Trencher Alert: Rest In Peace Donald Boettcher

Our brother, Donald Boettcher, has passed away after succumbing to a battle with cancer.

Don was a patriot who has served in the patriot movement for more than the thirty years that I have been listening to him.  Because of Don, the ability of our people to fight has been multiplied thousands of times over.   

Though Don and I had a disagreement or two, he made sure to call me and when the conversation was over, we were brothers.

Don has always had the true Christians’ settled heart.  I loved Don and my heart is on the ground.

Mark and Don

Don said we in the patriot movement stand on the shoulders of giants.  Don is now among those giants and we all stand on his shoulders.

Thank you for your service to our Republic.

Rest in peace, Don (Preacher).

Our deepest condolences to Don’s wife, Debbie, and his brother, Mark Koernke.

Further condolences to Don’s wife, Debbie, for the loss of her son.

22 thoughts on “Trencher Alert: Rest In Peace Donald Boettcher

  1. The trenches will be sending a wreath, Don was a good man, I’m sure Mark Koernke and family are devastated, as are we. Don and I had many of laughs together, such a loss to the community.

  2. I listened to the Micro Effect With Mark Kornke today. If memory is right Don tried to say hi but was not able to
    He was alive as of 10 30 today. I really like listening to him. My prayers are with his family.

  3. Like many others, I did not know that Don was ill – my listening to TME / LTR / IR has been intermittent as of late.

    RIP Don, you will be missed, your voice, laughter and stories would lift my day.

    I never got to meet you and talk and I will always regret that – I always wished I had an uncle as cool as you.

    My heartfelt condolences to Debbie, to Mark, Nancy, Edward and Koernke family.

    Don, deannachd dia dhuit – Cha bhithidh a leithid ami riamh. (Blessings of god be with you – His equal will never be among us again.)

    From friends in both the US and across the ocean in UK & France.

  4. Hear your voice and and learn from you always. We will fight this war with you right by our side Don. Thank you so much.

  5. What sad news! My heart is breaking for Don’s wife, family, and friends. My sincere condolences. Know that there are many people you have never met who truly care and will be there for you in any way they can if you only ask. Keep the faith and stay strong.
    Rest in peace, Don.

  6. My condolences to the family and friends of Don. It’s a great loss to lose someone who can inspire so many for so long, but he and his contributions will not be forgotten.

    R.I.P.

  7. I can hear Don’s voice, a calm message of brotherly love to us in this ugly world.
    You made me feel love Don. Love of a good soul, in a universe of chaos.
    Rest in peace Don, you’re part of us, and we’ll always be with you, forever.

  8. Although don and I didn’t see eye to eye sometime s, he was still a great guy .. may you have found true freedom brother. You will be missed…..

  9. Don, you have been a friend and mentor to me. It was an honor to have you as a friend. Rest now forever and peace be with you- Isaac

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