Donald Hubert Crockett, Jr., DDS, was born in Deland, Florida, 1943. He died at his home in Mineral, Virginia, in the care of Hospice. Don was the town dentist and spent many lunch hours enjoying the crows outside his office door and joking with patients as the trains passed by. Crockett was happiest in the company of good friends, animals and plants. Always curious, if you took a walk with Don, you expected to hear a story about an adventure, catch a snake, have several hawks pointed out in the sky, get into a political argument, and end it with a motorcycle ride. He was a man of many interests and one of a kind. His antique motorcycle collection was admired by enthusiasts and brought him joy as he spent many hours lovingly restoring them. He is survived by his sister, Toni Crockett; and nephew Keirsun Crockett, MD, of Atlanta; special friend and care giver, Pam Adkison of Mineral.
Arrangements are private.