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William F. MacDONALD Jr.

Hamburg, New York

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Billy - no words can ever be enough to express the loss I feel!! To his family and sons, may you find comfort at this time of grieving. For the short time I met Billy, I have been changed for the better. The perspective of a life lived in Jesus Christ that he brought to me, has been priceless!! I will treasure every moment and every memory!!! Time was way too short Billy, but you will live on as we "keep our chin up and keep smiling" as you always say!!

Such heartbreaking news, Billy I will always remember you!

I am devastated to have learned today of Billy's passing. He was a dear and close friend and I treasure the memories of many good times we shared. My sincerest condolences to his sons ands his parents and family. Rest in peace my dear friend.....you are with your Lord and will be loved ands missed. Bev McCagherty, Oshawa/Largo

Dear MacDonald family, "Uncle Duke" played a role in my childhood. He always had a sense of humor, and always made the day better. While my experience with Duke wasn't long like others, my aunt and him separated, he always left an imprint on my life. I still have he John Van Boxmeer hockey stick and baseball cards he gave me. God bless you Duke.

My deepest sympathy goes out to the MacDonald family. May God help you get through this time of grief.

RIP Billy. I was so shocked to learn of your death. To your family and loved ones, I am truly sorry for your loss. I pray for you all. Thank you for opening your home to me and the friends we had in common. Thank you for the memories, I still smile. You will be missed.

Billie, co-worker, friend and a great brother in Christ. Our friendship was filled and bonded with the love of our great Savior. I will miss you Bill.

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MacDONALD, William F. Jr. "Duke" 48, of Largo, died Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013, in Largo. Born in Buffalo, NY, he came here about 2 years from Buffalo, NY. He was a retired fireman in the city of Buffalo. He attended Pathway Community Church of Largo. Survivors include two sons, Matthew and...

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