Tonawanda News

Obituaries

April 21, 2014

Donald E. Hartsch, Jr.

CITY OF TONAWANDA —

Donald E. Hartsch, Jr. (Pappa Donn) of the City of Tonawanda, died on April 19, 2014 at the age of 61 after a three-year battle with cancer.
Beloved husband of Barbara A. (nee Boron); son of Ruth (nee Coleman) and the late Donald, Sr.; brother of Victor, Todd (Corrina) and Debbie Burns; stepfather of Richard L. Teed and Krista; beloved grandfather to Alissa and Dylan. Also survived by nieces and nephews.
Don was an avid hunter and gambler. To all of his hunting buddies, please do a shot of "Green Devil". To all of his gambling buddies, please buy a lottery ticket because the next big hit is always coming soon. Last but not least, he was an avid UAW man, tried-and-true for 35 years. Buy American!
Private memorial with family members. Donations in Don's name to Erie County SPCA are appreciated.
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