In Memory

Don Hislop

Condolences to Don's family and friends. 

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05/26/15 02:08 PM #1    

MaryJane McCormick (Smith)

Rest In Peace, Old Friend  

05/26/15 08:05 PM #2    

Jeani (Irmajean) Golish (Mills)

I am so sorry to hear of Don's passing. I first met Don when we were preschoolers. His Grandmother and my mother were friends. We spent many hours playing in her backyard, together with my little brother Louis. We both attended Manzanita elementary school grades K-12, in the same classroom, together. We went to different jr. Highs, but met up again at OHS. We both carried on to Merritt College, the old OCC. It is difficult to let go of a friend of so many years. Good-bye Don. May we see each other again one day. 

05/27/15 10:20 PM #3    

Helen Pulver (Rosenberg)

In Memoriam

DONALD L. HISLOP On May 2, 2014, our beloved father and husband, Donald L. Hislop, went to be with the Lord. Born in Vancouver, Canada, he came to the US as a youngster and lived almost his entire life in Northern CA. Don was a graduate of Chico State, but he also furthered his education at the University of San Francisco and Pepperdine University. His education amassed to a Masters in History, a Secondary California Teaching Credential, and quite a bit of classwork toward his PhD. Don was a historian, high school teacher, a community college instructor, a Girl Scout leader, a church camp director, a praise band member, and a certified lay pastor. He reached people of all types and ages through his knowledge and, most of all, through his empathy and caring. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Kare Hislop, and his daughters Victoria Hislop and Laurel Thome. He is dearly missed and deeply loved. Please join us in a celebration of his life at 6:00pm on May 16th, 2014 at the First Church of God in Red Bluff. In lieu of flowers, donations to the General Fund are being accepted at the First United Methodist Church of Red Bluff.
Published in Daily News on May 13, 2014

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