"Uncle Don was such an amazing man. I used to love his and Aunt Pat's visits to Vermont. He and Aunt Pat are together again. MAY they both rest in peace. Love them both dearly"
– Rayanne Mello, Family,
West Burke, VT, Apr 21, 2017
"Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you grieve the loss of both parents in such a short time. Jim and I did not have the privilege of knowing Fr Don and Pat as many did because we are relative newcomers to Trinity. But we knew what a good cook he was! And weremember Pat was in 'advanced' ASL when we were rank beginners! We wish we could have known both of them better. May they both Rest In Peace Trudy and Jim Harney"
– Jim and Trudy Harney, Friend,
Marshfield, MA, Apr 21, 2017
"I'm so sorry for your loss. Rev. Issac was the best. He marrie us and baptised my son.I used to babysit for he and Mrs. Issac. I remember when he first came to Trinity. Great guy"
– sandra coulstring,
pembroke, MA, Apr 19, 2017
"As part of Fr. Don's Trinity family, we feel truly blessed to have known him. A fond memory is Fr. Don playing guitar for us on Sundays around the 'Little Altar.' May he rest in eternal peace with his beloved wife, Pat. Our deepest sympathy to his family for their very great loss. Our prayers and much love are with you."
– The Morse Family, Friend,
Hanover, MA, Apr 19, 2017
"My thoughts, prayers and sympathy go out to the Isaac family. I had the privilege of being Don's oldest and longest friend. We had birthdays within a couple of months of each other and ran around with each other during childhood from about the age of 3. Unfortunately, as we grew older we lost touch. About 25 years ago we got reacquainted primarily through email. He was the same friend and I was indeed happy to have known him. May the Lord bless him and keep him, May the Lord let His face shine on him and be gracious to him, may the Lord uncover His face to him and give him peace! Don & Pat are happy in Heaven forever."
– Bill McMakin, Friend,
Burlington, MA, Apr 18, 2017
"If you had Don as a friend you were indeed very fortunate. When ever we met I knew I was in the company of a caring, kind and gentle man. He and Pat were very special people who left a lasting impression on those of us who had the privilege of sharing time with them. I count my blessings to have known them both and believe that GOD has a special place for them to continue his work. My deepest sympathy to Cheryl, Diana and Debbie."
– Scott MacKinlay, Friend,
Rockland, MA, Apr 18, 2017