The members of the 32nd Inf Reg Assn send our sympathy to Mr. Skelton's Family. He will be missed and we are sorry to receive this death notice so late. He was a brave soldier to survive the Chosin Reservoir battle.
In my conversations with Don over the many past years, I found him to be a really fine man and a good American. By watching his children interact with him I concluded that he was a great dad. I hope for the children that those good memories will give you peace and comfort now and in the future.
Sincerely, Bob Schwinger
What a great man he was..I will always remember his smile and he was always so nice to everyone..he will be greatly missed..My heart goes out to all his family and I hope you find peace..God Bless
I will always remember Donald Skelton. He was a wonderful man.I served Donald and his family many times at Holleman's.Such a nice man and wonderful family.God bless all of you.
I remember Don with a smile. He and his wife were wonderful people. RIP
Don and his wwonderful wife and family are very much loved by me.Don was one of the bravest men I ever knew, he was a veteran twice!! The things he saw in battle we're unforgettable he use to tell me. He rose above all of that and allways was kind and gentle. Volunteered at the Veterans Hospital and had such a compassion for the soldiars their. God bless all they family.I love you .I also loved your parents.
With great respect to you all Terry Kurtz
My sincere condolences on your loss. Don was a wonderful friend and I will always treasure the fond memories that we all shared together.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Barbara and Rob and Family!
May you be with the Angels and your loved ones in heaven. We miss you, your smile and wisdom.