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November 16, 2018

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November 12, 2018
I miss Don very much. Whenever he gave a lecture to students at Kishwaukee College, he always came by my classroom to say "Hello, Doc!". Don & his friend Ken and I enjoyed many interesting conversations together, too.


It a privilege for me to have known Don.


Phil Vandrey
July 12, 2018
It was an honor and a privilege to have known Don Schoo. He was a true gentleman! His stories put history books to shame, but he was equally endearing when talking about current, every day topics like a new floor mop that his daughter in law, Donna, had. His love of his country was second only to his love of his family. Don Schoo is once again at the front (of the) line, this time to be welcomed.
July 11, 2018
Sorry about the passing of Don he will be missed.
July 11, 2018
Rest in peace Donald (or as I knew him, Mr Schoo). Dan was my best friend in High School and I spent a lot of time at his house during those years. Mr and Mrs Schoo were almost second parents to me. Donald (I guess I can call him that now being 67 years old) was an inspiration and one of the reasons I decided to go to West Point and serve in the US Army. His service to his country is something that cannot be honored enough - a true member of the Greatest Generation.