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Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home & Memorial Park

601 State Hwy 198 @ Walnut, Mabank, TX

OBITUARY

Mr. Donald Blaine Cole Jr.

January 28, 1956October 28, 2019
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Donald Blaine Cole Jr. was born on January 28, 1956 in Dallas, Texas to parents Donald Blaine and Peggy Jane (McMillan) Cole Sr. and entered into eternal rest on October 28, 2019 at the age of 63. Donald worked as a mechanic for Greyhound Bus line for 40 years. He enjoyed being outdoors and fishing. Donald loved stained glass and was a collector of many things. He was an amazing father, grandfather and brother. Donald will be missed immensely. Donald was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his son Chris Cole and wife Kimberly of Montgomery, TX, grandchildren; Justin Cole, Lindsey Cole and Holley Cole, twin brother Ronald Cole of Baxter, sister Wendy Kuykendall of Bullard, sister Pam Pottorf and husband Scott of Gun Barrel City, sister Debra Long of Tyler, numerous nieces and nephews, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Donald Blaine and Peggy Jane (McMillian) Cole Sr., Parents (deceased)
  • Chris Cole and wife Kimberly, Son
  • Justin, Lindsey and Holley Cole, Grandchildren
  • Ronald Cole, Twin brother
  • Wendy Kuykendall, Sister
  • Pam Pottorf and husband Scott, Sister
  • Debra Long, Sister
  • Donald also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, November 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 2, 2019

Memories

Mr. Donald Blaine Cole Jr.

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Kathy Cole

November 3, 2019

Don was a very funny and quirky guy but I guess that's what attracted me to him. lol! He loved his son, Chris and our dog, Snuggles, "Snugs" for short. We met at Burger King and worked there during our high school years. We would have ketchup, french fry, and burger fights. He liked to play practical jokes on everyone working there. We had lots of fun just swimming, fishing and riding around in his 1974 Blue Ford Mustang. He would race people quite often when we were stopped at a red light. He would always beat them from the start unless they were driving a corvette. Don and his twin brother, Ronald were very good at playing foosball and would play for hours at different places on the weekend. I loved to watch them because they knew each others moves and would out smart others if they were playing as a "team." Truly miss those days! Love you and God Bless You. Kathy Cole

Wendy Kuykendall

October 31, 2019

I can't believe you're gone.... - there's always tomorrow, right? Tomorrow's come & gone and I'm missing you. Missing your antics, your picking & complaining at me for being on your shirt- tails. I always looked up to you bubby. THAT'S why I was on your heels. Your heart was as big as Texas and it showed in your giving spirit all while expecting nothing in return. You will forever and always be my WINDOW LICKER and I'll be your DORK. LOVE YOU... RIP

Christopher Cole

October 31, 2019

Some of my most memorable moments was just driving to Cedar Creek from Dallas in my dad's 1969 Camaro. Listening to rock n roll, the amazing sound of an old muscle car! He would do this CLAW attack playing fighting in the car. He was known for it, and would mostly do it the entire trip. I wish I could go back to those moments as I didn't get alot of time with him later on. He helped out all of his friends with whatever they needed. Was still doing this until the day he left us. I miss you Dad, I love you! Watch over our family please....

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