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Dallas Duane "DD" Lough
June 19, 1943 ~ September 28, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
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Having accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior on January 19, 1988, Dallas Duane “DD” Lough passed into the gates of Heaven on September 28, 2023. Born in Warren, Ohio to Dallas R. “Doc” Lough and Elizabeth Virgina “Ginny” Marozzi Lough on June 19, 1943. Dallas grew up in Charleston, WV before moving to Warren, OH as an adult. He remained in Austintown, OH for most of his life. He spent the last years of his life in West Milford, WV. Dallas worked at General Motors Lordstown for many years as a laborer, union leader and union representative before starting his own business as the CEO of an Employee Assistance Program. He ended his career as an Executive of a children’s residential center. Dallas was an avid OSU Buckeyes, WVU Mountaineers and Cleveland Browns fan and a longtime member of Trinity Fellowship Church in Boardman, Ohio. Dallas was preceded in death by his parents, brother Roger Lough and sister Carol Eli and husband Dave. He is survived by his fiancée, Kim Lewis, who provided love and companionship, and his loving sister, Sharon Illig, whom he adored. He is also survived by his children Craig Lough, Todd Lough, Lori (Russ) Sallaz and Dan (Wendy) Lough; his grandchildren Aron (Megan) Lough, Eric (Savannah) Lough, Dani Sharp, Griffin (Holly) Lough, Zack (Mari) Sallaz, Rachel Sallaz, Krystal (Cody) Sallaz, Brian (Sandy) Sallaz, Brandon Lough, Candyce Lough, many great grandchildren, nephews and cousins. Dallas will be remembered most for his humor and his orneriness, which he kept to the end, and his generosity. He was loved deeply by family and friends alike, who will agree we didn’t have enough time with him even though he lived 80 years. He will be greatly missed but will live on in our hearts and the many stories we will always have to remember him by. To know him was to love, respect and adore him. There will be no services at his request. Davis Funeral Home is handling the arrangements and honored to serve the Lough family. Online condolences can be made at www.davisfuneralhomewv.com.