“I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to the Family. I consider Duncan a great friend while we were in law school together. Duncan had a great sense of humor and it was a pleasure be in his company. It is a great loss to the profession and to the community
“McFadyen Family, I am deeply saddened to hear of Duncan's passing. High School would have been so boring without him. Many fun times in the Class of 1966. Great men always leave a legacy. Duncan's was hie friendship and love for others. I can say he was one of the nicest people I've ever known. God Bless you Duncan and rest in peace with God.
“To the McFadyen family, please accept my deepest sympathy in the passing of Duncan. He was my mother's attorney and was a great help to her.
Charlotte R. Kelly
“Jim, George and the entire McFayden Family. I along with all of the HOKE HIGH class of 1966 extend our condolences to each of you.
Raeford and Hoke County has lost a great American. There is no way to put in words how much Duncan will be missed.
Be Still And Know, he is with God now.
“Dear McFadyen Family
IT is with great sadness I offer our condolences in Duncan's passing. He was a good friend, a good lawyer for us, and we always thought he was special because he was the first person we met in the Atlanta airport after my family and I returned from a five year tour in the Middle East. We will miss him greatly but he is so very blessed to be free of his pain. Wishing the McFadyen family peace and comfort.
Vinnie and Chuck Baker
“Duncan was a wonderful person. He will be greatly missed!
RAEFORD - Duncan Brown McFadyen III, 64, of Raeford, died Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, in Pinehurst. He was born April 20, 1948, in Lumberton, to Duncan Brown McFadyen Jr. and wife, Harriet Hodgin McFadyen, of Hoke County, who predeceased him. He graduated from Hoke County High School, received a...Read More