Don Chapman Obituary, Death – Don Chapman, a lead guitarist and vocalist at Rick Roberts and Larry Burnett has died. Don was from Leesburg, Virginia, but he lived in Tucson, Arizona. He was a Singer and Songwriter. Don was a board member at Pascua Yaqui Development Corporation. Don was Contract Sr. Executive at US Dept of State, Contractor, he was also former Senior Vice-President at Kikiktagruk Inupiat Corporation. He studied Information Systems at University of Maryland. Don Went to carolton oaks, also attended Norfolk Collegiate School. He worked at Cayuse Technologies. Don was a tribe member at Mohegan Tribe.
According to Lisa Lim; Since I learned that Don Côqayohômuwôk Chapman had passed away late last night, I’ve given a lot of thought to reflecting on his life and legacy. I have experienced shock as well as utter destruction. I went back and looked at many of the emails and photos we had shared with one another in order to relive some of the wonderful times we had together. My main musical collaboration with Don is in the form of an acoustic duo. In addition to that, he was a sporadic member of my band. We performed at a large number of gigs together.
The moment he saw me, he started calling me LL and Limster. I referred to him as DC as well as Chapstick. Whoa, talk about a go-getter! He merely had a passion for living. Conversations about cool musical gear, emerging artists, lesser-known songs, and songwriting were a constant topic of ours. And of course, some sweet American muscle cars! His quick wit and hilarious humor kept me on my toes at all times! We also had an open and honest conversation about life. He had a tremendous amount of affection for his family, friends, and community.
If I was having a bad day, he would never think twice about giving me that extra boost or reassurance that I needed to get over it and move on with my life. Don was an extremely generous person who was also kind, passionate, and caring. Heaven has undoubtedly received an angel. Friends, I hope you get some rest. Til we meet again. My deepest condolences go out to Holly, Matt, Chris, and the rest of the Chapman family, as well as to all of his friends and colleagues. He was quite a remarkable individual. Mark and I feel extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to experience his friendship, and we will always treasure the memories we have of him.