Donald Wayne Wickler

October 1, 1922 - January 31, 2019

U.S. Veteran

Service Date: March 1, 2019

Church First Presbyterian Church

Memorial services will be 11:00 a.m., Friday, March 1, 2019 at First Presbyterian Church with Rev. Jeff Kintner officiating.  Interment will follow at Black Hills National Cemetery with military honors being presented by the Ellsworth AFB Honor Guard.

Posted by:
Linda Norman

Posted on:
February 8, 2019

I didn't know Don well but I enjoyed visiting with him at Westhills. I would see him when I was having dinner with my parents. He was always very gracious and I looked forward to seeing him. My thoughts are with your family.

Posted by:
Butch & Anita Paige

Posted on:
February 8, 2019

Our friendship with Don goes a long way back and we will miss him. He was a delightful fellow, a talented cabinet maker, a motorcycle buddy. This world is better for his having lived in it.

Posted by:
Carol Fleming McGuire

Posted on:
February 8, 2019

What a skier! I knew Don from the "Rapid Skiers" club many years back. Yes he won every ski race and they weren't rigged! Now he joins my other dear friends John and Joann Harrington now skiing in a better place. Condolences to family. Don will always be remembered for a friendly smile for all.??

Posted by:
Dan Doyscher

Posted on:
February 7, 2019

While Don was my cousin, I considered him a second Dad. We motorcycled, skied and drank Dickel. And laughed. I got to tell him over the last few years how I missed all the good times we had. I will miss him.

Posted by:
The Goschke Family

Posted on:
February 6, 2019

Condolences to the Wickler Family. Don was a wonderful man with a positive attitude about life. He was always enjoyable to spend time with. We were fortunate to enjoy many social occasions with him. We often reflect of the fun we have had in the last years playing poker and enjoying a Dickels. He will be truly missed!

Posted by:
Paul Johnson--PJ

Posted on:
February 6, 2019

Tim, We are very sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. My dad Wayne is now in assisted living and is not doing very well. God Bless! ---PJ

Posted by:
Jerry & Linda Allen

Posted on:
February 4, 2019

Don was a friend for 44 years and we have many wonderful memories of bus trips, the Accents, and ski trips. He was always a ball of energy and won all our ski races to the bottom of the hill. We were fortunate to visit with him shortly before he went to be with Margie and we will always remember our friendship. Jerry and Linda Allen
 
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