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August 20, 2018

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August 30, 2017
Dear Friends,
I am so sorry for your loss. I only today realized that Don was gone when a card I had mailed to the nursing home in Florida was returned as undeliverable and did some on line sleuthing. I have many wonderful memories of Don over the years. I first met him when I was dating my late husband Bob Norton and they were both still college students at RIT. Bob was supposed to come for me for a date but was having car problems and so came with Don in Don's car and we all went out! We went to the Seneca Park Zoo and then to Don"s favorite fast food hamburger place, Carroll's. It was the first of many enjoyable visits for me. Bob and Don remained close over the years and we were even able to visit a few times in Florida. Don called regularly during Bob's illness with cancer last year and it is hard for me to believe that they are both gone now. My sincere sympathy to you all. Don was a good guy and I loved our times together. Cathy Norton