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Donald MacDonald

Donald MacDonald

Monday, August 5th, 1935 - Friday, February 7th, 2020
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MacDonald, Donald
(Retired OPP Sergeant)

Passed away peacefully at the St. Lawrence Lodge on February 7, 2020 in his 85th year. Much loved husband of Violet. Donald will be missed by his dear sister Ann, brother Al, sisters-in-law Olive and Morag, and many nieces and nephews. Missed sadly by best friends Peter Leclair, John Barbour, and Alan Low. He enjoyed his time with his golf buddies and bridge partners; two games he loved to play. We all have precious memories.

A service will be planned at a later date with arrangements entrusted to the Irvine Funeral Home and Chapel, 4 James St. E., Brockville. As expressions of sympathy, donation to the Kidney Foundation, St. Lawrence Lodge, or a charity of your choice will be appreciated. Send a condolence on the memory wall above or place a donation using the links below.
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  • Ontario Provincial Police

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Philip Barbour

Posted at 09:53am
Philip

For me 'Uncle' Donald was the funny uncle who used to come around to visit us in his police car and set the sirens going to make us all laugh. In all the years we have known him we always saw him laughing and lighting up a room Even in the last few years we would see him regularly back in Scotland and it was like he had never been away. He will be missed greatly by us all.
M

moragallan@cogeco.ca

Posted at 03:32pm
Donald MacDonald was one of the kindest and generous men that you could encounter. He had an incredible sense of humour and was always quick witted. You could never get anything past him. He was very special to me and the rest of my family. I will miss him dearly and I am grateful to have so many memories of him.
Morag Allan, sister in law
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Olive Brown

Posted at 04:55pm
Dear Vi, Things have been hectic for you these last few months but you did a great job of looking after Donald, he was a much loved man, a great brother in law & a thoughroughly decent human being who was so loved by many, hold onto the many precious memories you have of your life together to help you move forward, he will never be forgotten, Till We Meet Again, With love from, Olive & family xx

Darren-Nancy Hayes

Posted at 09:23pm
We are very sorry for your loss Auntie Vi. Uncle Donald was such a kind and generous person. He would always be there for anyone who needed him. He was a great cook and loved to have fun. I will always remember his great smile, big kisses and strong hugs!! Lots of love, Nancy, Donalda and families and loving Sister Ann.
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Peter Sterne

Posted at 05:43pm
Don will be greatly missed by friends and family. Those of us who had the good fortune to play golf with him on a weekly basis with the ERL group, came to know Don as a kind, honourable, easy going, and loyal friend. He was always an gentleman in the truest sense of the word. Don had a wonderful sense of humour, and mixed in with a bit of mischief, never failed to bring wide smiles and hearty laughs among those in his presence. A life well lived, Don will remain in our thoughts always. Vi, our deepest condolences.
Peter and Mieke
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