Donald ‘Don’ F. Asbra ’55 of Alexandria, Va., died July 1, 2010. Born in 1933 in Denver, Colo., Don graduated from Wheat Ridge High School and then earned a professional degree in geological engineering from Mines. After graduation, he served as a first lieutenant in the Army. His career took him from the oil fields of Wyoming and North Dakota to the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Gallup, N.M.; he moved to Alexandria in 1966 and retired from BIA in Washington, DC, in 1992. Don is survived by his wife of 58 years, Mary Louise; five children; and seven grandchildren.
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