Donald D. Calvert

Donald D. Calvert, suddenly, age 82, at rest January 5, 2018 at his home in Lemont, IL. Formerly of Downers Grove, Il and Munster, Indiana. Born July 29, 1935 in Robinson, IL to Lou and Ruth Calvert. Don played collegiate football at Vanderbilt University. Beloved father of Donald C. Calvert and Julie (Kurt) Miiller both of Hammond, IN; devoted grandfather of Kam, Luke and Zachary; dearest brother of Beverly (Leon) West of Texas; fond uncle of several nieces and nephews; dear friend to many. Don was also a member of Christ Church of Oak Brook. Interment private. Memorial Services at a later date. Info 630-257-2123 or


  • May Jesus welcome Don and embrace him with His loving arms. My sincere condolences to the family and close friends of Don, especially those from Christ Church of Oak Brook.

  • Diane (Schroeder) Deiss

    Sorrowing with all the Calvert family.

  • Rest In Peace Don. It was a pleasure to have shared some years with you at Christ Church. Condolences to the Calvert family.
    Bernie and Lynda Fay

  • Nancy and Pat Doran

    I was so sorry to learn of my friend, Don, passing away. I knew him for many years, from Ascend. Ascend was held at Christ Church in Oak Brook, every Wednesday evening, with Pastor Andy Morgan presiding over the group. I last saw Don at my 80th Birthday Party, in February last. He and and I did email back and forth, to keep in touch. My husband also knew Don, but not for as many years as myself. I will definitely miss him. He was a very nice guy.

  • RIP Don! You’re playing on God’s team now!!

  • A very sad day for me to hear that my dear friend Don had left this earth to go to his real home, because I will miss all of our conversations on the phone, mostly about sports, and his wonderful e-mails. I first met Don while in the 6th grade and we even were on some sport teams together through high school. My wife knew Don even longer then I did as she was in the same grade school with him from the first to the fifth grade before moving to an adjoining community but still interacted with him in the Sunday School and church group they were both involved in.
    We will miss our dear friend very much but look forward to that day when we shall see him again!

  • Gail and Jimmy Warner

    Our deepest condolences to Don’s family and my deer friends. Prayers for comfort for you all. We understand how it feels and want you to know that even though distance keeps us apart, we do think about you and are here for you. Call any time!

  • I would like to know if Don’s family is going to have a Memorial Service for him? He deserves one, so people are able to express their sadness over his passing. Please let us know, as we were led to believe there would be a Service, to honor his life.
    Nancy Doran
    Vince De’Veniere

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