Donald Allen Wolf "Don"

December 7, 1950 - December 7, 2023

Donald Allen Wolf “Don”, age 73, of Fallon, Nevada, passed away on December 7, 2023, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on February 26, 1950, to Ted and Hertha Wolf in Ashley, North Dakota. He and his younger sister were raised on a farm near Fredonia North Dakota. His love for all things farming stayed with him through the duration of his life. Don was a hard worker, honest, loving and fiercely loyal.

Don attended Ashley Public School for his high school education. He also served in the National Guard where he displayed his dedication and commitment to his country.

He raised 5 boys, Jason, Brian, Al, Josh and Keith with his previous wife Judy Wolf.

Throughout his career, Don worked as a crane and heavy equipment operator. He was known for his expertise in his field.

In his free time, Don enjoyed traveling the country, making new best friends as well as spending quality time with his loved ones. His personality was infectious, If he didn’t win you over singing karaoke, He was sure to make you laugh with one of his many jokes. He showed amazing ingenuity in his ability to build anything. Once he got an idea in his head it wasn’t a matter of “if” it could be done, his focus was “how” it was going to get done. He personified his motto “Gotta Wanna”.

Don is survived by his significant other, Fern Haugen, and his sons Brian Wolf (Katie), Donald Allen Jr Wolf, and Joshua Michael Wolf (Christine). He was also a proud grandfather to Ashley Wolf, Anthony Peterson, Damian Taylor, Heidi Lemke, Travis Wolf, Brenden Wolf, and Kylie Wolf. Don is also survived by his sister Eileen Goehring (Floyd).

He was preceded in death by his sons Jason Allen Wolf and Keith Joseph Wolf.

A viewing for Don will be held on December 11, 2023, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at The Gardens Funeral Home, located at 2949 Austin Hwy, Fallon, NV 89406.

The Gardens Funeral Home is honored to assist the family during this difficult time.

Please join us in celebrating the life of Don Wolf and honoring his memory.