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Donald William Hightower January 8, 1949 - March 8, 2019

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Donald W Hightower DOB 01/08/1949 passed away at his home with his loving wife by his side on 03/08/2019

 

Don was born in Great Lakes, IL. Both Don and Terri lived in Illinois for sevens years prior to moving to Arizona.

 

Don was a quiet man unless you really knew him he was fun, loving and caring. Don and Terri loved the Grand Canyon doing many many visits. It was a relaxing place and Don was very happy there. Saguaro Lake was another favorite of Don and Terri’s.

 

Don leaves behind his wife of 19 years Terri (Dambski) his daughter Donya (Dave) Krizman his 3 brothers Ken (Dee) Hightower, Gurney (Tammy) Hightower, Garry (Deb) Hightower 2 grandchildren Alice, Anthony. Many other family members.

 

Don was pre-deceased by his parents Ralph and Margaret Hightower and his daughter Danielle Hightower and his in-laws Stephan and Carole Dambski.

 

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Parkinson’s Foundation.

 

A memorial service will take place on Sunday March 17th at the Grand Court Mesa at 3pm the address is as follows 262 E Brown Road Mesa Arizona 85201

A memorial service will take place on Sunday March 17th at the Grand Court Mesa at 3pm the address is as follows 262 E Brown Road Mesa Arizona 85201

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    F. ward says

    “May the Father of tender mercies be with your family as you mourn the loss of Mr. Hightower, I pray hope from His word will give you comfort at this time. The end to tears and the resurrection of those sleeping in death are promises from our God, soon to be fulfilled. May your meditation on those promises give you strength to cope as I have received from doing so in my times of loss.” Revelation 21:4, John 5:28,29, Mark 10: 27,

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    Cindy Hightower says

    I was married to Don for 14 years, because of him I was able to be the at home mom I always wanted to be. We had a lot of good memories. RIP Don

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    Donya Krizman says

    I so dislike commenting on this. Because that means I have to say goodbye. I don’t want to say goodbye. I needed you as a child and still need you as an adult. I don’t want to lose my father. You were the best father I could have ever asked for. As I write this with tears falling, hating to say goodbye. I want the world to know how grateful I am for you. I have a life time of wonderful memories with you. When you left a huge piece of me went with you. After all I am who I am because of you. I wish we had more time together. There were still things to do and so much to say. But one day we’ll reunite and I’ll give you the biggest hug ever. Dad, you were one in a million.

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    David Krizman says

    Words can not describe how much of an impact you had made in my life. You took me in as a son. We had a great bond. We had a lot of fun. I enjoyed your sense of humor. We had the same kind of humor that just drove some of the family crazy. I loved the fact that you were down to earth. And if I needed anything I knew I could always go to you. Thank you for showing me the true meaning of family. Will miss you a lot.

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In lieu of flowers please donate to the Parkinson’s Foundation