Goldammer, Donald

Donald Arthur Goldammer, Jr.

November 26, 1948 - February 18, 2021

Donald Arthur Goldammer, Jr. of Allen, Texas passed away on February 18, 2021 at the age of 72. He was born on November 26, 1948 to Donald Arthur and Dorris Mae (Bergman) Goldammer, Sr. in Dallas, Texas.  Donald graduated from W.T. White High School in Dallas.  He then attended South Western State College in Oklahoma. He met his wife, Nada Reffner in Frederick, Oklahoma.  They married on June 15, 1974 in Frederick, Oklahoma.  He enjoyed going hunting, as well as fishing.  Donald enjoyed going to the beach with his family.  He also enjoyed crafts and making shadow boxes for his family to enjoy.

He is survived by his wife, Nada Goldammer of Allen, Texas; children, Krista Stiegler and husband, Jason of Allen, Texas, Danae Goldammer of Allen, Texas, and Lindsey Callender and husband, Matthew of Denton, Texas; grandchildren, Tesa, Makala, Cormac, Scout; sister, Patty Moore and husband, Michael of Heath, Texas; brother, Larry Larson of Carrollton, Texas; numerous nieces, other loving in-laws residing in Oklahoma, and friends.

Donald was preceded in death by his parents.

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I enjoyed the many times over the years, of getting to visit with Don while he was in my chair. He loved to talk about cars, the beach and most of all his family. Nada, you and the girls are in my prayers. My sweet memories carry you through the coming days and weeks. Jessica Caufield, February 23, 2021 I didn't have the pleasure of meeting Donald but he had a wonderful smile. I'm very sorry for your loss. I'll be praying for you and your family during this time of sorrow. Take Care. Angela Joyeux Angela Joyeux, February 22, 2021 My thoughts and prayers go out to Don's family. I worked with Don in the car business for many years. He was truly a gentleman and someone to be trusted as a friend. Sincerely, Dale Littrell Dale Littrell, February 19, 2021 Prayers to Nada and family. One of the best guys I knew. Such great memories from Frederick and Dallas. Rest In Peace sweet friend.
Brenda Fisher, February 18, 2021