Doug Moore Obituary, Death – Thank you to everyone; he was my true love. I’m not sure how I’ll manage without him, but I will since that’s what he would want. Oh wow, another heartbreak. What a wonderful man; we enjoyed seeing him when he established the sandwich store and getting to visit him occasionally. Was he still in the neighborhood?
He took part in the basketball program and the OMEGA PSI PHI (Lampodas Club) during the 1964–1965 academic year. During his two years as a classroom teacher, Doug was a part of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). 1970 saw Doug begin his employment with the Ohio Laborer’s Training and Upgrading Program. He was serving as the program’s assistant director of administration and training at the time. The Laborer’s District Council of Ohio and the Ohio Contractor Association collaborated on this project as a labor-management team.
He started working with Laborer’s Local 423 in 1972, where he eventually rose to the positions of director of adult education and business agent. Doug then accepted a post at the Adult Basic Education Laborers Local 423 as director of education, where he served from 1971 until 1974. In 1973, he led the A.N.D. (Attention to Neglected Disease) Sickle Cell Anemia program while serving as the executive director of Woodland Medical Center during this period. He advanced in his career and between the years of 1974 and 1977 worked for Laborers Local 423 as both the Business Agent and the Social Service Coordinator.
After being highly involved with the Mt. Vernon Plaza Youth Association as a coach from 1980 to 1981, he was heavily involved with The Mohawk Raiders Football Little League as the director. He participated actively in the Mount Vernon Plaza Youth Association. As a Code Enforcement officer in the Department of Development for the City of Columbus, Doug began his employment there in 1980. Doug was in charge of upholding numerous local laws. He joined AFSCME Local 1632, also known as the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, in 1980.