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December 10, 2016

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May 9, 2016
Your Second Life friends mourn your passing, but we are forever grateful for the love you gave to so many across the globe. Your gentle, creative, giving spirit, your appreciation of music, gift of advice, positive attitude, quiet presence, appreciation of the smallest things, and your tremendous humor all was a huge blessing to those who met you. We all pray for your family and friends for strength and healing through God's grace and mercy. We are very sorry for your loss and will continue to pray for you all.
January 5, 2016
Donnie will always be in our hearts!
January 4, 2016
January 4, 2016
For Deborah and the Robinson family,

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of my good work buddy, Donnie. I was hopeful that he could win this final battle.

Donnie was a loyal and highly respected colleague and friend to all of us here at Howard County's Bureau of Utilities. What impressed me most about Donnie was the positive disposition he brought with him every day of his life. He might have been embarrassed by this statement but I have to say that Donnie was a ray of sunshine in the workplace and with anyone he worked with.

Donnie always worked hard to learn more and make himself better, and he was always willing to help other people. He became our indispensable IT guy. Oh, I admit that Donnie could be stubborn at times (especially with me, which is not to imply that I'm stubborn!) but that was because he was intensely dedicated to learning, knowing and doing things the right way.

I enjoyed my conversations with Donnie about history, news, music, Gettysburg, and life's ups and downs. It was obvious that Deborah, who Donnie most often referred to as my girl, and his family were the light of his life. He often spoke of his appreciation for your care and support and the great comfort it brought to him.

I will surely miss Donnie and will always treasure his good soul.

Sadly and Respectfully,
Don Campbell
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