In the final analysis this word is far worse of without Don as an active particapant in it. Rest in Peace Pal. I love you. Tom Fox
My heart goes out to the Fox family in their loss. Don was an Amazing Kid growing up, and appears to have been a better man. I remember him riding his 10 speed bike to fire calls, and it seemed he always got there well before the fire dept :) Fond memories of hanging out, and growing up with him in the neighborhood. He is a true Hero and amazing person.
Kelly, we are so sorry to hear about the death of your wonderful brother, Don. We know you loved him so much and are so happy that you had the time to be with him during his last days on this earth. We are thinking about you so much right now and all of our prayers and thoughts are with you and your entire family. Don is up in heaven with the other angels now and he will always be looking over your family and being your guardian angel. All of us in St. Louis love you very much, God be with you and may Don rest in peace......
Judi...you and the kids are in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you so much for allowing those of us who never met Don to be a part of your journey. Please know you are loved by many and that Don's physical seperation from your family is only temporary.
In my duties as a member of the Matteson Fire Dept. and an instructor at Prairie State College,Don and I crossed paths many times. He was a true professional and a caring person. A loss in every sense of the word. Rest in peace Brother.