Dana and Drew -
Your Dad was quite a man. He was my first boss when I got into supervision at DESC. We had many laughs together and stayed in touch after his retirement. He always spoke so highly of you two kids as you could do nothing wrong in his eyes. May he rest at peace in heaven. I'll miss you Cat.
Daddy I love you and miss you so much! I miss the sound of your voice, your hugs and kisses, your silly stories, and the way you always encouraged me. I always felt loved and valued. You were the best dad anyone could ask for. I will see you and mom again someday and we will all be together. Your loving daughter.
I knew Don when, as a recent high school graduate in 1978, I started as a clerk typist in Procurement. I was there approximately a year and a half and then was transferred to another department. Coincidentally, My father, Eugene Grycz worked with your Dad at the old Gentile. Your dad was always energentic, funny, and kind to me. What a lovely, special person! Please accept my sympathy to all you and your family
Veronica Grycz Beardsley
I knew Don (Cat) when I worked at Gentile/DESC for Mr. T.P. Lynch--a long time ago. Cat kept our whole branch smiling with his awesome personality. Please extend my deepest sympathy to all the family.
Dear Drew and Dana, I was deeply saddened to hear of your father's passing. I considered both he and your mom really great friends of mine through St. Helen's, and I spent many happy occasions with them over the years. It is always difficult when you lose a loved one, but now Don and Eleanor are at peace together again in heaven. Condolences and prayers to you, Tom Lowen