With Don at the wheel and busting through the dense jungle at 35 mph in the Company Truck that maybe our Credo Of The Day shouldn't be... "No Guts No Glory"
Don is gone, but he's whole again! Indeed, he's being missed by family, dear and close ones near and far. We had the privilege of meeting Don and Sandie in the Canal Zone and, in that very short time, had the opportunity to seeing Don at his best: fishing, making beautiful things with his hands, talking about important concerns, laughing and enjoying life in general. Our get-togethers were awesome! Thanks for the wonderful memories ...
- Jim and Laly
The times I had been with Don, and they were short moments as it was usually when I was visiting Sandie, the short time we conversed, it was evident of your humor and smarts. Would have loved to experience more time to get acquainted better. It's been more than a month since you began your journey, Peace be with you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of loss. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help out.
Erik & Theresa
Don, the unique individual, we've known each other since kindergarten. You leave a hole in the fabric of my life. With love and condolences to Betsy and Allen.
Blessings, Sandie, in your "new normal" life.
Don you were one of the good guys. Always protecting what was right. You were smart and never boring. Thanks for being my friend. There is a big hole in my heart, but my memories are going to fill it up.
What fun the Three of us had back in the day, that's what I will always remember.
From my family to yours with regards to Mr. Reynolds.
It was an honor to know him and I know that one day we'll all meet at the big table again.
May 28, 2013
Sandie, The Schneider family sends our sincere thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Don was one of our monthly poker players and we learned to respect him for his intelligence and humor. And we learned to respect both of you during our road repair sessions. Stan, Betty and our girls.
Sandie, Carla and I deeply admire the courage both you and Gordon showed through this ordeal. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in these days of grief. Knowing you, I'm sure you have many wonderful memories of your years together.
What a valiant fight throughout his life - all the way. I am honored to have briefly known Don. On this Memorial Day it seems fitting to honor Don's life and his service to our country.
Our deepest sympathy on your loss .We know it was a long& hard battle
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Sandie, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. I wish we had gotten to know you guys better. Don, with his gruff ways and his apparent affinity for hard work reminded my wife of her late father. Because they seemed so much alike, although Don was much taller, it was easy to see that Don had a softer side too. He was a great neighbor and will be missed. If we can help in any way don't hesitate to call us.
Sandie and family, I'm so glad I was able to get to know Don and to witness first hand the love he had/has for his family, his sense of humor, and his stubborn nature... His presence is still among us. Sandie, you know you have many, many friends who are here for you. My love to all of you.
I will miss you my friend.Its hard to say goodbye.R.I.P.
Uncle Don...your strong presence will be missed. Thanks for your kind words and support through Rob's deployment.
Don,We all miss you so much, But I truly believe you are now Sandies guardian Angel,and always will be with her.