Jeff and I offer our condolences to Don's family. We just now learned of his passing. In addition to his serving us at tax time, Don worked with my husband, Jeff, during the recent census and Jeff appreciated Don's dedication and competency.
We extend our most sincere sympathy to the Juers family in the recent passing of Don. He was a very kind person and brought his beautiful wood working to our shop in Jacksonport, Door County, many years ago. He was very involved in the area and was an invaluable volunteer and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. We always enjoyed working with Don. Please do get in touch with us in the days ahead. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Sue & Joe Jarosh
What wonderful memories I have of the neighborhood we all grew up in and the lovely people that made it so special. My dad always cherished the days he spent fishing with your dad on Lake Michigan. I'm so sorry I won't be able to attend the memorial service and pass out hugs, Beth, Ellen, and DeeDee, but Treen's youngest daughter is getting married that day. Know you're all in my prayers. Beth, I don't have your current phone number. If you get a chance, please give me a buzz; I'd love to catch up with you.
Anne Jeffries Miller
Dee- So sorry for the loss of your dad. He sounded like an incredible man who helped you become the great woman that you are. With my deepest sympathies and prayers. Robin
We have many fond memories of the Juers family from our ten years in Shawano back in the 70's and 80's. How nice it was to catch up with Don once again in his cabin in Door County. He was a gentle man and a good friend. I loved to spend time with him going through his workshop. We also enjoy seeing Ellen almost every week. We are so sorry we cannot be there for the service and visitation, as we are spending vacation time in CA. We pray for God's blessing and comfort for Beth, Ellen, and Dee Dee and the rest of the family.
Lynn and Vida Kollath (Juers' family pastor 1974-1984)
We will miss this special, gentle, man. RIP and catch that big one Don