I remember Don very well from Bosse class of '57. I am sorry to learn of his death, but pleased to learn of his family and his careers. It was a good life, well-lived. My warmest wishes to all of you, his family. Marilyn May Stanonis, Henderson, Ky.
To all of Don' s family, my deepest condolences. My husband and I met Don when we joined the Coast Guard Auxiliary and developed a very good friendship thru the years we served together.
I have many fond memories of when I lived on Columbia Street next door to Don as a child. We had some great adventures such as camping in my back yard using an old quilt as a tent. Having lost touch, it appears that Don went on to have a full and rewarding life.
My thoughts are with all of you who were close to Don. My warmest condolences reach out to Don's descendants, my life-long friends, Dan, Dorothy, Darren and Debbie (deceased). So sorry for your pain. I wish the best for you always. The only memories I have of your father are good memories.
I remember Don as a friendly warm classmate at Bosse High School. I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you. God Bless!
Jack Ferguson, Bosse class of 1957
growing up with my cousin, Don,is the happiest memory of my life...
Nothing Beautiful In This World Is Ever Really Lost Those We Cherish Will Always Live On In Memory.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Deaconess Home Medical Equipment and Infusion Staff
Although we can't be with you during this time of loss. You're in our thoughts and prayers. I will miss Uncle Dons phone calls. But once again we will see each other again one day.