Sean Richard MacDonald

With profound sadness we announce the passing of our beloved son, Sean Richard MacDonald, age 35. He was born August 27, 1987 and grew up in Eage WI. and graduated from Palymra-Eage High School. For the last several years he was a machinist working at Diamond Precision Products/Saelens Corporation in Johnson Creek.

 

 Sean loved and cherished the time he spent with his daughter and best friend Kenley. They played games, giggled, drew pictures and laughed together often.

 

 He loved sports and was a big fan of the Brewers, Packers and Bucks.He loved vacationing in northern Wisconsin and Florida. He had always wished to return to Duck Lake near Eagle River after being there as a young boy. He was able to travel through an exchange program to Germany as a teenager through his father's work.

 

 Sean is survived by his beloved daughter, Kenley, his parents, Charles and Sandra MacDonald, and sister Kelsey MacDonald.. He is also survived by aunts Charlene (Dan) Schacht, Wendy (Marty) Vertz.  Multiple cousins, Samantha, Rebecca, Casey, Libby and Molly plus countless other extended family and friends.

 

 He was preceded in death by his grandparents, William and Lucille Mitchell and Richard and Dorothy MacDonald, his brother Kyle and aunt Cathy.

 

 Special thanks to all his lifelong friends who meant a lot to him. He was known for his smile and being a little goofy with them. Also, a huge thanks to all the nurses and doctors at Meriter Hospital, ICU and UW Hospital. They took good care of him and are greatly appreciated.

 

Sean will have a vistation on Wednesday, September 7th at Nitardy Funeral Home in Whitewater, WI. from 5 PM to 7 PM. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday October 1st at his parents' home in Whitewater.

 

In memory of Sean, please consider donating your time or money to a local organization.

 

An Irish Prayer

 

May God give you ….

 

For every storm – a rainbow

For every tear – a smile

For every care – a promise

and a blessing in each trial.

 

For every problem life sends - a faithful friend to share

For every sign – a sweet song.