Don, it's been months since I learned you passed. I haven't been able to say good bye, but know I must. Maybe not good bye, but see you later. Knowing I can't call you for advice or just a supportive shoulder makes me sad. I treasure the gifts you gave me and have many treasures I bought in our outings. They remind me of the good times we shared many years ago. You were a gentleman and a good son to your mom, some thing I respected so much about you. There is a blank space you left in my heart and I will always miss you. Rest easy my dear friend, thanks for sharing your life with me. Martha Moldaver
Don had been a good friend for 25 years. I will sorely miss him.
Shocked that I won't be seeing Don in line at the sales, sad, will miss him.
Don, I have been thinking about you these past few weeks and trying to say goodbye. I first met you in your Dewey phase in probably 1971 or so when you had that orange 57 Chevy.You were truly a character even back then. Our paths have crossed and separated many times over the past 40 or so years. You helped me with lots of questions as I started holding estate sales. You became a good friend to my brother John, especially in his last months of life. The two of you played some merciless pranks on me, but they always got a round of laughs, even from me. I hope you will be at peace now and be surrounded by the people and things you love. Look after my brother John for me and I will look after Diane here for you. Goodbye my friend.
Don was a good friend and an expert at what he did...We miss him....Randy and Theresa