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Don said that even if you didn’t know what you were doing it would probably work out okay if you just tried to do the right thing.
Family and friends would probably recognize his catch phrase of “ah hell, you can do that”.
Coming back to Draper, Don started wearing many hats.
He was a husband, father, farmer, Pee Wee baseball coach, school board member, American Legion Commander, South Dakota Democratic Party County Chair, town team basketball coach, and all this while farming and raising a family.
The family farm was sold in the early 80’s and Don and Helen moved into Draper, taking on a gas station and cafe along I-90. The locals became the coffee crew who met up in the mornings and afternoons.
During this time, coffee shops and diners around the country were touting their “Rush Rooms”.
He was in close combat which was close enough and he learned that the enemy had a diet which had a lot of garlic.
They moved to town and purchased a bar and was named Alex’s Place.
While on the school board, Don was insistent that girl’s sports be supported equally to boy’s sports.
He was proud of helping keep the Draper High School open for eight years longer than most people though possible. There were a lot of books in the Cromwell household.
Donald Wayne Cromwell was born July 16, 1931, one of seven kids born to Arthur and Martha (Lesmeister) Cromwell.
He was raised on the family farm south of Draper SD.