Don left this world on Tuesday, June 26, 2012, at the age of 65. Born in Reading, Pa., he is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Gerald H. Freeman and Dawn M. (Eisenhart) Freeman of Penobscot, Maine.
Don attracted and kept many good friends over the years, both in Louisville, Ky., where he lived for many years, and in Key West, Fla., where he resided for more than the last two decades of his life. He was appreciated for his kindness and gentleness of soul. He smiled readily and enjoyed the company of his friends. Don was best known in Key West as the founder and owner/operator of Personal Touch Garden Services.
Don was an English major, pianist, veteran, had keen interests in classical music, the British Royal Family, and train routes and infrastructure worldwide. He was well-informed regarding politics, both historically and current affairs, and was greatly interested in the workings of our government. Don was known to be fair-minded and generous in spirit. He will be greatly missed by all who remember him. At some point in the near future, a memorial gathering to celebrate his life will be announced to his friends.
If you wish to honor your memories of Don, please make a donation to the ACLU of Florida or Kentucky.