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Donald Neyman Obituary

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Donald Neyman

Panama City, Florida

October 30, 1934 - August 17, 2022

Donald Neyman Obituary


Donald “Don” Neyman
1934-2022

Donald Alfred Neyman, age 87, of Panama City Beach, passed away on August 17, 2022.  

He was born to Joseph and Leita (Heimbach) Neyman on October 30, 1934 in Butte Montana.

Don and Norma Virginia Barker were married September 26, 1954. They reaffirmed their vows July 16, 1994 at Temple B’nai Israel, Butte Mt.

He had his B’nai Mitzvah with Norma, December 9, 2009, the highlight of their lives, at Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, Colorado.

Don joined the U.S. Navy in January 1955-1965.  While in Honolulu, Hawaii he was an agent in Naval Intelligence, the forerunner of NCIS.  He rejoined the Naval Reserve in 1984 and was recalled into active service for Desert Storm.  Don retired from the Military in 1993 as E-7 Chief Storekeeper in Great Falls, Mt. 
 
Don attended Montana State University, Bozeman for a year and the University of Hawaii for 3 years

He managed several jewelry stores from Washington D.C. to the San Francisco Bay Area to Great Falls Mt.  While working at Waddel & Reed Associates, he was honored as Rookie of the Year

Don was a member of the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

His pride and joy was a 1931 Model A Roadster Deluxe which he drove in tours and parades with the Denver Model A Ford Club and the Southern Colorado “A” of Pueblo.  He had his A from 1997-2014.  Poker, chess and stamp collecting were some of his other interests.  Don liked traveling abroad and in the U.S.  Buying and working a gold claim in the Sierra Mountains of California was a thrill. He and his wife worked hard and had fun dredging in the Yuba River for the gold that he used for jewelry.  After having traveled and moved about 33 times he and Norma became known as the “Neyman Nomads”.

Don deeply loved his wife and adored his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Don is survived by his wife of 68 years, Norma Virginia Barker, brother Joseph David Neyman Jr. and daughters Virginia (Neyman) Hall, Victoria (Neyman) Curtis, Desiree (Neyman) Black and Kasandra (Neyman) Hunsaker, 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

He was laid to rest at the National Cemetery in Pensacola Florida, with full military honors in a private family service.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Donald Neyman hosted by Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home and Cemetery.


Donald “Don” Neyman
1934-2022

Donald Alfred Neyman, age 87, of Panama City Beach, passed away on August 17, 2022.  

He was born to Joseph and Leita (Heimbach) Neyman on October 30, 1934 in Butte Montana.

Don and Norma Virginia Barker were married September 26, 1954. They reaffirmed their vows July 16, 1994 at Temple B’nai Israel, Butte Mt.

He had his B’nai Mitzvah with Norma, December 9, 2009, the highlight of their lives, at Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, Colorado.

Don joined the U.S. Navy in January 1955-1965.  While in Honolulu, Hawaii he was an agent in Naval Intelligence, the forerunner of NCIS.  He rejoined the Naval Reserve in 1984 and was recalled into active service for Desert Storm.  Don retired from the Military in 1993 as E-7 Chief Storekeeper in Great Falls, Mt. 
 
Don attended Montana State University, Bozeman for a year and the University of Hawaii for 3 years

He managed several jewelry stores from Washington D.C. to the San Francisco Bay Area to Great Falls Mt.  While working at Waddel & Reed Associates, he was honored as Rookie of the Year

Don was a member of the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars.

His pride and joy was a 1931 Model A Roadster Deluxe which he drove in tours and parades with the Denver Model A Ford Club and the Southern Colorado “A” of Pueblo.  He had his A from 1997-2014.  Poker, chess and stamp collecting were some of his other interests.  Don liked traveling abroad and in the U.S.  Buying and working a gold claim in the Sierra Mountains of California was a thrill. He and his wife worked hard and had fun dredging in the Yuba River for the gold that he used for jewelry.  After having traveled and moved about 33 times he and Norma became known as the “Neyman Nomads”.

Don deeply loved his wife and adored his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Don is survived by his wife of 68 years, Norma Virginia Barker, brother Joseph David Neyman Jr. and daughters Virginia (Neyman) Hall, Victoria (Neyman) Curtis, Desiree (Neyman) Black and Kasandra (Neyman) Hunsaker, 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

He was laid to rest at the National Cemetery in Pensacola Florida, with full military honors in a private family service.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Donald Neyman hosted by Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home and Cemetery.

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