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August 17, 2018

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November 2, 2017
I worked with Don at the Harrisburg State Hospital for several years. He was a good worker and a great guy. I know he will be missed.
November 1, 2017
Don,
You will be missed, rest easy, until we meet again,
The Collins family
October 31, 2017
Don had long been a member of the Kentucky Rifle Association and through our common interest in antique Pennsylvania rifles, and accoutrements, and early farming, we shared many hours of conversation. He one time showed me where he hunted deer and a nearby stand of American Chestnuts which had reached several inches in diameter. He was a wonderful friend. It seemed like everyone in Perry County knew him.
October 31, 2017
Don had long been a member of the Kentucky Rifle Association, and through our common interest in antique Pennsylvania rifles and accoutrements, and early farming, we shared many hours of conversation. One time we journeyed out to where he hunted deer and knew of a few American Chestnuts that had survived till they were several inches in diameter. Don was a wonderful friend, who seemed to be known by everyone in Perry County.