Donald E. Bane

Born: Sun., Apr. 21, 1935
Died: Tue., Nov. 20, 2018

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Eldred, PA

Celebrating the life of Donald Eugene Bane, 83, who passed away on November 20, 2018 at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital.    Don, as most people called him, was born in Cameron, WV on April 21, 1935.  He was the son of Harry “Monty” Bane and Esta Paulina Stewart.  

On August 29, 1975, Don, married Pak Sun Duek who survives.    

Don served our country in both the United States Army and United States Air Force serving a total of twenty-one years.   Don specialized in Explosive Ordinance Disposal.    Locally, he retired from Pittsburgh Corning Glass Co. of Port Allegheny.  

He was a member of the VFW, American Legion and loved all sports, especially WVU.  

Surviving in addition to his wife, are two sons; James Bane of Eldred, and Jason Bane of South Carolina, one daughter Eugenia Bane of New Jersey, and three grandchildren; Dylan, Gabriel and Ryleigh Bane.  

Preceding him in death was his brother Richard Bane and sister, Marie Leffler.  

Following Don’s wishes there will be no services.  

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Donna Hartzell
   Posted Sun November 25, 2018
So sorry to hear of Uncle Donald passing, I will miss our talks, he would stop and see me often and always kept me updated on how his kids were doing and wanted to know how everyone was doing in my family. He truly loved and was so proud of you all. Donald will be missed by many. Love Donna

   Posted Thu November 29, 2018
We will miss you Donald!! Thank You so much for all the love and support that you always gave my family,especially for all the times you were there for my children at their sports, it meant the world to us. You have and will be missed. You are now with your family..and I can just hear you Mom and Uncle Dick laughing together once again. Also Thank You for your many years of service for our Country. Rest In Peace.. Ella