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September 17, 2013
I've known Don since Lamar High School. He was a kind and sweet man. Over the years with mutual friends we've enjoyed many laughs. I'll miss you, Don.
Ann Hibbert
September 14, 2013
I have known Don since High School. He was such a wonderful man and it was an honor to be his friend. So many fond memories of being at Adger and Glenna's ranch over so many New Year's Eves. I would take my Dad, who was in his 90's (the life of the party) and Don was so good to him. Later, when I would come to visit in Dallas, Don would take me out to see Glenna and Adger in Rockwall. He was such a good person. So many people will miss him. I know I will. I wish that I had been in touch with him after he moved to Georgetown. Barbara Lee Brown Teas
September 10, 2013
My sincerest condolences on the death of your father. He was a fine man. Kathy Kerr
September 09, 2013
To Don's family,
My sincere sympathy...Don taught parelegal for me when I was Dean of Nixon Clay Business College. He became a dear friend. We talked after he moved to Georgetown.
Dr. Bill Whitt
Round Rock

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