Dear Aunt Evelyn and Family,
I'm am so sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Don. I have such great memories of him that date all the way back to the 70's....when we would make family trips back and forth from New York to Ohio...to his most recent visit to the country house in upstate New York just a few years ago. I distinctly remember having some great conversations with him as we sat around eating New York pizza trying to solve the problems of the world. He had a great perspective on life and I always enjoyed being in his company. He will always be remembered as a true gentlemen and a loving family man. We will miss him greatly and will always keep him in our thoughts and prayers.
Wishing you peace and love during this difficult time.
Chris McGrath and Family
Evelyn and family, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Don was always such a kind, loving gentleman. I will always remember and cherish meeting you both for the 1st time at Miami. Don was so nice and treated Matt and I like he had known us forever and made it such an enjoyable time. You all are so richly blessed to have had him in your lives. My prayers and God's riches blessings are raining down on all of you in hopes of giving you peace and comfort during this difficult time. I know that with time, family and friends, lots and lots of wonderful memories, and GOD'S comforting arms, your hearts will mend but never forget. It was a pleasure knowing him and may he now rest in peace in comfort with our LORD GOD. Bless you and all your family. Love, Nancy Myers
DON WAS A REAL GENTLEMAN.
Evelyn and family,
Jane and I are on the road traveling to Tucson for the winter and received the E-mail regarding Don. Know that you and your family are in our prayers.
I have very fond memories of many dealings with Don during my 38+ years at EOG.
He will be greatly missed by the family and the many friends who knew him.
Evelyn and family,
You and your family are in our prayers.I have many good memories of my dealings with Don during my 38+ years with EOG.
He will be greatly missed.
John and Jane Schurr