Donald Chambers

Birth Name:
Donald Eugene Chambers
Birth Date:
November 23, 1930
Death Date:
July 18, 1999
Place of Death:
El Paso, Texas
Cause of Death:
Cemetery Name:
Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Crime and their Victims
founder of the Banditos motorcycle club

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery

6900 Lawndale

Houston, Texas, 77023


North America

Grave Location GPS

29.71766, -95.30200


Read More About Donald Chambers:

Videos Featuring Donald Chambers:

See More:

Butchie Doe

popular name: Butchie Doe

date_of_death: June 7, 2018

age: 59

cause_of_death: Cancer

claim_to_fame: Crime and their Victims

best_know_for: Arthur "Butchie" Doe was one of the most hated mobsters in all of Boston Mob history. Suspected in 3 murders he also survived 4 attempts on his life. Prone to bouts of unspeakable violence, he worked with a team of Charlestown townies and they would rob banks all over Boston. Known to screw over his own crew, he shot one individual to death so he didn’t have to share the spoils of a bank robbery.

Jack Ruby

popular name: Jack Ruby

date_of_death: January 3, 1967

age: 55

cause_of_death: Lung cancer and pulmonary embolism

claim_to_fame: Crime and their Victims

best_know_for: American nightclub owner who fatally shot Lee Harvey Oswald, while Oswald was in police custody after being charged with both the assassination of incumbent United States President John F. Kennedy, and murder of Dallas policeman J. D. Tippit. Ruby's extensive mob ties only added to the suspicion that Oswald did not act alone and the assassination of President Kennedy was related to organized crime.

Peter Limone

popular name: Peter Limone

date_of_death: June 19, 2017

age: 82

cause_of_death: Cancer

claim_to_fame: Crime and their Victims

best_know_for: Peter Limone was an active member in the Patriarca crime family as a bookie and was an up-and-coming mobster in the Boston crime family who, prior to his arrest, was only arrested once for running a dice game. In 1965, Edward "Teddy" Deegan was found murdered in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Limone was arrested and in 1968 Limone, Joseph Salvati, Henry Tameleo and Louis Greco were found guilty of murder after FBI informant Joseph "The Animal" Barboza and fellow hitman Vincent "Jimmy the Bear" Flemmi fingered them as the killers of Deegan. Only problem was that Barboza and Flemmi (along with two associates) murdered Deegan and the FBI was doing Whitey Bulger and Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi a favor by falsifying evidence and testimony against Limone and his associates. In 2001, Limone was released from prison after serving 33 years for a murder that he didn't commit and was awarded a $26 million judgment for his wrongful conviction. Upon his release Limone operated from Boston and served as the Patriarca family's consigliere before he was promoted to boss of the crime family.

Back to Top