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Donald L Whisler
  • November 20, 1948
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  • July 30, 2010

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Donald Whisler, 61, Ormond Beach FL died Friday, July 30, 2010. Don owned and operated Sandpiper Fire Equipment in Ormond Beach. He served in the US Army. He is survived by his children Amber Hurst and Richard Whisler, sisters Peggy Trent and Marian Foy and brother Lynn Whisler.

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  1. 17 Sep 2010
    Peggy and Dave Trent says:
    Dear Brother,
    Time has not helped heal my broken heart, I still miss you so much, miss all the times you came over to the house and sat on the deck and watched me or Dave work, you were really good at that. Remember helping me trim the tangerine tree that you got me? You always had us in stitches and always giving advice you were good at that.
    I can still see you as you pop in the back door and say i'm hungry fix me a sandwich. I wish you were still here to say that again. We miss you so much your time with us was way to short. We miss golfing with you and Butch that was such a great time, I'm glad we got to enjoy it for the short time that we did. We Love you brother and will see you in Heaven some day.

  2. 08 Aug 2010
    Robert Foy says:
    Uncle Don, you were such a great uncle and so much fun to be around. I regret that I did not stop by to see you when we were there, I guess we thought we would always have time. The way I will always remember you is someone who was quick with a joke and so witty and fun. You will always be loved by your family and I pray that you are in a better place now.
    Rob

  3. 05 Aug 2010
    Amber says:
    Well, I never got to know you.I never got to see you laugh never had hugs or kisses. I always wonder why you never wanted to see me or even talk to me. Now I guess I will never know. Just to let you know I never hated you. I hated the fact you didn't want me in your life. You'll never know how many times I thought about you. Wondering if you would ever call or even write a letter to me. I hope that you had a wonderful life. Even though I never got a chance to be apart of it. Just to let you know I am married to a wonderful man and we have two boys. There are everthing to me.......

  4. 04 Aug 2010
    Lynn & Kathleen Whisler says:
    We will miss you always; there is a huge void since you've been gone. You were a wonderful brother with a great sense of humor, always with a funny joke to tell. I'll miss the golf and the "picnics" we had there. (Butch)

    Words cannot express how special you were!

    You always had an very special way with dogs; they all adored you. That gift will especially be missed.

    We'll see you on the other side of Heaven. God bless!

  5. 01 Aug 2010
    Cathy Whisler says:
    "Sugarbear" I miss you so much. Thank you for all the love you gave to me for so many years. Thank you for being the most wonderful man I have ever known. Thank you for the laughter we shared--the hugs you gave me whenever I needed them--the quiet times we spent together and for all the wonderful things you always did.
    Know that I love you very much and know that you will be in my heart forever. Tell "Catbird" and Carol I said hello, and give Nitro and Ralph pets for me. Save me a place next to you when we meet again. Love always, Cathy

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