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Captain Don Stewart, (born Donal A. Stewart; 1925 – May 30, 2014), was best known as Captain Don, The Father of Bonaire. In the early 1950s, he invented and patented an "adapter for screen cloth" which is basically the frame for a screen door. He was also a story teller, an advanced scuba diver, an environmental activist and protector of the coral reefs that fringe the coastline of Bonaire, a small island in the Caribbean Netherlands where Stewart lived most of his life.

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  • Captain Don Stewart, (born Donal A. Stewart; 1925 – May 30, 2014), was best known as Captain Don, The Father of Bonaire. In the early 1950s, he invented and patented an "adapter for screen cloth" which is basically the frame for a screen door. He was also a story teller, an advanced scuba diver, an environmental activist and protector of the coral reefs that fringe the coastline of Bonaire, a small island in the Caribbean Netherlands where Stewart lived most of his life.
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  • San Francisco Bay area, California
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  • Captain Don Stewart, (born Donal A. Stewart; 1925 – May 30, 2014), was best known as Captain Don, The Father of Bonaire. In the early 1950s, he invented and patented an "adapter for screen cloth" which is basically the frame for a screen door. He was also a story teller, an advanced scuba diver, an environmental activist and protector of the coral reefs that fringe the coastline of Bonaire, a small island in the Caribbean Netherlands where Stewart lived most of his life.
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  • Janet Thibault
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  • Portrait of Don Stewart
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  • International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame, Bonaire's Lifetime Achievement Award
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  • Kevin and Gwen
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  • "The Father of Bonaire", founder of Bonaire Marine Park, environmental activist, brought tourism to Bonaire
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  • American-Bonairean
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  • Scuba diver, conservationist, environmentalist, inventor, writer, hotelier
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  • Captain Don, Donald Stewart
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  • Captain Don, Donald Stewart
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