After learning the unfortunate news of his death, the country music industry issued a message of condolences. Singer Jeannie Seely (Jeannie Seely) said in a statement: “I am sorry to hear about Doug Supernaw’s death.” “Although I don’t know him well, he always Very friendly and kind, and hope to get to know him better. He is a very talented person and very supportive of our Dottie West birthday party. Thank you and Doug Rip.”
Country rock band Exile added: “Doug is a good guy, a good entertainer, and no doubt a Texan! We express our sympathy to his family, fans and the country music community.
Singer Linda Davis wrote in a statement: “We have lost another member of the country music family.”
David Ball reflected this view and wrote: “After moving to East Texas, we have known him and his lovely wife Sisi over the past few years. Let the family continue Pray. “Reno, what a song! “
“Doug Supernaw is always a welcome sight when our road crosses the road! I love his brilliant smile and warm heart!” Deborah Allen wrote Said: “He is super sweet to me, and a super talent! Doug has a great love for country music and all his friends and fans! Feelings are exchanged. People who know him will Love Doug Supernaw forever, miss it, and remember him forever.”