My first memory of Don was when his wife Lynda hired me to do their taxes. Don called me one day when he was late for a meeting with me and asked if I had moved my house because he couldn’t find it. I laughed so hard with him. He made a tense situation funny. I carried that with me throughout my career and often would think of him when people were late for a meeting and laugh.
Thanks, Don, for giving me that memory. I still tell people about it today.
I am so honored to have known him. Love to the family, and thank you guys for allowing me to read about his wonderful life.