Condolence: Ed and I spent a Sunday afternoon with Don at the laundromat many years ago. His company that day was so enjoyable and so special we still speak of it with fondness and a smile. Don was a gentle and sweet person and we are both saddened by his passing. We extend our sincerest sympathy to Don's family and friends for their loss.
Condolence: Don was a wonderful man. He was also very funny. He loved his coffee at thr theater and was always happy to speak to everyone he met.
He also loved country music. Made him 3 cds one year. All with the same songs playing over and over. You we're loved Don and will be missed.
Condolence: My husband Marcel and I got to know and love Donald during our coffee outings and while offering him rides here and there. I dearly missed his visits with Richard to the restaurant I was employed at when he relocated to K. L. Such a beautiful soul, I offer heartfelt sympathy to the family and friends who will be deeply saddened by the news of his passing...but Donald is once again at restful peace,in Gods' Loving arms...so long dear friend.
Love from Heather & Marcel
Condolence: Donald was my brother Rick’s apartment-mate at Community Living in Kirkland Lake. He was such a gentle soul who liked to kid around, listen to his music, and collect his fuzzy animals. (I finally found you a cat Donald - just like you asked).
May legions of angels surround you on your journey, my friend, and may you find eternal peace.
Condolence: I had the pleasure of working with Donald for 16 years when I lived in Cochrane. He was always a delight and ray of sunshine. I am saddened to hear of his passing. Sincere condolences to his family, all the staff and people supported at Community Living who were close to him.