Going fishing on Lake Narraticon, tossing back his catch, then going to breakfast rounded out his perfect day. Of course he was always most comfortable in the outdoors: in past years he trapped muskrats and sold their pelts. In Donald’s life he wore many hats: he dispatched for a trucking company, worked at local auction houses, and was a repairman. If it was broke, Don could fix it. He was Kingway’s and Rutger’s biggest football fan: he knew the names of all the Dragons and the Scarlet Knights. From his childhood Donald was a faithful member of The First Presbyterian Church of Swedesboro. Just about every free moment found him mowing the grass and keeping things neat and tidy. He grew tomatoes with the best of them, the large bounty spread amongst his friends.
Donald was blessed with three children: Marie White, Patti Lowe and Donald White, three grandchildren, two sisters: Rae Feldman and Edith “Sis” Perry and friends, Elizabeth and Bill Eosso, and Al Iezzi
Come celebrate 83 giving years Monday, Feb. 13 from 10 a.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio where the service will be at 11a.m. Burial Lake Park Cemetery.