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Donald MacMillan

Donald MacMillan

Friday, February 14th, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved sweet Don on February 14, 2020. Don was born on April 27, 1962 in Burks Falls, Ontario. Cherished son of Daisy Costello, predeceased by his father Andrew, sister Sharon and brother in law John Neilson, dearly loved brother of Andrew MacMillan (Jennie), Rick MacMillan (Angie), Deb DesLauriers (Rick) and Joanne DelConte (Joe), nephew to David and Lorraine MacMillan, Ray Laird, Jimmy MacMillan and Jean MacMillan-Pond. Don loved his mother Daisy with all his heart and considered her to be his best friend. Weekly dinners and games of cribbage were always a fun time together. Don was always the last to arrive at a family dinner wanting to make a grand entrance and have everyone run to him for hugs that he loved and we loved them right back. Uncle Don will be missed terribly by all his nieces and nephews who thought the world of him. He really listened to everything they had to say and would giggle with a twinkle in his eye when they did something or said something humorous and that twinkle will always be remembered and cherished. Don had a 40 year career in the Electrical Supply and Distribution Industry, the last 10 years at Franklin Empire Inc. as Co-Branch Manager of the Hamilton location. He loved going to work never wanting to take a day off. Don spoke highly of, loved and respected his work family and customers. They meant the world to him as we know he meant the world to them. A Celebration of Life for all family, friends and colleagues will take place on Sunday March 8, 2020 at 2pm at Glendale Golf Club, 401 Mt. Albion Road, Hamilton, Ontario. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Don’s memory to The Heart and Stroke Foundation
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Ann C.Ducharme

Posted at 03:58pm
My sincere condolences to all of Donny’s family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May you keep every happy memories of him close to your heart. Donny, was such an easy guy to get along with. I remember him always smiling and always wanted to take part in anything that was going on.

God bless you Donny. R.I.P
Ann D.

Debbie Gallagher

Posted at 02:56pm
Please accept my condolences. Donnie was one of my favourite vendors to deal with, always made me laugh and never had a frown on his face. It was always a pleasure to yap with him. He will be dearly missed .

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