With heavy heart and tears I must announce that a good man and decent, loving soul has passed away yesterday. I don't have many details.
Please pray for our selfless and giving brother and his family, in their hour of tragedy.
I've known him since the summer of 2001, when he was just starting with orgone and we happy few, we band of brothers and sisters decided it was time to fight back with love and on an energetic level, the evil oppressing this plane.
I shall miss him dearly.
I shall stand for you Don, on that day, and today, so that all the great good you have done shall shine far and above those which would harm your travels. We love you now more than ever.
Don and the boys.
|May our Father's hand be upon you brother...|
North Idaho man dies in hang gliding accidentWHITMAN COUNTY, Wash. - A North Idaho man died in a hang gliding accident on Steptoe Butte Saturday morning.
According to the Whitman County Sheriff's Office, deputies and emergency medical crews were called to the butte Saturday morning around 10:30.
Don Croft, 69, of Athol, suffered a head injury and was flown to Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane where he died.
A friend who was hang gliding with Croft told deputies that Croft crashed twice. Both times it appeared as though gusty winds forced Croft's hang glider to crash as he was trying to fly off the Butte. After the second crash, he complained of dizziness which was getting worse. His friend then called 911.
|Don and Carol Croft|
|Steptoe Butte, WA. Where Don was flying|
Steptoe Butte, WA and you are much loved my friend