I'm so sorry to hear of Don's passing. I remember my trip to Kentucky for the 50th reunion of the 100th Infantry in 1995 with my mom and dad. We later went on to tour Indiana and stayed in Brown County at a lodge dad had visited as a young man. It was the first time I had met Don and remember him as a compassionate, intelligent man. Many fine memories... Blessings to your family.
My son was a patient of Dr. Fernbach,s 34 years ago. We were in the parking lot in those days. He was the kindest most accessible Dr anyone could ask for . Timmy didn't t live but was treated with such love and respect. We helped as little as we could with the first RMH. 33years later I volunteer at TCH for RMH . I can t thank him enough for all he did for my toddler. Joanne hansen
My condolences to the Fernbach family. My dad always spoke fondly of Don, both from their Army days and in later years when they reconnected. We're very sorry for your loss and are keeping you in our thoughts during this difficult time.
A witty conversationalist and a great doctor. He made a difference in so many lives. His memory lives on.
Mrs Fernbach, Susan, Judy and all the family, my mother, Leonor Smith and I want to send our heartfelt condolences on Dr Fernbach's passing. We know he is embraced in paradise by our Lord and Savior. May you be comforted in the days and weeks ahead. Dr Fernbach made such a contribution to so many lives. I was honored to have crossed his path while he was on this earth. May God bless you all.