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Douglas "Doug" Wayne Londo

July 23, 1946 - January 14, 2021
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Douglas “Doug” Wayne Londo, 74, of the Savannah Lakes Community, McCormick, SC, husband of Karen Ely Londo, died Thursday, January 14, 2021 at Self Regional Healthcare. He was born in Grand Rapids, MI to the late Robert “Bob” and Carrie Bieschke Londo.

Doug proudly served his country in the United States Army. Following his service in the Army, Doug and his family moved to their beloved Mayfair Community in Canton, MI where he was employed with NY Life for many years as a health insurance agent, later founding Alliance Benefits, LLC and serving as president and CEO. Doug’s hobbies included sailing, listening to music, including Jimmy Buffett, and reading historical non-fiction works. He was a passionate Michigan State fan, loving all things MSU and where he met his wife to be, Karen. Doug had a fond affection for dogs; throughout the years rescuing many golden retrievers.

Doug is survived by his wife of 52 years, Karen; two daughters, Marcel Martin (Brad) of Black Hawk, CO and Amanda Stroud (Justin) of West Columbia, SC; a son, Jeffrey Londo (Julie) of Aiken, SC; a sister, Pat Londo (Shirley) of Grand Rapids, MI; and three grandchildren, Judah Londo (Brooklin), Lucas Stroud, and Adelaide Stroud.

A private family service will be held at a later date.

Memorial contributions, in memory of Doug, may be sent to the Humane Society of McCormick County, Inc., PO Box 900, McCormick, SC 29835.

A message of condolence may be sent to the family by visiting www.harrisfuneral.com.

Harris Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Abbeville, SC is assisting the Londo family.
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Robert Gailunas

Posted at 03:53pm
I was so sorry to learn of Doug's passing, and would like to express my deepest sympathies to family and friends. I had the absolute pleasure of working with Doug over the past few years as his Broker contact for Humana. I always looked forward to our conversations, and knew from the start that we'd eventually drift away from our business discussion and talk about hobbies and swap stories about living up North. I will miss him - Robert Gailunas.
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Tracy

Posted at 05:41am
To Karen and Family,
We will always remember Doug as our friendly neighbor who really wanted to (not needed to) help us with our insurance needs. My Mom moved into his former clients home, and he was very concerned that she was taken care of in this department, especially since she came from another state. He'd pull up to her house or catch me at my store (with Sophie) , to make sure I was doing my "Homework" to get me better health insurance. He always make sure we had his custom calendar/planner and his business pen. God bless Doug, we will meet again!
We pray for your comfort, take care!
Moses, Tracy, Carol (Mom) and family
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