Lasting Memories

Don C. DeJongh
1937-July 23, 2011
Palo Alto, California

Don C. DeJongh, 74, a 27-year resident of Palo Alto, died suddenly on Sunday, July 23, 2011.

Survivors include Miriam DeJongh, his wife of 51 years; their children, Fritz, Matt, Katie and their spouses; and six grandchildren.

A memorial service will take place at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 600 Colorado Ave., Palo Alto, on Monday, Aug. 8, at 5 p.m. Gifts in Don's memory may be made to the Peninsula Open Space Trust, or the American Red Cross disaster services, Silicon Valley chapter.

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From Michael Martin
Dec. 8, 2011

Don was my first graduate student at Michigan. He was a superb student and a wonderful person. I greatly enjoyed my association with him, and followed the early stages of his career path with great interest. I am not at all surprised to learn about the rich, productive and meaningful life he lived. He was a good man. My best wished to Miriam and his family. Michael Martin

From David Smith
Nov. 2, 2011

I remember Don very well. I worked with him at Finnigan for many years. He was one of the most dedicated members of the Finnigan staff supporting education, training, and development of staff and users. He should be remembered as the first President of the Finnigan Institute. The Institute was a first in the Mass Spectrometer community. I always thought if the Company supported it a bit more, it would have been a lasting success. All credit goes to Don and some to Quentin as well. Dave Smith

From Beverly Hain
Aug. 7, 2011

We are sadened by the news of Don's passing. Our thought and prayers are with the whole family. Wish we could be with you to give you a hug. My mother Kathryn and Don were counsins, they are having a reunion right now. Love, Bev and Tom