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KD Kneeburg

Don Kneeburg

August 26, 1938 - August 05, 2020

I created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Don Kneeburg. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer me great comfort. Click on the heart to let me know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

Don William Kneeburg, 81 of Glendo, Wyoming passed away peacefully on August 5, 2020. Don was born in Asheville, North Carolina on August 26, 1938 to Roy and Sarah Kneeburg. As a young boy, Don was introduced to music singing in the church choir where his mother was the organist. Unlike other kids his age, he listened to classical music on his transistor radio which began his love for the arts. He joined the school band and focused...  see more
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  • Jackie Pepin
    KD. I got to watch this morning. What a wonderful series of tributes by people who studied under him, worked with him, were friends and so nice to hear from his kids about aspects of his life. From the mattress bouncing of “Pippin” to “Bohemian...  more
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  • Don  Wilmot
    Thank you so much for the memorial for Don. I was in rehearsal and could not view it live. So, now I wanted to add this to his memorial. I feel my story will add to the layers of Don's life and influence.
    I came to USF in 1971 after two years in a...  more
    • Don  Wilmot
      James Rogge Don Wilmer- Now that’s a name I recall fondly from my USF past. Glad to hear of your successful musical career after college.
      • May 15, 2021
  • Isabell Springer
    Dear KD and Family -

    Don's daughter Laura is my best friend. I although I have never had the pleasure of meeting Don over these years, I must say, after attending the online memorial and hearing all of the stories so many shared, I have a clear...  more
  • Jerald  Shynett
    I owe my entire life to Don ,literally everything. I even teach the same way he did , quietly with patience. I am sad I never got to thank him . He was a great man .
  • Jerald  Shynett
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