12 mai 2017
Don grew up and lived in Mass until he later moved to NH in the 1990s. Don loved his family and extended family. He often helped his brother Bob and sister-in-law Carolyn with their busy children when they were growing up, getting them to school, taking them to doctor's appointments, or even just taking them for a bike ride or to enjoy a day at the park. Don worked at various establishments over the years. His greatest and most memorable "career" was being a wise guy. He always had a joke about something that most of the time would take you by surprise. He would often wear t-shirts with obscene or comical sayings on them and he loved to show them off. He loved making people laugh and smile. Don always had a comeback for everything, like when his niece Michele would say "That's my Uncle" his response was always "You know it" and "Don't forget it, hell, tell all of your friends." Don would also often make jokes about his niece Sarah's cooking and when her food came out excellent he would tell people "it's because I was supervising." Don enjoyed playing card games like cribbage, spades, and hearts. He loved to beat his niece at games and would do a happy dance and jokingly taunt her when he won that she needs to play like the professional that he is. He was an avid Boston Sports Fan, particularly the Boston Bruins. He enjoyed watching every Bruins, Red Sox, Patriots and Celtics game. He loved spending time with family and friends.