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David Alan McDonald

NEMO—David Alan McDonald passed away Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at the age of 57.
Celebration of life: 11 a.m. Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Brown Memorial Chapel.
Visitation: 10 a.m. Tuesday prior to service.
Interment: David will be laid to rest in Annetta Cemetery in a private service.
David was born October 5, 1960 to Wilmer McDonald Sr. and Lydia Rodriquez McDonald in Blytheville, Arkansas. David had a love for Nascar racing and hunting, but most of all was his love for his children and grandchildren.
David is preceded in death by his father, Wilmer McDonald Sr.; three brothers, Guy McDonald, Merrick McDonald and Michael McDonald; and sister, Dianna Pauls.
Survivors: Wife, Sandra Kay McDonald; son Shawn McDonald and wife, Jessica; daughter, Misty Canion and husband, Kyle; daughter, Kristy McDonald; grandchildren, Blaine Rutherford, Kaylee McDonald, Hayden McDonald, Abigail Canion, Gavin McDonald and Lauren Canion; mother, Lydia McDonald;  brother, Wilmer McDonald Jr. and wife, Kendra; sister, Sherri McDonald; and many friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. So sorry for your loss..It’s just do sad…Prayers to you and all the family..

  2. Words cannot express my grief for all you! I loved David like a brother and will always remember his goofy ways and live for his kids and grandkids! He will be missed more than words can say! I love you guys and will keep you in my prayers!

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family

  4. Prayers for my family during this difficult time. Love y’all.
    Dorsey and Grajeda Family

  5. I was shocked when I heard the news about David passing away. David was a childhood friend of mine. I’m so sorry over your loss. My condolences. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. Love you guys! Wish I was there to give you a big hug. He was a wonderful neighbor, father, husband, and grandfather!

  7. Thoughts & prayers for this beautiful family! Love y’all ❤️

  8. Buddy& Sherry. Wilson

    We are so sorry for your loss. May God help you guys deal with all the pain.

  9. We miss you dad. You were so loved. Love you forever.

  10. Miss you Dad and love you to moon and back

  11. Know that he loved each one of you with his whole heart. He loved NASCAR and bow hunting so much. David was full of life and lived each moment to it’s fullest. Bless you guy’s, you have such great memories of your husband, father and grandfather. My love is for each one of you and the rest of the family. I was grateful to know that David believed in God for I know he is with him now

  12. David will be remembered for many accomplishments especially what he did for a living. He was a top level master carpenter who designed a number of houses of houses which he framed and built cabinets for. He quickly found a niche in building staircases. He cherished his work and was often requested by home owners because his unique ability to design and build magnificent staircases and his attention to detail. I’ve seen none better. He once told me that he could turn a stack of wood into some remarkable.
    He was also was a super dad and grandfather to his family. He was my brother and friend and I will never forget him.

  13. Marty Karnacewicz

    I had the extreme pleasure of knowing Alan as a customer to Sentech. It was only for a brief period I knew him and I am sad for this. One of the nicest people I have met and his dedication was exemplary. My prayers to you all!

  14. I am so saddened to hear of your loss. I remember David when he was a kid and y’all would come to your Grandma Lula’s house in Sterling City. I am glad to know he became a very well loved and honorable man. I am proud to be family. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

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