\n\nDouglas Lawrence Duff\nDoug Duff was born August 7, 1964 to Gerry (now deceased) and Mary Bell Duff in Greeneville, TN.\nDoug graduated from ETSU with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1987. He worked a successful career in sales and management positions within the petroleum equipment industry. He also sold real estate in Greene County through Parrish Realty. In both fields Doug received numerous sales achievement awards and was known as an outstanding sales professional.\n \nIn his life, Doug worked to create a better and stronger community in Greene County. Doug was instrumental in garnering wide-ranging community support in fundraising for the building improvements to the Greene County YMCA. Doug served as a Vice-President then President of the local YMCA Board, and he coached soccer and basketball for children through the YMCA. He was an active member at the Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church where he served as an elder, participated in numerous church committees and chaperoned youth outings. He was a long-time member of the local Ducks Unlimited. After his retirement, Doug dedicated much of his time to organizing and working with the Greene County Firewood Ministry. He saw that ministry as a family of friends who tirelessly serve those in the community who are most in need. Doug was a farmer, duck hunter, labrador lover, golfer and supporter of University of Tennessee Athletics. He was a faithful and loving son, husband and father. To those who called him a friend, he was honest, steadfast and true.\nHe is survived by his wife of 23 years, Melissa Duff (Greeneville); daughter,\nSavannah Duff (Greeneville); son, Hunter Duff (Oak Ridge); mother, Mary\nBell Duff (Greeneville); father and mother-in-law, Jimmie and Louise Higgins (Greeneville); brother and sister-in-law, Chris and Marianna Higgins (Johnson City); nephew, Ben Higgins (Johnson City); aunt, Alice Mayes (Lenoir City); uncle, Bill Rogers (Alamonte Springs, FL) and several cousins. \nPreceding him in death was his father, Gerry Duff (Greeneville); grandparents, Ralph and Helen Phelps and Bob and Kathleen Duff (Lenoir City); aunt, Joan Phelps Rogers (Alamonte Springs, FL); uncles and aunt, Sidney Mayes, Gene and Dora Duff (Lenoir City).\nA gathering of family and friends will be held on Friday July 15th from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the fellowship hall of Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church with a service to be held in the sanctuary immediately following. \nIn leiu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made to the Greene County Firewood Ministry C/O Amy Thomas; 80 Splatter Creek Road; Limestone,TN 37681.