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August 19, 2018

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December 14, 2017
Just a note to say I enjoyed knowing and working with Don as a grad student in Ag Eng. He was always cheerful and helpful with many odd projects that I thought up.

My best condolences to his family.
December 14, 2017
My sincerest condolences to the family.

Please find comfort in God's promise at Acts 17:24, 25 where we read that the One who gave life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to someone who has died.

PD-GA
December 11, 2017
Just got on computer in FL and read of Don's passing. He was a good friend and I enjoyed our years of service together serving the citizens of Carroll Count
December 10, 2017
I worked with Don in 1976-78 when I was a grad student at Purdue. He always had time to answer my questions and help me with shop projects. His great sense of humor and many stories have given me wonderful memories of those years. One of the more vivid: he called a vendor to inquire about delivery of a part I'd ordered, and curtly told them he didn't know how they'd shipped the part, but if it was by the Wabash and Erie Canal the mules had all died and the banks thrown in. He promptly hung up, looked at me, and said, "it'll be here tomorrow". To Don's family, please know that he lives on in our memories. I'm sorry for your loss.