To the Cobbe Family, David, and Friends. Don and Elsie's good legacy lives on in those people who were touched by their lives. I am thankful to have known them both. Don surely will be missed but the good memories will always be in your hearts. Writing them down will help the new generations appreciate the history and culture that is so rich in your family (make sure to add the blueberry recipes). We have common ground, with our values of family, friends, and dairy farming. May the peace from God be with you.
Please accept deepest condolences from Benjie and the entire Bray family. Through his children, Don impacted me tremendously. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers throughout your transition to the next part of your lives.
So sorry to hear this. Thoughts and prayers being sent your way.
Joan and loved ones, I’m hoping prayers might ease your sorrow of the pain you bear in the loss of your dad. Love from Madeline,Sharon and TerryLee.
Dearest Uncle Don. I'll always remember you with love. I'm so glad you were with Dad and Uncle Dan the day you three saw the mountain lion in Maine. And thank you for teaching me how to deal with per cents when I didn't understand them in school. Good uncles do stuff like that. You were a reader and a man who kept learning through the years right from you favorite chair.
To the entire Cobbe family,
Even though I only met Mr Cobbe once, I have heard many wonderful stories of his life. His whole family can be proud calling Don their Dad, Grandpa and Great Grand Pa for years to come. He is smiling now that the reunion with Elsie has begun. Warm thoughts and prayers to you all. Deb Trask