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Donald Bannon

Donald Wayne Bannon

Sunday, December 19th, 1937 - Monday, October 26th, 2020
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Bannon, Donald
Don passed away Monday morning, October 26, 2020. He was comfortable in his final days and now rests peacefully. Survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Sandra, and his only son, Michael. Don was the youngest of 11, his older sister Jean is his last living sibling. An outdoor celebration of Don's life will be planned for this coming summer.
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Bob Johnston

Posted at 11:57am
Heartfelt sympathies to my sister Sandra, nephew Michael, Allison and 3great nieces.
Don was an inspiration to all who new him whether through work or home. A role model to be admired and respected.
He never passed on an opportunity to assist mom and dad in their years of need to make their lives more liveable and meaningful.
A good boss, friend, brother, husband, dad, grandpa and brother-in-law surely to be missed and definitely loved by all.

Bob & Linda Johnston

Dave McIntyre

Posted at 11:18am
So sorry to hear of Dons passing. All of us Bannon nieces and nephews have been so blessed to have such wonderful Aunts and Uncles. Each unique but all with a sameness of great character. I always loved chatting with Don at various events. As much as I wanted to hear his knowledge and wisdom, he often listened more than he spoke. When he spoke his words were always true with a great perspective. Such a calm dignity-such a class act. And of course he was such a 'cool' guy.
Sending my love to Aunt Sandy and Michael. Peace to all.

John dahmer

Posted at 05:02pm
So sorry to hear this sad news! I've known Don for 40 years. He was one of the most incredible human beings i have ever met. He stood for honesty and integrity, and was truly a class act. He had an awesome sense of humor, brilliant resolve, a forward thinker, but most of all, as a boss, he was always in your corner. He was a man above men! I think of him often, with fond memories!
John D

Sherry Swartz

Posted at 03:57pm
Dear Sandy,
So sad to read that Don passed away this week. I remember him as a good friend to my Dad & Mom (Rod & Ruth), a big part of the 'Arrow family' and team player on the Arrow baseball team, and a really nice man with a wonderful smile. My sincere sympathy and wishing you comfort at this sad time. Sherry Swartz

Paul Bannon

Posted at 02:34pm
Dear Aunt Sandy
We were SO saddened to hear about the loss of Don. He was a true gentleman and an awesome Uncle. Even in his later years he was still so young in mind and spirit. That was witnessed by our boys who were young teenagers when they met Don. It was also the first thing they said this week when we let them know he had passed. That and "he had the coolest eyes ever. Will we get those at some point?" I think those "cool eyes" were definitely a reflection of his soul.
Love to you Sandy, Micheal, and girls.

Paul , Karen , Max and Greg Bannon

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