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November 30, 2013
Don was one of the finest men I've ever known. I am thankful for the opportunity I had to work with him. He taught me a lot over the years. I sorry he has passed, but I know he is rejoicing with his heavenly father now.
November 28, 2013
I will forever remember Uncle Donald for his generous spirit. He faithfully visited my dad, his brother Jack, when he was sick. When I would talk with mom or dad on the phone they'd say, "Donald came by and brought us some corn or some tomatoes..." always something from his garden. When I was in college and I'd come home for the weekend, I'd see him at Arial church on Sunday. He'd come up to me, ask me how things were going, shake my hand...and when I pulled it back there'd be a folded piece of money to help pay for the trip back to Charleston. I will also remember Donald's love of fishing. He was a legendary angler. When he found out I had been fly fishing out west he was keen to hear about what rivers I had fished. And growing up, I loved to hear his fish tales! I also recently found out that he was learning to play guitar. When he was visiting while Dad was sick, we both played a few chords. You have to appreciate his young at heart attitude in wanting to try something new like that! I will also forever remember Donald's faith and love for his church. He worked hard to keep Arial United Methodist church going. I can still hear his voice on the 5th Sunday night singing calling out, "Let's sing number 400 in the blue book." And we'd all sing his favorite, "Trust And Obey." I'll miss the twinkle in his eye--the same twinkle my dad had. Betty, Tim, Mitch and Greg, I'll be praying for you and your families. Your dad was a special man, a renaissance man with a generous and loving heart. God blessed us all with Donald.
November 27, 2013
I was so sad when I learned of Donald's death. So many wonderful memories growing up in Arial Methodist. He was a good Christian man. Betty, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
November 26, 2013
I was so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. I worked with Andrew and felt like I knew his Papa through all the great stories. Andrew, you and your family are in my prayers.
November 26, 2013
Betty and family: So sorry to hear of the loss of Donald. He was my Sunday School teacher at Arial Methodist for many years, and I saw him a good bit thru the Alice Mfg Credit Union. He will be greatly missed.
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