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Seton Staley Jr
I'm sad to learn of Don's passing and want to convey my sympathy and prayers to god family. May Don rest in peace. From Seton Staley, Jr. A fellow classmates and teammate at Roger Bacon high school, class of 1960
THE CRYSTALS DON BUEHLER, JIM GILMORE, TOM JOLLEY, ED HENNEL
So very sorry to hear about Don passing, He used to always come into my business "Lofton Creek Seafood" and buy his fishing shrimp. He always hung around for a while sharing his fishing stories! He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family! God Bless
My deepest sympathy Linda! Sending love and prayers to you and your family! ♥️♥️♥️
Watched Don play football at Bacon, he was one of my idols. Had the pleasure of meeting him back in the 90's, what a thrill. He was the perfect example of a RB Spartan.
Donald Robert Buehler
Donald Robert Buehler, 78 of Yulee, Florida passed away in the early hours of August 27, 2021 in his home, surrounded by his family.
Born on September 14th, 1942 in Cincinnati, OH to the late Clifford Frank Buehler and Marjorie Jane Jones, he graduated from Roger Bacon High School where he played the fullback position in football.
Don retired as a Union Iron Worker, and worked for the State of Ohio.
He leaves behind a wife Linda Kay (Albright) Buehler; Brother, Gary Buehler, Daughters, Holly Lynn Buehler, Tammy Lee (husband John) Mason, and Melissa Kay (husband Wylder) Parker; Sons, Granville B. (wife Susan) Carter, and Guy W. Carter; Grandchildren, Alex (wife Terren) Dick, Ben (wife Kesha) Dick, Chad (wife Holly) Dick, Tyler (wife Maddie) Carter, Mary Carter, Sarah Carter, Autumn Vandriel, Cody Winters, Martin Parker, and Garrett Parker; Great-grandchildren, Steven Williams, Connor Dick, Kaden Dick, Kieran Dick, and Dylan Dick.
Don was involved with the Shrine, the Masons, the Moose Lodge, Sons of the American Legion, and the VFW Auxiliary. He loved to fish, and enjoyed teaching his grandchildren about fishing. He was a great outdoorsman. He had several trophy bucks, and has been recorded in Pope-Young record book. He also has several trophies for archery. In the end his greatest joy was his family.
There will be a private ceremony at his home for immediate family. Remains will be placed at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cincinnati, Ohio.