Condolences for Donald Anthony Dano

Becky Neumann posted on 9/16/20

My favorite memory of Don was the week that I spent up at the cabin. We all got nicknames that week and his was Don Jag . He loved to tease me endlessly. He'd take me water skiing and then tell me I'd have to pay for the gas. I always knew he was joking and loved the attention that I got. The day that I learned that he passed it felt like a piece of my childhood was lost. The father of my very best friend Dianne was no longer with us. I am heartbroken for the family but so grateful that I was able to share some time with him and and the family. Those were the best days of my life. My heart breaks for the family and for all that knew and loved him. Wishing you all peace and love.....Becky

 

Becky Neumann posted on 9/16/20

My first and many memories of your dad was him stretched out on the living room floor snoring after dinner. Of course my favorite memory was the week that I spent up at the cabin. We all got nicknames that week and his was Don Jag lol. He loved to tease me endlessly. He'd take me water skiing and then tell me I'd have to pay for the gas. I always knew he was joking and loved the attention that I got. Of course there's a memory of that fateful day when Diane and I decided to drink some wine that we found in the basement and poor Don had to drag a drunken noodle home and present me to my father. We still all laugh about that day. The day that I learned that he passed it felt like a piece of my childhood was lost. The father of my very best friend Dianne was no longer with us. I am heartbroken for the family but so grateful that I was able to share some time with him and everyone else. Those were the best days of my life. My heart breaks for the family and for all that knew and loved him.

 

Becky Neumann posted on 9/16/20

My first and many memories of your dad was him stretched out on the living room floor snoring after dinner. Of course my favorite memory was the week that I spent up at the cabin. We all got nicknames that week and his was Don Jag lol. He love to tease me endlessly. He'd take me water skiing and then tell me I'd have to pay for the gas. I always knew he was joking and loved the attention that I got. Of course there's a memory of that fateful day when Diane and I decided to drink some wine that we found in the basement and poor Don had to drag a drunken noodle to my house and present me to my father. We still all laugh about that day. The day that I learned that he passed it felt like a piece of my childhood was lost. The father of my very best friend Dianne was no longer with us. I am heartbroken for the family but so grateful that I was able to share some time with him and everyone else. Those were the best days of my life. My heart breaks for the family and for all that new and loved him.