RICHARD-MCDONALD-Obituary

RICHARD MCDONALD

Las Vegas, Nevada

1940 - 2017

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RICHARD "MAC" MCDONALD Richard B. "Mac" McDonald, Las Vegas, passed away peacefully as he slept, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, at Sunrise Hospital. Mac was born May 9, 1940, to the late Ralph and Eva McDonald, in Junction City, Kansas. He was also preceded in death by his sister,...

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I met Mac when we were 16 years old working at Walters IGA in Junction City, Ks. even though I went to the public school& Mac went to St Xavier's Catholic School we we're great friends all through our high school years. Mac and I always had good adventures together but sometimes bad. Our mothers his and mine always said we were good guys except when we got together there was always trouble. I've missed Mac all these years and thought of him often and tried to contact him but was not...

Mac and Deano and Hils 2016

Mac and Tyler 2016

Our Family @ Christmas 2012

Uncle Mac,

It never occurred to me until now that I have known you just about all my life. You have definitely been one of the most predominant male figures in my life. There are many things that will definitely stick in my mind when remembering you. There were times where you didn't seem like you were listening or even a part of the conversation but you would interject with something that was either very funny or extremely sharp, you were witty. I enjoyed our conversations. One...

Easter Sunday

I found a picture of Mom and Mac they were definitely good buddies. They used to do the laundry, clean the house and watch Fox news together. Now they are probably looking down on me while I clean the house, do the laundry, watch Fox News and talk to myself about them. Life is funny.

Mac was a dear friend to my husband, Terry. I first met Mac when Terry and I were dating. They shared many years of great memories.....many of them filled with lots of nonsense!! In fact, Both Mac and Mike were very special to him. He was often accused of being a bad influence on them, especially Mike!! Both my children, Gus and Tara, had the pleasure of getting to know Mac at his finest. Taras best Mac story would entail how during many of our visits to see him in KC he managed to show...

One morning at work I had a walkthrough with a difficult buyer and needed to be on my game..I went to the office trailer to get the paperwork and just as I was walking up the stairs...Mac opened the door of the trailer and without looking, threw a full cup of cold coffee out the door down the steps..The entire contents of that cup hit me right in the face and soaked my shirt..my hair..Hell, I had cold coffee in my ears..I have never seen a look of surprise on someone's face like I saw on his...

Already plannin our next trip...