Condolence: Donald was a good friend and meticulous driver/3rd with the Northumberland County Rescue Squad. Whenever Donald was the driver on my crew, I never had to worry about the squad being fully restocked and ready to go for the next call or if it needed supplies back at the building, he would let me know prior to leaving the scene/hospital. He took our Patient Assessment sheet and Vehicle Inventory sheet and made them into pads so a clipboard would not be truly needed. He also created a similar form for tracking usage of items in the supply room. He always made sure the MegaMovers were cleaned when needed. Donald did a fully inventory of the squad buildings and was going to redo the inventory sheet for the buildings at the time of his very untimely death. Donald enlisted his granddaughter to help him in this endeavor.
Donald was willing to talk and help anyone he meet. He was very faithful to the care of his brother.
Condolence: Please extend my sincerest condolences to Donna and other members of Donald's family. It was my pleasure to enjoy Donald as both a friend and colleague while working at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. Donald was the person one could always count on for lifting spirits; his smile lit up the room and his cheery banter was a welcome respite to the everyday routine. When I retired Donald gave me a framed photograph of the backyard view from his home, of which he was so proud. That photograph is very meaningful to me and will remain so as it shall always remind me of Donald - how he loved to sow the earth; use his tractor and continually beautify his home and its grounds. Donald will be sorely missed; his was a life well lived. How fortunate for me to have crossed paths with him. May he forever rest in peace.