Douglas Elbert Eubank age 66 of Murfreesboro passed away August 5, 2011 at Roanoke Chowan Hospital in Ahoskie.
He was the husband of the late Molly Goggin Eubank.
Their memorial service will be held Sunday, August 7, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the auditorium of the Columns Building at Chowan University in Murfreesboro,N.C.
Once I was an international student at Chowan College. Mr.Eubank was so kind to me. He invited me to dinner knowing that I am left at the domitory during Christmas. He was so sweet. I am so sad to know that he passed away 8 years ago. I had not have chace to go back to North Carolina since I graduated. I wish I could go back to Murfreesboro to see him before he passed away.
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I just read about Doug and Molly’s passing in the Morehead State University Alumni Newsletter. I am shocked and saddened to hear about this. I remember them as fellow students from over 40 years ago, and the fun times we had in the Art Department at MSU. Rest in peace, Doug and Molly. My deepest sympathy to their children and other family.
Your dad was so proud of ….. as he said it “My Molly” and now he is dancing again with her……kept each other going………take care of each other…..(you boys don”t know me but I knew your folks…….our daughter is Mary Willson Dilday………just thinking about you……all…….
I will miss my good friends so much. I wish one of Mr Eubanks students would have spoken on behalf of all the young people he inspired over the years.He was a friend to all students – art or not! He made everyone feel special and welcome to come to his office or his classroom. He took me to NY for the 1st time and I’ve been almost every fall since then (17 years ago) and I think of him every time. Molly and Doug were both so laid back and never let the small things get them down – they didn’t even let the big things get them down! Super people with HUGE hearts. It will take a while for my heart to mend but I know they are no longer suffering. 🙂
I am so sorry for your loss of your parents. I had Mr. Eubank as a teacher at Chowan University. He really was an excellent teacher. I will be praying for your family to get through this difficult time.
DOUG WAS MY FRIEND. HE WAS FUNNY, KIND, SWEET. HE WAS SO SMART, YET SO HUMBLE. I WILL MISS HIS LAUGH. HE WAS MY FRIEND.
Lance & Tadd,
So very sorry to hear about Doug & Molly. Remember: They ae in Heaven holding hands and talking aobut you
The very talented and interesting Doug Eubank was an inspiration here in the town and at Chowan U. He will be greatly missed, as will Molly! They were a delightful couple.
May God’s blessing be on your sons as they carry on without you here but with assurance that you will meet again in Heaven.
The memorial service was so fitting for Mollie & Doug. I was so surprised to hear of Doug’s passing on Saturday morning. God knows better what our needs are than we do and I guess God knew that Doug needed to join Mollie. I never really knew their personal relationship, but it is evident now they must have been soul mates. You are both blessed to have had parents like Mollie & Doug and I hope time will help heal the loss you are feeling now. Know that you have a multitude of friends to draw from. Our hearts go out to you in prayer. Love, Johnnie & Debbie Cobb