Douglas Stuart Sandiland (1947 - 2010)
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Douglas Stuart Sandiland (1947 - 2010) was born on May 28, 1947 at Austria, Europe County. He was born into the Sandiland family.
He died on June 26, 2010 at Antiques Roadshow, died on the floor, Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana at age 63. His cause of death is listed as: heart Attack.
Douglas Stuart Sandiland's last known residence is at Primary Residence, owned, 1020 S. Tracy, Bozeman,, Gallatin County, Montana USA.
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- Given name
- Sandiland family history
- Last Known Residence
Primary Residence, owned,
1020 S. Tracy, Bozeman,, Gallatin County, Montana USA
at Antiques Roadshow, died on the floor,
Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana
- Cause of death
- Heart Attack
Bachelor of Film and TV
Montana State University
123 E. Main Street
- Military Service
UN Army, Private
1 tour: Vietnam
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viewed on Bozeman Daily Chronicle
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Doug was known in the family as a rather wild, drug user, and womanizer. He used himself up rather earlier than normal. He became morbidly obese and developed diabetes in his middle years. He lost 2 toes to diabetes and had serious heart trouble also. He has a 5 bypass open chest surgery. Later needed 2 stents installed and one final procedure of a pacemaker. The heart trouble resulted in his death at the Antiques Roadshow in June 2010 at Billings, Montana. Doug married once which lasted a short time.
His early school years were spent at Valley Forge Military Academy in Pennsylvania.