My Condolences to the MACLEOD Family, and all his/their friends as well at St.Lukes' Anglican Church, from their web site I knew-long he was active, for that I'm pleased.
We/the Scott Family lived across the St., 360 Bronson Ave., were good friends here at the Church. Myself..with Jack watching him play good in Hockey-Nets, my sister Lee-Leona, very best friends with Betty Anne, 'we-all confirmed to-gether' et al my picture. Don' was an senior even then, very accomplished young man, kind, empathetic, talented. As a precocious boy I sold-delivered 'Liberty Magazines', from an white sack, en-route on the street, there...I'd knock on the door, his Father would answer, and buy at 5cents. Every time, I'd say you must be an Presbyterian, [really up the street-Erskine way], he would ask why? I'd say, knox, knox,& the Door Will Open Unto You. And we would both laugh, & away I'd go.
Oddly enough, I still miss the 'wonderful old Bronson Way', charitable family neighbors, & that very same Church you may, 'New Door', to-day.
Thank You All, for setting an good example, for me, even to-day...MACLEOD's.
In Esteem; k +