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August 18, 2018

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January 20, 2018
To Don's Family and Friends,
I have known Don for a long time through sports, teaching and Ellis Park. Always a kind word, smile and a funny story. I will miss taking his money on the par threes and being around a great ,great guy. God bless.
January 15, 2018
January 15, 2018
I was so sorry hearing of Dons passing. I've known Don for about fifty years as a fraternity brother (SAE), fellow student at The University of Evansville,
we taught together at Bosse H.S. and a friend.

Don will certainly be missed by his many friends and the the people of Evansville where he gave
many hours to the community.
January 14, 2018
Sincere condolences to the family of Don Hess,
In his vocation, he was a cornerstone of a strong math department at Bosse High School, complementing his avocation of coaching several of the athletics programs there.
I was fortunate to have Mr. Hess for 4 semesters of algebra and 2 semesters of geometry at Bosse.
In geometry, he taught that there were several paths to proving a theorem - a couple of quick, fairly direct ways, and several more lengthy, and more indirect ways. This was my first exposure to the need for always contemplating "Plan B" in the event "Plan A" doesn't work.
Several months ago, I found a YouTube video covering the 1982 IHSAA Basketball Tournament Championship Game with Bosse having played in the Semi-Finals earlier that day. At halftime of the Championship Game, Assistant Coach Hess is included in the medals ceremony around the 38 minute mark of the video (38:45):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIazG33SI1s

I'll always remember Mr. Hess's calm, cool, confident and collected manner in all things.

God's blessings to his family,