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Donald Joseph Lineback

October 31, 1952 - February 24, 2018


dave heaton

white wood

So sorry robin have faith

Charles Amner

Fife WA

To my Good friends Don & Robin, I really enjoyed see you guys in the Restaurant, Don you took the place of my big brother that is also a long time truck driver. Seeing you was like family coming home! My team will greatly miss you both. You friends Charlie and the Fife Team, Mitzels Restaurant & The landmark Poodle Dog Restaurant

Amanda (Wildberger) Raymond

Phnx, AZ

Don was part of my childhood, as Amanda is my best friend. I was over joyed to watch him walk her down the isle. He loved his kids and his wife greatly. I'm saddened and heartbroken at his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Tammy Drury

Sturgis SD

I am so sorry for your Loss! Don was such a character. Always Loved funning into you all, he always had some smart remark. My thoughts and prayers are with you All!

Barb Remington Ray

Sturgis, SD 57788

Oh my dear friend Robyn. My prayers are with you. I know the pain and emptiness you are feeding. And to the kids also. My heart felt prayers and love are with you. Oh the memories I have from my time I spent with your family. Gods blessings to you all.

DeWayne L Brink


I did not know him but what a remarkable story I just read.I may have seen him a time or two while he was driving for Bub but did do know it at the time.My deepest condolences to his wife and children.It is always joyous to read about someone who really enjoys what they do for a living. I can only imagine the joy when he got that truck he always wanted Good for you ,sir.My sympathy to you Robin.

robert a markve


Robin and family,so very sorry to hear about Don. He was a great guy, happy to have known him.

Steve O'Malley

Rapid City

I always looked forward to seeing Don and Robin, when they would come visit me at Peterbilt. I was glad to be a part of his life in a small way.

Carol and Fairbanks

Sturgis, SD

This is sooooo hard to write...we shouldn't be having to do this. Dang the Big C! Ken and I had things we wanted to do with this man and his beautiful wife, Robin!A little piece of my heart is gone now, but not the memories of good times sitting around drinking coffee and having a meal. And hearing the trucking stories and having him bring pieces of where he had been home to us who had never been in those parts of the United States. Telling the funny and not so funny stories of loading and unloading. We will miss you, Donnie. You were always my "little brother" and I could not have had a finer one. We love you always.

Jo Mikkelsen (Newsome)

Fort Pierre, SD

Robin and Family, I'm so sorry to hear about Don's passing. May your loving memories help ease the pain of losing him. With my sincere sympathy. Jo

Arnie Henrickson


I'm sure this is my old friend who also around 1977 on up a year or two walked the streets with me in Sturgis as an extra policeman when they started that extra cops hiring during the Rally...maybe only a year or two but bless you and rest easy Sir!