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Donald Milhollan

Reno, Nevada

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Donald MilhollanDonald Milhollan passed from the scene May 9th, 2011, in his 88th year. A native of San Diego, he was born to James B. and Vivian Milhollan October 23, 1922.A veteran of World War II, he served with the U.S. Army Air Forces (15th Air Force) in North Africa and Italy, and was...

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My Dad was a true gentleman in every sense of the word, even waiting till the day after Mother's day to "pass from the scene" as he referred to it. He would readily drop whatever he was doing to help friends or family members out who were going through a rough time. He was a good husband and the best dad a guy could hope for. I consider myself very fortunate to have had him in my life as long as I did

Don and Ann have been friends of my parents for more than 50 years. Don would drive Bryan, me and several others to Sunday school in downtown Reno. I've had the good fortune to learn countless things from Don. Don and I exchanged warm regards to each other on Mother's Day, hours before he passed. I'm grateful to have known and benefited from Don. Heartfelt condolences to Ann and Bryan. May Don rest in peace.

Don was the classic "Great Guy". When my mother ( his sister Frances ) was nearing the end , he and Jerry came to San Diego to help out. After she passed on, Don stayed several extra days to help me as I had to be out of town. I will never forget that.

Don was a great guy and a good friend. I met Don when he came to the planetarium in Reno to volunteer with our model rocketry classes. Many many youngsters were introduced to the fun of model rockets thanks to Don. I will miss him terribly!

I'm sorry to hear of Don's passing. I met Don at Black Rock - a generous, gentle, funny, smart, and interesting guy to be around. May his great qualities stay alive in his communities. I'll launch one for you, Don.

I was sad to hear of Don's passing. I have fond memories growing up when Don,Bryan and I would go out to the desert and shoot off all those rockets and Bryan and I would find them, We had so much fun with him. He had a great hobby shop and was a kid at heart.Our Sincere sympathy to Ann and Bryan

Uncle Don was the best man I have known, always there for anyone who was in need. He will be missed by all of us, and loved in our hearts forever. For Aunt Ann and Bryan may the Grace and Peace of God be with you both to ease your pain. I love you, Rachelle

Don's empathy and caring endeared him to many; his message: "Give Love, Get Love".

A true gentle person of good humor. I remember hours at his rocket shop, hours of family gatherings and his friendship. God speed on your next journey, and our love to Ann and Bryan
Marc and Larri