Donald B. Wilson, 53 passed away on Tuesday March 28, 2006. Donald was born on July 24, 1952 in Tucson, Arizona. His parents were Titus and Ida Wilson. He is survived by three sisters, Dotti Walz of Arizona, Maxine Mcgavern of Alberta Canada and Faye Sims of Oregon. He married Lora Govgassion and has three children, Phillip, Charlene and Paul Wilson. Donald served in the United States Air Force and graduated from Dominguez Hills University with a Bachelor's degree in Business. He worked at El Camino College as a District Buyer for 15 years and was a devoted Dodger fan. Viewing will be held at White and Day Mortuaries from 4-8pm on March 30, 2006. Funeral services are at Pacific Crest cemetery on March 31, 2006 at 2:00pm

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  1. Dad your always in my thoughts. Thank you so much for everything, you did a great job. I promise to continue to make you proud. I’ll really miss watching the Dodgers without you. Until we meet again, Godbless you. Love your son Phil

  2. I’ve lost my best friend, my soulmate,my everything. You always made me feel so beauitful and let me take you on jouneys you would never have gone on. I loved camping and sitting by the fire with you. Going to our favorite resturant ” Stuart Andersons. You knew all my strong points and so many of my weak ones. I now have no one to share our dreams with. We were going to go to New England in the fall, The Grand Canyon and a cruise to Mexico. Only you and I know our true feelings, you’ll always be my DONALD and I’ll always be your PASTY CLINE. I love you and always will. Your love, Pasty

  3. Don was a great guy, I can remember Phil giving Don and I tickets to see a dodger game and we had a great time. We ended up getting gigantic Tollhouse Cookie ice-creams (he only ate half) and enjoying the game. Don had a great sense of humor and he would tell jokes that sometimes only he and I would understand and everyone else would just keep on talking like they didn’t hear anything. He will be missed and I wish the best for Phil, Paul, Charlene and my mom who loved Don very much. Rest in peace Don, you won’t be forgotten.

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