Donald was a big man with a heart even bigger. Checking on older neighbors, in Mullica Hill ,shoveling their walks and driveways were just a few of the kindnesses he offered. When his dad died Donald moved back home to care for his mother, Edith. Made her breakfast every day and shared lively discussions of the Bible and the History Channel with her. Donald drove a big rig and when traffic and schedules got hectic he’d turn on Beethoven’s 5th Symphony as a calming devise. But when with niece , Joslyn it was all heavy metal and dancing in the living room.
He was the son of the late Donald, Sr. and is survived by mother, Edith and sisters: Donna Caporale, Diann Tinker, Kathleen Hymer, Betty Brisco and Karen Rudderow, and special nieces, Kate Brunkow, Joslyn Rudderow and nephew, Matthew Rudderow who were more like grandchildren.
Come celebrate 53 giving years Tuesday from 6 to 8 pm at Daley Life Celebration Studio where the service will be at 8pm. Interment Private.