Doug Plummer Death – Doug Plummer, a resident of Sharon Springs, New York, and the Co-owner of American Hotel has sadly passed away. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “RIP Doug Plummer!! You were an amazing person with a huge heart. Thank you for always making me feel welcomed in Sharon Springs and for just showing kindness and love! Garth Roberts I am so sorry for your loss- my heart goes out to you and your family during this time!”
Who was Doug Plummer?
Growing up in Fairview Village, Pennsylvania, Doug Plummer attended New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire, and Arundel, Sussex, England, where he received his bachelor’s degree in theater arts. Following graduation, Doug relocated to New York City in an attempt to pursue a career in theater.
He eventually took a full-time job at Glorious Food, a catering business, where he gained useful experience and got ready for an unidentified hospitality career. Among Doug’s acting credits are a spell as the 75th anniversary Nestlé’s Morsel and an orderly on the soap drama Another World. Doug and his husband Garth Roberts made the decision to move to upstate New York after ten years in New York City.
About Doug Plummer
In order to prepare for their next venture, the restoration of the abandoned American Hotel, which served as a catalyst for the revitalization of Sharon Springs, where Doug has served as a village trustee and mayor, Doug and Garth opened their first business, The Rockville Café, in Sharon Spring in 1993. The café operated for seven and a half years.
He was described as mayor of Sharon Springs, raconteur par excellence, the man whose aura always entered a room three feet before he entered a room, and one of those gentlemen who could carry off a kilt with equal parts suavity and swashbuckler.
Doug Plummer’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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