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Donald Lynn Bybee

Albuquerque, New Mexico

1945 - 2018 (Age 73)


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Charles W. Smith and Sons, McKinney Obituary

Donald Lynn Bybee was born in Houston, Texas on March 15, 1945. He was 73 when he fell asleep in death from cancer on April 17, 2018. He knew he would sleep in death until he heard God’s voice to awake to a resurrection in paradise on earth.

He is survived by his 5 cherished children:...

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Dear Family and friends,
So sorry for your loss!

Lesa Hanks,
Your Sister from Tennessee

My deepest condolences to the family. May you continue to find comfort in family and friends.

Definition of a gentleman. Very much the example for others to follow demonstrating his respect, compassion and love for fellowman. Always a picture of health, we are stunned by his sudden passing. He will be tremendously missed.

I first met Don in 1984 in Lancaster, CA when I worked on the ASAT program. I needed to ship two boxes of household goods from Arlington TX and needed someone to accept them while I was in travel status. Don agreed to do that. He and I were friends and colleagues ever since. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathy goes out to his family.

Don was always a pleasure to be around both at and away from work. I'm sure there is a special place for him in his continuing travels in his next life. Sincere wishes for his family, he will be missed by all.

I first met Don in 1983 when we both worked on the ASAT Missile for LTV. He was a great co-worker and a good friend. he never had a bad word to say about anyone. We talked just a few weeks ago and he never let on he was having health issues. He was like that. Always selfless and concerned about how you were doing. He will be missed dearly. To the Bybee family please accept my sincerest condolences.

We are so sad to hear the news. We want you to know you are in our thoughts and prayers. We send our love.

May you rest in God's Kingdom. Sympathy to your family for their loss. The world will miss one of the nicest human to walk this earth. Peace be with you.

Rest a peace Don. A good and a great friend.