Don Engler

Yuma, Arizona

Jan 3, 1949 – Nov 1, 2018 (Age 69)


January 3, 1949
November 1, 2018
Yuma, Arizona


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Don B. Engler, 69, passed away from pneumonia November 1, 2018 at YRMC. He was born January 3, 1949 in Las Cruces, NM and had been a Yuma attorney for 44 years, having started practicing law with Ralph Brandt in 1974.He was the owner of the Whispering Horse Ranch across from the Marine Base and...

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Don was an amazing person with a generous heart. He was always there for my family. My heart breaks for Lisa & Brandon who were such a big part of his everyday routine. I'm sure my loved ones up in heaven have welcomed him with open arms. He will be sadly missed and remembered for always.❤

God's blessings to Richard, Lauren and all of Don's family and friends who loved him. Don was one of three lawyers in the 3-man law firm I worked at when I started my long legal journey as a legal secretary/assistant back in the early 80's. He taught me well, was good to me and was a good man altogether. He will be sorely missed.

To the family of Don, I was so saddened to hear of the passing of this friend of mine from my jr high and high school years. We had last names that were always getting confused. Eger and Engler! We finally gave up and just told everyone we were brother and sister. Arlena, I don't know if you remember me, but we claimed the sister thing too! I was so hoping to see Don at our 50th reunion. I will always remember him! May you all hold happy memories in your hearts!

RIP my friend

Will remember our young lawyer days in Yuma

Rest In Peace my friend. We shared fun memories from Yuma High School
Cathey Jo Ferguson

Don was an amazing man! Our love and prayers go out to all of you who loved and cared for him so deeply!

Never were these words truer, than with Don leaving us: "Only the Good die young " We have been so very lucky to have Don in our lives for many years, and altho we didn't get to talk often....When you called, Don was always there.....AND he TRULY cared about what you had to say or needed. Our hearts will be heavy for a long time...

I thought of Don as a family member after living with my sister for eight years and our visiting the ranch a couple of years back on our cross country trip of a lifetime. I really liked this man. He had a great soul that I take the time to write about. We went on a cruise together and always had lots of laughs. I am so sorry he is gone and wish his family my deepest love and condolences. Susan & Bernie Hart

I've known Don since 6th grade at Post School. He was my attorney as well as my friend. He had a true gift in writing legal briefs and motions and it is my opinion that he was an excellent attorney. Please let me express my heartfelt condolences to his friends and family.