Discovered Don's passing while doing research for a video. I was shocked that he is gone, and surprised by the number of intense memories that filled my heart.
We Played football together, got into trouble together, got out of trouble together, drank beer together, and even fought together on the same side.
Goodbye my childhood friend.
I have lost a brother...my best friend. Don was part of my family. Visiting DeKalb will not be the same.
Steve,Teresa, and the Irving family,
Sorry to hear of Don's passing. I'm glad I was able to get to know him. He was a fun guy. My thoughts and prayers.
Steve, TJ, and family, I'm so very sorry for your loss. What a great guy he was. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
I am so very sorry to hear about Don...peace to Don and all who loved him.
I am very sorry to hear of Don's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Steve,Bryan and Leonard. It was an honor to have been a friend and co worker with don. He was a man full of life and very straight forward.I will miss him. May God bring you peace in this time of sorrow.
Bry and family, So sorry to hear about your brother. I'm sorry I never met him. Donna Elshatshat
Thoughts and prayers are with all the Irving families. Keep the memories close.
Elaine (Doherty) Latimer
Steve, Bry, and Leonard - We have all lost a great guy with the hearty laugh. We will miss seeing him at the Elks next time we're in town. He is no longer in pain. Keep the memories close to your heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Rog and Judy Warkins, Navarre, FL.
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers are with you.
Steve, Bry and Leonard - We have all lost a great guy. We will miss him and his hearty laugh at the Elks when we're back in town. He is no longer in pain. Keep the memories close to your heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Leonard, and the Irving family: I am so sorry Don is gone. I'm another Terrace Drive graduate who has many, many great memories of Don. One of the funniest, most giving human beings I've had the privilege to know. He will be missed. Whether it was skiing, going to a concert, or just hanging out, he was so much fun. They broke the mold when they made Don!
Our prayers go out to Don and all who loved him.
Pastor Jon and the people of FirstUMC-DeKalb.
Our deepest sympathy to Leonard ,Steve, Brian, and the entire Irving family..So sorry to hear about Don..He was a good man....Rick and Billie Woodyatt
I am so sorry about Don. You all have my sympathy. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Steve and Family, so sorry to hear about Don. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you say goodbye. Malorie Nelson
Leonard, grew up with Donny on Terrace Drive... many many memories, kindergarten thru high school...including my first kiss at 5 years old!!! Last time we visited, was at my dad's funeral this past january. I was honored to have him in my life and I know he is up there entertaining the angels and keeping watch over you and family
deepest sympathy to the entire Irving family
with great affection
My deepest sympathy to Bry and Steve and to all members of the Irving family. May you have comfort in the many memories of him growing up, he will be missed by all who shared his life.
Leonard, Bry, and Steve, I will always remember the great times I had with Don snow skiing, water skiing and concert going. He was a great guy, always the life of the party. Don was the kind of a guy that if he saw you needed help he would just jump right in, he didn't needed to be asked. He will be missed dearly by all that knew him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. John Larson
Leonard, our thoughts and prayers go out to you and the family, so sorry for your loss.
We're sorry to hear of your loss. We enjoyed visiting with you both while Todd lived in DeKalb.
Bry and family, I am so sorry to hear about Don's passing. What an example of great courage he has left us all.
So sorry to hear of your loss. Don will be missed.
Thoughts and prayers for the family. Don was a great guy who was full of Love & Life- My husband always enjoyed working for him.
Don, I love you, and hope to see you when it's my time. You continue toinspire me to be my best. Please, watch over Leonard. I will always remember you, & the laughter and adventure we shared generously. Thank you for teaching me how to make strained glass, encouraging me to dance more, and our car rides together.
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy upon the passing of Don. He had a larger-than-life personality which enchanted everyone ~ he always had a big, warm, welcoming smile and will be remembered by all who knew and loved him.
Sorry to hear of Don's passing. He and the rest of the Irvings have contributed so much to the City. My thoughts are with the family.
Don had a gift of making people laugh. he will missed by many. I am sorry for your loss of a brother and friend.
I will remember Don with a smile and friendly conversation whether I ran into him at the hospital or the Cancer Center, even on his more trying days. He is finally pain free.....may he Rest In Peace.
Thank you for giving of yourself for your community despite your personal suffering. You were a kind and giving soul. May you rest in peace.
Don,you'll always be Timmie's big brother that lived down the street in Tilton Park.
Bryant & Steve and Leonard (&families) you're all in our thoughts and prayers. Don truly will be missed.
Sylvia & Frank Kerzich