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Buffalo Don Thompson

March 28, 2013

Buffalo Don Thompson, 90, of Sedona, died March 28.

A war hero and businessman, he was the owner of Buffalo Don Corral in Uptown. He was a living legend in Sedona.

He is survived by his wife, Lynn Thompson, two sons, one daughter, two grandchildren, and his twin brother, Rev. Robert Thompson.

Services will be announced.

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  • Dorothy Sickinger

    My heart breaks for your loss. The world has lost a great human being. Such a great example to us all. I will miss him forever.I smile at the memories of working for and traveling with Buffalo Don all those years ago. Some of the great highlights of my life. 90 years young, wow, what a ride he had!!! Hope to see you all at the memorial service May 27th and join in memorializing and remembering a great man and friend!!! Thoughts and prayers- Dorothy Sickinger, former employee of BUFFALO DON'S ARTESIAN WELLS LTD

  • Donna and John Churley

    Buffalo Don was one of the greatest people we had the pleasure to meet and become friends. We learned so much from this amazing man. We loved visiting with him and Lynn up in Lakeside, Az and also in Sedona. America has lost one of its finest. Rest in Peace, dear friend, you will be greatly missed by so many. Sincere condolences to Lynn and the rest of the family.

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