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|Posted by: Tammy (Knight) Moore|
Sat May 14, 2016
|To Helen and family. Don was so much fun to work with. I was at Yellowhawk Clinic when Don was our Site Manager through several building remodels. He was always fun and encouraging. He had previously worked with my dad, John Knight in the road construction business and dad liked him too. Don was one of the few that encouraged me to apply for the Facility Managers position at Yellowhawk. He said, "Go for it!" and I did for the next 7 years, and he advised me in some sticky situations and I sure appreciated that.
He will be missed, but his impact on those around him will go on forever.
Blessings to you all,
Tammy (Knight) Moore
|Posted by: barb swart|
Mon May 16, 2016
|Don was a good man. He will be missed by many. He is at peace and out of pain.|
|Posted by: Leigh Pinkham-Johnston|
Wed May 18, 2016
|Prayers to Don's family. May you find peace that he is no longer in pain.
I met Don while he did some of his consulting working with CTUIR Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD). He was great to work with.
|Posted by: Lisa Breckenridge|
Wed May 18, 2016
|I had the honor of meeting Don through his consulting work for the Tribe. He was such a jewel, so tough, funny, tender, dedicated in his love for his work and community. He always knew what to do, how to do it right, and how to have fun along the way.
My condolences to Don's family.
|Posted by: Chuck and Pam Wagenaar|
Thu May 26, 2016
|Helen and Family,
We met and knew Don through Team roping. He was funny, positive and always smiling. What a great gentleman. Our thoughts are with you today. He will be greatly missed. Heaven received a angel.
Chuck and Pam