John Matthew MacLeod

Oct 3, 1937 – Apr 14, 2019 (Age 81)


John Matthew MacLeodPhoenix, AZ - John Matthew MacLeod, born in New Albany, Indiana on October 3, 1937 died peacefully at his home in Phoenix on April 14, 2019. John was 81 years old. He was married to his wife, Carol, for 45 years and was the father of their two children, Kathleen and Matthew....

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I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family for the loss of your loved one, who will be remembered for his contribution to the history and sports. May you find comfort and strength in God during this time of mourning.

MacLeod Family,Sharron and I send condolences for your loss. Sure hope you receive many blessings for the care you gave John as he struggled with his illness. I was pretty close to him during his 1 year at IUwhen I was a student and swimmer there. I was impressed with his relationship with the athletes and his sincerity for their wellbeing as he worked as a dorm counselor that year. What a competitor on the handball court. Thanks John for all Suns,Knicks,and Notre Dame games we got to see....

Just learned of Coach Macleod's death. My sincere condolences to the family. Coach was my Sophomore English teacher at Louisville DeSales High School. I will always remember him. He was a clean cut, always well dressed, physically healthy individual. You would have thought he came directly from the US Marines Corps . Most often he was soft spoken and kept our attention. I remember he drove a sharp looking dark blue 1960 Chevy, like him it was always immaculate. Like him, I graduated from...

So sorry for your loss

My condolences to you and your family,

Coach MacLeod was the best, great influence on our Son David Graves who played for him at Notre Dame, and a man who was honest straight talking and a genuine good man. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family Steve and Barbara Graves, Lexington KY

Please accept my condolences. May you find comfort that God is near you and is a refuge during this difficult time. Psalms 9:9

My deepest sympathies to the MacLeod family for their loss, a good man. John was the class of the Phoenix Suns and when he would whistle from the bench, even the fans would pay attention and get involved at the Coliseum. Take Care, Paul Smith