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June 29, 2013
I don't like to take up so much of these entries but . I like to write about things like this - Dons wonderful family was there greeting everyone with kindness and passion- the boys stood tall knowing they had their place for their dad- both bridgid and Jessica looked beautiful in their sorrow and when the flag came out it was pure love that I know he had for his children . im going to miss don along with many others- I spent a lot of time with Don the last year-what should be reconized is the LOVE he had for his family despite horrible pain - D.william King
June 29, 2013
You will always live in our hearts and prayers. May God bless you and your family.

Brian
June 28, 2013
Don and I went to a bluegrass get together with some friends near coleman,wi.years ago. as we entered the gate area a big sign hung in front of us no dogs allowed so I pulled Don to the side and told him to slip on some dark shades-because we never went any where without his beloved german shepard STAR. well star was now a seeing eye dog.anyway during the concert I think it was a speaker that loosened up. so-I turned around people had let out a gasp it was Don climbing up ahuge tower. everything soon went quiet until some gal lets out a scream and yells hey look at that blind guy he can he can climb like crazy. well I laughed so hard I sliped into a mud puddle. it was classic Don.- D. William King
June 27, 2013
June 27, 2013
Sending loving thoughts to Grandma and the rest of the family. Don's suffering is long gone and he will be able to fulfill his mission of peace from above. Deepest Sympathies.
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