I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember Don very fondly and I remember my grandmother and I's visits very fondly. I will always remember how Don helped me build my very first snowman when I was a small child. Any time I see snow or a snowman, I will think of him. I remember how during our visits together we would watch various movies, no matter how childish some of them may have been. I even remember that we enjoyed eating ramen noodles together while we watched a Scooby-Doo movie. I will always cherish the time we spent together, how little it may have been. He was a great man. I hope that he is at peace.
So sorry for your loss. I will miss his stories from my summer visits. He would always try to make us all laugh with his silly jokes.
Dear Betty, Greg and Chris so sorry for your loss; Don was a great guy a talented Tool Maker and a man with a great sense of humor. I will always remember the last time I saw him and told me about this movie called "The Boatniks" he really liked and laughing as he told me the plot.
May you find comfort knowing he will always be with you and the memories you shared will forever be a part of your life.
Dear Betty, I am so sorry for your loss. Don was always a fun loving guy. I remember going to your apartment in Brooklyn above your Dad's Butcher Shop. We always had such great times. Lots of love and condolences to all the family, Barbara
Dear Betty, Chris and Greg,
Don taught me so much. I think about him every day at work and will always be forever grateful for his friendship and guidance. Thinking of you all with deepest sympathy, love, Frank Savino
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He always had a good story, and had a keen sense of humor. And he was talented, a real craftsman.
In memory of Mr. Donald Watt, Lauren Lombardi lit a candle
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.