Donald Alan Durbin

June 25, 1947October 21, 2018

Donald Alan Durbin, 71, of Mt. Washington, passed away October 21, 2018.  He was retired from the Louisville Water Company and enjoyed model trains and antiques.  He was preceded in death by his son, Lance Durbin;  along with a sister, Dianne Hill.  He is survived by his daugther, Tara Durbin (Nick Nolen);  one brother, Kenny (Shari) Durbin;  five grandchildren, Chelsae Hamlett, Sarah and Haley Durbin, and Nicholas and Grace Cockerel ;  along with his loving companion of over 7 years, Dee Mason.  Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Thursday at the McFarland-Troutman-Proffitt Funeral Home with burial to follow in Evergreen Cemetery.  Friends may visit from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday and after 9 a.m. Thursday.  Memorial contributions are suggested to the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

Condolences

Sincere sympathy to Don’s family and Dee Mason. Don was a wonderful, helpful neighbor. May all of you keep good memories in your heart and daily walk. Prayers and Blessings, Sandy McCoy
So sorry for your loss. He was a good friend and Creeker. Berl Meyer
Don was my close friend even when we were miles apart. We grew up as neighbors, went to school together and even double dated. I just found out about his passing and am unable to make it to his funeral. My heart goes out to Dee and to his family, May you rest in peace my dear friend. Larry Wallace
I attended elementary and high school with Donald He was always a good fellow. His father, Lucky, and I worked together at Metro Parks. Lucky kept me up to date on Donald Some years ago when touring My Old Kentucky Home with out of state friends, I saw Donald and spoke with him. He was still the same great guy from earlier years. It made a good day even better. Condolences to Donald's surviving family and friends. Noel THompson
I have fond memories of Donald at FCHS. He was a very kind person. Lisa Craik Lindell
Tara I was so sorry to hear that Don had passed . He was always a very loving and smart guy. As kids we always had fun together. Aunt Polly was always a very caring and loving lady and she passed that on to Don and his gift of learning about his hobbies came from Lucky. I know this is a very hard time for you and our prayers are with all of your family. Vickie Doherty Martin