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July 17, 2018

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September 22, 2017
I only knew Donald for approx. 15 years but he was a man you knew would give you a straight honest answer to your question and also would spark different thoughts on how to view a partial subject from different angles. He was a moral, Christian man and I'm glad I had the honor of knowing him even if for just a little while. He's better off now than any of us down here still waiting in line to hopefully catch the train to Heaven. RIP (tell Karen hi for me)

Donna Kohler
September 19, 2017
I am deeply sorry for the loss suffered by family and friends but so encouraged that he is in a far better place with his beloved Karen. Mack Wofford Ft.Worth
September 19, 2017
Donald was one of my best friends in Georgetown High School. Our birthdays were just a few days apart. We hung out together and did a lot of things together including racing an old "jalopy" at Thorndale Racetrack back in the late '50's.

He was the smartest person I ever knew. I was constantly amazed at the things that he knew and the things that he knew how to do. If he didn't know how to do something, he would figure out how and go ahead and do it.

We didn't stay in touch after we both moved away from Georgetown but when we'd see each other at class reunions, we could pick right up like we'd never been apart. I'll miss him a lot, but it's nice to know that he and Karen are together again. My prayers are with his kids, grandkids, great-grandkids and all his family.
September 19, 2017
I knew Don and Karen from the Covenant Food Pantry. They were so faithful and just amazing servants. I'm sorry for your loss but thankful that they are healed and rejoicing in the presence of Christ.