RIP Cowboy. Thanks for the many good times in WY and stopping to see us in WI with the truck. Boys still remember Don, Ruth, Newt the big dog and trout fishing in the mountains. Plus the time you offered them some chew! You will be missed
Uncle Don — always a story to tell after spending time with Uncle Don. We had time with Don just last month, he was sharp even while his body was failing. ??
I am keeping you all in my prayers as you say your final goodbyes to your dad. It’s so hard to give them back to the Lord because our parents should always be here to guide us through life However in our hearts we know that they are much happier being with our Lord and Savior. I smile when I think of my dad and mom reunited with Don and Ruth reliving memories of snowmobiling, hauling chairs upstairs for the church bake sales, visiting over coffee. God is great and he has them wrapped in his arms as well as us as we wait for our time to join them again. God bless you all. Daria
I have the fondest memories of Don as he was always there for his hospice patients--reaching out to them with loving and caring hands.
May God Bless all of you and may you carry on his legacy of charity towards neighbor.
Brother Don - We could write a book about him. He and his late wife Ruth enjoyed the great outdoors together and showed it off to us on our many visits to Dubois. Don was his own man, a little rough around the edges perhaps to some, but to us he was a great brother and friend. May he rest in eternal peace with Ruth. We will miss him dearly.
Bob & Cle