Don Lee Calvano

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  1. Don you are in my memory and your family is in our prayers🙏🙌  Know that you and your family are in his hands.  You have always been my hero, cousin!! Love you!! Rest in peace👼👼

  2. Don touched a place in our hearts known only by a few, as a brother VietNam Vet.  And more especially, one who served shoulder to shoulder with Henry.  Your smile and love will never be forgotten. May our God continue to cover your family with His comfort and grace. 

  3. From Sarah Aragon and family – We send our heartfelt condolences, love and, support. Don was one of the most amazing people anyone could ever know. His generosity and love towards everyone was truly inspirational, and made you want to be a better person . He will be missed dearly by all of us. We love you very much, Irene and hope you find comfort in this difficult time.

  4. My deepest sympathy and condolences to Don's family. Don Calvano, was a very honest and professional police officer, he was also very hard working alway joking and making those around him smile. The many years I knew him at the airport he always had kind words and thought the best of people. I believe he was chosen to be a police officer, what integrity he had. You will be missed but not forgotten Don.

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with Irene and family, Don was a kind and loving man. I am so glad I had a chance to know him and his family. God bless you all.

  6. Don was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.  He was also a great friend.   He served the City and County of Denver for over thirty years, on the Denver Police.  He served his country in the United States Army as a member of the First Cavalry.  Is a veteran of the Viet Nam Conflict.  He fought a valiant fight against the cancer that eventually took him to his eternal reward.  His friendship was something to be valued and he will certainly be missed by all those who knew him and loved him.

  7. From Paul and Candy Brachle, Don was a great friend and fellow police officer during our time together working the Denver Police Department.  We knew his family well, and watched his children grow up.  Many great memories.  He will be missed.

  8. I worked with Don for many years at Stapleton and DIA. I don't know if he wore his smile every day and everywhere, but I never witnessed his uniform without it. Because he was a trusted friend and confidant to DPD officers and airport employees alike he knew all our secrets. Don was also a genuinely kind family man. He never shared anything, unless it was too funny to keep to himself. A career can give one purpose, A good kind man helps the rest of us achieve our purpose. You'd be surprised how much work gets done when you're happy to be there.
    Rest in peace brother

  9. We know Don as a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.  He served his country as a member of the First Cavalry in the U.S. Army during the Viet Nam conflict then for over 30 years on the Denver Police.  His and his wife Irene's friendship have been valued all the years we have known them….He will be missed by all.

  10. You were so special to me and to all of us. My confidant, comfort, and my joy. Thank you for always being there for me and making me smile and laugh. I'm lucky to have so many happy memories with you. I will always miss you so much Poppo! I love you so much.

  11. Don was a nice man. We served together in Viet-Nam, we went to a few reunions with him and his spouse, we loved his laughter. He will be missed. Condolences go out to Irene and his family. RIP, my brother

  12. Our Condolences to Irene and family. Don and I served in Viet-Nam together 1965-66. Don was a very likable man. We had gone to a few Reunions together and we had a lot of laughs together. You were loved by many RIP, you will not be forgotten

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