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McDonald, Virgil D.

McDonald, Virgil D.

December 20, 1934 — March 8, 2021

Virgil Dwaine McDonald, 86, of Claycomo, and formerly of Ravanna, MO, passed away March 8, 2021, with loved ones at his side.

Dwaine was born December 20, 1934, in Pollock, MO, the eldest of two children of Virgil and Beulah (Houston) McDonald. He served in Germany in the US Army. Dwaine farmed and operated a service station in Ravanna and retired from MFA. He was a member of the American Legion in Mercer, MO.

Along with his parents, Dwaine was preceded in death by his wife, Jo McDonald. Survivors include his daughters, Debbie Williams and Donna McDonald; step daughter, Jennifer Holt; and step son, Tim Peters. He has three grandsons, Eric, Scott and David; as well as a host of great grandchildren and step grandchildren. He also leaves his sister, Colleene McReynolds and her family.

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Virgil Dwaine McDonald, 86, of Claycomo, and formerly of Ravanna, MO, passed away March 8, 2021, with loved ones at his side.

Dwaine was born December 20, 1934, in Pollock, MO, the eldest of two children of Virgil and Beulah (Houston) McDonald. He served in Germany in the US Army. Dwaine farmed and operated a service station in Ravanna and retired from MFA. He was a member of the American Legion in Mercer, MO.

Along with his parents, Dwaine was preceded in death by his wife, Jo McDonald. Survivors include his daughters, Debbie Williams and Donna McDonald; step daughter, Jennifer Holt; and step son, Tim Peters. He has three grandsons, Eric, Scott and David; as well as a host of great grandchildren and step grandchildren. He also leaves his sister, Colleene McReynolds and her family.

McDonald, Virgil D.'s Guestbook

I don't know where to begin, You are and will always be my daddy, no one can take that away from me, you raised me from the age of 13 till today, you taught me not to hate, to work hard and to love everyone . Always even if you don't see each other or talk to never give up on family. I am sorry that I wasn't there to be able to say goodbye, but I know you knew just how much I loved and respected you. Give momma a hug and tell her we miss her too. We will always remember that special smile, that caring heart, that warm embrace, you always gave us. You being there for Mom and us kids through good and bad times, no matter what. We’ll always remember you Dad because there will never be another one to replace you in our hearts, and the love we will always have for you. I love you always Daddy

Jenny Holt- Daughter

I Love you so much grandpa. I know your shining down on us with a beautiful smile and oh so happy to be with your wife. I'm so hurt and so lost now . But I will be okay please watch over me and the girls please as I find my strength to get through this. You were my world no matter what . That last convo I had on thanks giving I never thought it be my last. :/ But you had a long lived life. If nobody knows I know your amazing and have always been 😘 may you and grandma lay at rest now and peacefully. I pray I get to see you one last time 🤞🏽😭

Tori Holt

Love you Uncle Dwaine you will be missed.

Ruth Hash

Stay strong together, remember to the good times.

Jack and Rosemary Allen

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