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Donald B. 'Don' Kornder

Kornder, Donald B. "Don"

Our thoughts and prayers go to all of you in this difficult time. Don was very special to us and always had a smile and a joke to share.We will miss him tremendously.
Hugs to all.

Kathy Cannan ( gunners ) - 2/1/2010

George and I were grieved to hear about the passing of Don. Don was the first person that gave George a job at Norris Ford when we moved to Riverton in 1977. Don was so knowledgeable and a great boss. George enjoyed working with him. We both send our deepest sympthy to Mary and all of the Kornder family.

George & Carlon Baker - 2/1/2010

Don Kornder family
My son Larry and I and wife Dottie stayed and hunted with Don a few times. Larry and I just could not get under those snow geese. Also Don played rodeo and chased the bull in the pasture. Your Mom was a great cook. [like Iverson girls]
Sorry to hear of your loss.
Old Memories
Maury Hale

Maurice [Maury] Hale - 2/1/2010

To Mary and the Kornder Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.

Faye Rudolph-Cox - 2/1/2010

This family is sorry for your loss.. The Fenner's

The Fenners - 2/3/2010

To Mary and Don's family,
We were very sad to hear of Don's passing.
It is always so hard to lose someone but we have to have faith that he is in a better place and looking down upon us all.
Have a lot of memories of Don and Mary, mostly from our years of bowling in Riverton, it is good to be able to reflect on that.
Our sympathy, prayers and thoughts are with you at this time.
God Bless,
Reuben and Rosalee Blumenshine
Ft. Collins, CO

Rosalee Blumenshine - 2/3/2010

Micky & Debbie Cunningham - 2/3/2010

Dear Bernie and Family,

We are so sorry for your loss. Sorry we couldn't matke it to the funeral. We just found out this morning from Margaret. God Bless you all

Mickey & Debbie Cunningham - 2/3/2010

To Mary and families,

Don was a special person.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad time.

With deepest sympathy;

The David's

Vernon & Brenda - 2/6/2010

Things I learned from Dad: An excellent work ethic, there are no lazy Kornders, Respect for others, he use to say, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all, or it takes all kinds to make a world, To remember special days: he always sent all of the kids a lovely card and money on their birthdays, To appreciate what you have, Take only what you will eat, He taught me how to ride a motorcycle and a snow machine. He taught me that your first car needs to have a lot of metal around you. Funny things dad would say or do: My daughter is named Holly. She came to visit him at Chrysler and had on sunglassess, he called her Hollywood ever since. He called me Veronica Puddle because when I was little I wore my hair across my face. Later, as an adult, I found out that Veronica Lake, an actress of long ago, wore her hair like I did. He had 5 girls and we all liked to play dolls, When we were snowmobiling, he reached into his pocket to pull out a hanky and out came a very small pair of doll underwear. Dad liked: caring for his yard and flowers, wrestling, Fords, cherry nut ice cream, oyster stew, car racing, Red Skelton and Johnny Cash, country music, tinkering with wood , model cars, coin collecting and eating breakfast with his buddies at the Trailhead. I loved my dad very much as I am sure we all did, and he loved us back. I will miss him very much.
Sincerely, Your daughter Laurie in Arizona

Laurie Pfarr - 2/7/2010