1919 – 2011
A long and full life came to an end on November 6th, 2011 when Don succumbed to Alzheimer’s Disease. Born in Portsmouth, England, he served in the British Army for five years during World War II. He emigrated in 1957 to Saskatchewan where he worked as an engineer for the Dept. of Highways. Moving to Ottawa, he set up the Civil Engineering programme at the Algonquin College. He ended his professional career with the National Energy Board with responsibilities for the Alaska gas pipeline. He retired to Parksville in 1993 where he enjoyed golf at Morningstar. Survived by his wife Margaret Stewart and his son Peter.
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