Don E. Kaiser, age 72, of Philadelphia, passed away July 25 after a short illness. He was a visual artist and an avid fly fisherman. Don worked at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for over 30 years. As a member of the Department of Community Programs in the 70’s and early 80’s, he and his co-worker Clarence Wood collaborated with artists James Rosenquist, Gene Davis, Sam Gilliam, and others, to bring their art projects to fruition. From the mid 80’s until his retirement in 2008 he worked in the PMA Installations Department, hanging exhibitions and installing art. Don was the first Artist in Residence at the Fleisher Art Memorial, and continued his association there for many years, teaching courses in painting and basic drawing. He exhibited his work in Philadelphia, New York City, Brooklyn, Washington D.C., Wilmington, DE, and other locations. Don fished in many areas of the world. He was an active member of the Anglers Club of Philadelphia and served on its board. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, Gina Kaiser. Letters of sympathy may be sent to 867 N. 30thSt., Philadelphia, PA 19130. A memorial will take place in the fall.