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DONALD NEFF 1936 - 2013
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February 06, 2014
I will never forget the first time my grandpa handed over control of the craft to me. I still prefer the front seat of a piper to the first class seat of a 747. My only condolence is seeing, in my minds eye, my grandpa and grandma playing 18holes tirelessly. My grandma sculpting and hand painting her beautiful art and my grandpa flying as he loved to do.
January 15, 2014
A wonderful pilot and an engaging friend.
Alan Dugard
January 14, 2014

I Spent many a week with DON and his crew on alert at good old CAN DO U In beautiful Peru Indiana. A memorable for all that shared a love for flying. He will be sadly missed by all his fellow comrades. PEACE BE WITH YOU.
January 13, 2014
We had a wonderful set of people in the B-58 program and Don was one of the very best!
January 13, 2014
I was also a student pilot during the 65 to 66 years and Don was my instructor in T-38's. He was a outstanding instructor and extremely well liked by all. Our condolences to his family
January 13, 2014
Don was one of the nicest guys ever to be around. Our condolences to Don's family, you can be very proud of him.
Bob and Carolyn Eve, Nowata, Oklahoma, Close friend of Don and his banker at Nellis AFB and a fellow B-58 flyer.
January 12, 2014
I was a student pilot at Vance Air Force Base in 1965-1966 and met Don while he was an instructor in T-38's there. I had the privilege of flying with him a few times. A really great guy and instructor. My condolences to his family.
January 12, 2014
Don was my advanced flight training instructor at Vance AFB (1966, T-38s) and one of the most decent officers I encountered during 26 years in the Air Force. We have all lost a role model.
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