to visit his sister, or jumping on a plane and going to Florida to stay with his mom for the weekend. Didn’t matter, we were just out having fun, doing what we wanted, when we wanted. We rode hard and certainly played hard. All harmless, good fun, well, most of the time, hehe. And even though we didn’t hang out much in the later years, (you know, marriage and kids and all that stuff) he would pop in once in a while when he was in the area, say hi, and of course tell me I was still an A-hole. Was proud to call him my friend. Godspeed and R.IP.

  10. Our hearts are hurting to hear of Dougs passing. We are long time clients of his and there will never be anyone like him. We are saddened to see Kojak passed before him but somehow knowing they are together brings comfort. Sending much strength and loving thoughts to Heidi and all Doug’s family and friends. With deepest sympathy, The Senes’