Donald J. MacEachin, age 91, born June 7, 1914 in Battle Creek, Michigan went to be with the Lord, Sunday, November 20, 2005 at home surrounded by his family. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 61 years, Mae E. MacEachin. He was the son of Roy and Iva MacEachin and had one sister. He is survived by his son Douglas J. MacEachin and wife Olga, his daughter Mary E. Lehman and husband Joe, his daughter Janet M. Wagstaff and husband Jim, seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. From 1939-1964 Don resided in Port Huron, Michigan where is operated his own business. He was actively involved in Kiwanis, and served as Lt. Governor of the Michigan Kiwanis Club. He also served as President of the Port Huron Little League and was instrumental in the building of a multi-diamond little league park. In 1964, he relocated to San Antonio, Texas where he received a Bachelor's Degree in Economics in 1967 from Trinity University followed by a Master's Degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He then moved to Mobile, Alabama and taught at the University of South Alabama for 13 years. Upon retirement from teaching, he and his wife returned to San Antonio in 1981. Don did volunteer work with SCORE for over 30 years at his various residences. Don was a member of University Presbyterian Church, 300 Bushnell, where a Memorial Service will be held Saturday afternoon, December 10th, 2:00P.M. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to Odyssey HealthCare of San Antonio, 4415 Piedras Drive West, Suite 205, San Antonio, Texas 78228

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  1. Don will always be remembered as a man that dearly loved his wife, family, friends and community. When I think of Don, I see his smile and hear his laughter. He always made you feel “special”.

  2. Dear Mary, Joe, and family, Our sincere sympathy to you and your family in the loss of your father, grandfather and dear friend. Our prayers are with all of you in this sad time. Sincerely, Mike and Judi

  3. Sorry to here of Uncle Don passing. But know he is home with the Father and loved one’s.Will pray for you and your family. Love Ron & Jan Niebauer

  4. Mary, So sorry to hear about the passing of your father. We never had the pleasure of meeting him but just hearing you talk about him we new he was a great father and person. Out thoughts and prayers are with you, Joe and your family at this time of your loss.

  5. My your fathers’ memory always be eternal in your hearts and minds! We are sending our deepest sympathy to you and your family.

  6. To all of Don’s Children, May your Dad and Mom,together again, be at peace through all eternity. Aunt Joyce

  7. Don will be missed by many people. The lose will be such a void for his family. He left many fond memories for those who new him. Our sincere sympathy to all the members of his family. Love Donetta Harmon & Family

  8. Our sincere sympathy to all the family. We enjoyed talking to Don when he was in our area and know how much you will miss him.

  9. My sincere sympathy goes out to all family members. I really enjoyed the times he came to Ubly for visits. He always had good stories to tell. I am sure he will be miss by all.

  10. Thanks, Uncle Don, for being a constant reminder that if you want something bad enough….most anything is attainable if you’re truly willing to put forth the necessary effort. May god bless you, and the many loved ones you’ve preceeded.

  11. Dear Mary, Joe and Family, We are so sorry to hear about you father. We remember meeting him at the lake and enjoyed talking with him. Losing a parent is so hard! Our prayers are with you and your family. Bob & Paula

  12. Dear Mary, Janet, and Doug, My condolences on the death of Don. I always looked forward to your family’s visit’s to Ubly and my sons throughly enjoyed the couple of times they got to spend with him in Ubly and Florida. May the good memories keep you smiling. God bless you and your families.

  13. My condolences to Doug, Mary, Janet and families. Your dad was an outstanding human being and a delight to have as a relative. My family has special memories of his visits to us, and from as long as I can remember his stories were the best! My thoughts and prayers will be with all of you on the 10th. Mother Kate asked me to send her sympathies and good wishes to you all.She and dad had many great adventures with Don and Mae.

  14. Mary & family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your father/grandfather. I know he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. John & I enjoyed visiting with Don & Mae so much when they would come to the lake. Cherrish all the fond memories you have, and remember one day we will be together again. Love, Carolyn

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