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Donald Craig McCune

Donald Craig McCune passed peacefully in his home on March 14, 2020, in Akron, Oh, at the age of 59.

Don was raised in Amma, WV, and moved to Ohio when he was a teenager.  He married the love of his life in 1995 in Akron, Ohio, and worked as a welder at Hycom for 30+ years strong.

Don had the biggest heart and genuinely cared about those in his life. He enjoyed life and had a great sense of humor. His best times were outdoors around a campfire with good friends sharing stories and laughing.

Don is survived by his wife Debbie, six sisters Pat, Reba (Steve), Denise (Frank), Sherlene (Butch), Maxine (Harold), Melissa (Tom), mother-in-law, Patrica, brother-in-law, Jerry (Bridget), daughter April (Isaac) and two grandchildren, Sarah & Elijah. He is proceeded in death by father, John, mother, Ruie, brother, John Jr., father-in-law Richard and brother-in-laws Jim & Jeff.

It goes without saying that he will be missed. We love you very much. Please send out a loud "cheers" for an amazing man.

Cremation has taken place.  The family will have a private celebration in Little Pigeon, WV, in the next couple of weeks. We invite you to have your own gathering to celebrate his life as well.

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Guestbook

Just gone too soon. I love you so much Don and am so grateful God put you in our family. Thank you for being by my moms side through everything. You are such a great man and we miss you. I am so proud to call you dad. Everyday Im thinking of your smile, your humor, and your love. That warms my heart. I love you forever.

April Mar 22 2020 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Donald McCune

Bridget Harper Mar 22 2020 12:00 AM

Thank you for such kinds words! Love you.

April Mar 22 2020 12:00 AM

My Uncle Donald was always good to me when my mom said he was coming to visit they would let me stay awake if it was gonna be late when he got there .he was a hard worker even tho he had things stacked against him ....when I was a kid he gave me my first Coon hunting light because he wasn't hunting any longer .. I just wish in the years past I would have got to spend more time with him ... Love Ya uncle Donald RIP

Dwight Mar 18 2020 12:00 AM

Don has the kind of smile and attitude that just made you want to smile back. That was nice gift. May he smile down upon us every day. Sending love to Debbie, April & family.

Jessica Riker Mar 18 2020 12:00 AM

My loving Don, I miss you so much and your little Lady too. Wish we could of had more time together.

Not to many woman out there can say they are treated like a queen, well that was Don. He opened my car door for many years until he wasn't able. He always said please and thank you and was always so polite.

You know how us girls get in there moods and take it out on the one's you love. He just listened to me and tried to calm me down. He was so patient.

Love ya.

Debbie Mccune Mar 17 2020 12:00 AM

I am so sorry for your loss Deb, you had a great man! He was kind, always willing to help ( remember you guys keeping the fire going to kill the hornets, so know one would get stung) lots of great memories and fun, Bob and I will greatly miss him!

Shirley Mar 17 2020 12:00 AM

I was just a little boy when my Uncle Donald came to live in Ohio. He was always smiling, always laughing, always so full of life and to my eyes back then, and even until today, he was just so cool! I love you Donald Craig and never expected you would be gone so soon.

Jamie Goodwin Mar 17 2020 12:00 AM