Barbara & Gisela, Have been out of town and just received word of your loss. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you as you begin a new journey in your lives. Surely a bright evening star will shine and Don's smile will brighten the heavens. Light, love, power, presence - and all is well! Hugs to you both, Ray & Pat
Ms. Stellard, Barb, Jai and i are thinking about you during this time of sorrow. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. May the Lord surround you during this difficult time.
Dear Gisela and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers have been with you and the family today. It is not easy to say bye to a loved one and someone as special as Don, for so many years. We know it is best for him, but difficult for the rest of you. God love you all.
Just a note to let you know we are thinking of you in your time of sorrow.
Barb, Just wanted to say how sorry I am that you lost your dad. My thoughts are with you and your extended family.
Barb just want to say how sorry I am to hear about your day. Thoughts and prayers with you and the family.
Gwen and Jim Young (Hali's mom)
My sympathy to the family. I'm praying for you. I enjoyed my visits with Don at Hume Home. I will miss him. PTL he is now with His Lord.
Pastor Rick Kiekintveld
Baruch Senior Ministries
My sincerest condolences Barbara to you and your family. May God's love see you through during this time.
Barbara, Amy and I send our love and light to you during this difficult time. Blessings for your Father as he begins his next journey. Peace and Love to you and your family.
Aunt Gisela - so sorry to hear about Uncle Don. Keeping you and the family in our thoughts and prayers. Love - Marie (Schmidt).
So sorry. I know he's had a tough time these last few years. Remember all the good times.
Sorry for your loss. I am sure my father feels the same way.
Sorry for your loss Barbara! Although I didn't know him I'm assured he is a good man with having a daughter like you! God Bless
I am very sorry to hear of Uncle Don's passing. Parkinson's Disease is a difficult one to journey as we are all aware. Just last week I was talking to my husband and thinking of coming to see Uncle Don in the nursing home. It just seemed like a good thing to do and now if I come, it will be for his funeral. Although I hadn't seen Uncle Don in many years I will always remember him for calling me "wee-wee Marie" for whatever reason he did so I do not know. From his obituary it seems that he indeed has lived a full life, he was blessed to have a loving family around him throughout his life. Aunt Gisela, I know it will be hard for you being as you have been married so many years, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of heartache. Good memories of your life together will help, being together so long I am sure you will have many, many of these. With love,