MAGEE, DOYLE CONAN, DR (VETERAN WWII) - Washington County, Louisiana | DOYLE CONAN, DR (VETERAN WWII) MAGEE - Louisiana Gravestone Photos


Ellis Cemetery
Washington County,

US Army
World War II
July 17, 1907 - April 5, 1988

Husband of Gretchan Caroline Ott Magee
Baton Rouge Advocate
April 8, 1988
Magee, Dr Doyle Conan

Died Sunday, April 3, 1988, at Clearwater Community Hospital, Clearwater, Florida. He was 80, a native of Franklinton, Louisiana and resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Kalispell, Montana. He was a retired dentist, having practiced in Ponchatoula, Louisiana and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He was a veteran of World War II.

Survived by daughters Caroline Kendrick Magee Loupe, Portland, Maine and Jeanne Ann Magee, Clearwater, Florida; sister, Velma Magee Fousse, Baton Rouge; granddaughter, Kerry Lynn Drummond Loupe, Orono, Maine; step-niece, Vera Fousse Holladay, Baton Rouge; and friends in Louisiana and the northwestern states where he resided and traveled in later years.

Preceded in death by parents, Joel Newton and Lula Jenkins Magee; brothers, Dr T C W Magee and Clyde J Magee; and sister, Lula Mae Magee.
Pallbearers will be Earl Tucker, J W Smith, Godfrey Steib, Raymond Shaffer, Bob Meador and Dr O P Waldrys. Honorary pallbearer is Carl Drude.

He was a graduate of Tulane University and LSU School of Dentistry. He was a Tulane University player in the Rose Bowl in 1931. Memorial donations may be made to American Heart Association.

Photo courtesy of Bonnie D

Contributed on 11/25/19 by billsully060
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Submitted: 11/25/19 • Approved: 11/26/19 • Last Updated: 11/29/19 • R240279-G0-S3

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