OBITUARY

Donald Joseph Hrebec Sr.

October 15, 1935March 10, 2018

Donald Joseph Hrebec was born on October 15, 1935 and passed away on March 10, 2018 in Saint Louis, Missouri.

Services

  • Private Family Services
REMEMBERING

Donald Joseph Hrebec Sr.

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Joyce Eisel

April 19, 2018

Don...we had fun exploring business opportunities and laughing with friends. Watch over us, Don!

mary huett

March 17, 2018

You my friend, as one of our special MAC family members, will remain in our thoughts, as different to each of us that is, and prayers." You Will Be Missed!" For me , as you would say, " The Light Will Be Left On!"

mary huett

March 17, 2018

You my friend, as one of our special MAC family members, will remain in our thoughts, as different to each of us that is, and prayers. You will be missed! For me, as you would say, " The Light Will Always Be Left On!"

debbie house

March 15, 2018

Hrebec was truly "one of a kind". I can honestly say there's no other like him. His MAC Family will miss him and always remember w/a smile or chuckle his crazy antics and wisecracks...R.I.P.Hrebec

Jack Steele

March 15, 2018

Friendship started on Squash Court at MAC over 50 years ago and continued. It was my pleasure to know and spend time with Don Hrebec. Miss him now and likely more in the future. Rest In Peace big guy.

Bob Brinkman

March 15, 2018

I had the pleasure of being able to call Don my buddy for over 40 years. I can say with great affection that Don was one of the great characters of my lifetime. I will miss the lunches that we had over the years

REST IN PEACE, my friend

Mike Winkelmann

March 14, 2018

Don was always a true friend who cared about everyone at the MAC. He was a proud and valued member for close to 5 decades.
The Chair - His Chair will always be remembered,never forgotten.
Honored to be his friend .
RIP my friend.
Mike Winkelmann

Tim Malyszko

March 13, 2018

I always loved talking Trinity Sports with you in the locker room. It meant so much to me that every time we ran into each other you would ask me how Wash U football was doing. You are a legend. RIP Don. I will miss seeing you and your Chucks.

Kris Turley

March 13, 2018

I knew Don through the MAC and I spent a lot of time through passing by getting to know him. He most definitely was a misunderstood man, but had a genuine personality and enjoyed his time spent at the MAC. Those that got to know him enjoyed hearing all the stories he would share about his time at the club and his experiences he had there. He loved to watch the younger guys play basketball and the friendship he gained from his harmless heckling. I personally will miss his presence at my games. He always made me smile everytime he was there. I think that could be said for everyone else as well who he has touched throughout the years during his sideline campaign. He will never be forgotten. Prayers for the family!