Wayne Stewart MacDonald

Apr 11, 1939 – Mar 8, 2019

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Wayne MacDonald, 80, of Tukwila, WA passed away peacefully on Friday, March 8 at Highline Hospital in Burien, WA after a long battle with diabetes.

Wayne Stewart was born on April 11, 1939 to Stewart and Doris MacDonald. He was raised on the family farm near Langdon, North Dakota.

After Wayne graduated from Langdon High School, he joined the US Airforce where he spent part of his enlistment deployed to the Libyan Desert after the famous World War II B-24 “Lady Be Good” bomber was found in the desert in 1959. When Wayne was discharged from the Air Force, he returned to Langdon and worked driving delivery truck for the Langdon Creamery.

He then left Langdon and headed to Seattle, WA where he met and married Virginia Lowen in 1965. He worked for and retired from the Sears Co.

Wayne always enjoyed helping other people, even if they were just friends or relatives of his friends, he called it “The North Dakota Way” and he lived his entire adult life that way. He was always there when his family or friends needed him. His favorite part of the week, was having breakfast with his friends. He often talked about the good times they had.

Wayne is survived by his son, Jeff of Maryville, WA and his daughter, Kellie MacDonald-Midgley of Seattle, WA; three grandchildren, Phillip, Roxanne and Emily. Two sisters, Judy Stevens, Renton, WA, Susan (Bill) Jennings, Avon Park, Fl, two brothers Robert (Cheryl) MacDonald, St George, UT, & Dennis MacDonald, Langdon, ND, two sister-in-Laws, Sally Coon, Spooner, WI, & Barbara Reitan, Kent, WA.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Virginia, his parents, Stewart and Doris MacDonald, infant sister, Jeanette Marie, infant brother, Michael Bradley.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 9:00 am thru 11:00 am reception following from 11:00 am thru 2:00 pm. at Bonney-Watson Memorial Funeral Home, 16445 International Blvd., SeaTac, WA.

Interment to be held 1:30 pm, Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at Tahoma National Cemetery, 18600 SE 240th Street, Kent, WA.

Guestbook

Sarita Welsh Behr
Lakewood, CO
Mar 20, 2019

My thoughts are with the family. Keep your memories close to your hearts as they do help mend. It was nice seeing you at the service today, March 20. Sad times also bring good times such as seeing the family we have known for so many years. God bless each of you.

Wes Anderson
Des Moines, wa
Mar 18, 2019

Wayne was a great a person I had the privilege of meeting through our mutual Barber friend Larry Kartes. Since they were from N.Dakota and I being a Montana guy we shared all the usual ND and Mt Jokes. Thanks for the memories, even though I was out numbered with the laughs we shared.

Thanks Wayne for being a true American who shared his time with us and the Air Force to serve our great country America.

God Bless your family

Dennis and Sally
Langdon, ND
Mar 17, 2019

You will always be with us. Love you. Dennis and Sally

C. Allan Reitan
Covington, WA
Mar 16, 2019

Farewell dear uncle, you were my other father growing up and I am thankful for the memories and times we had together.

Jeannie and Robbie Roberts
Burien, Wa
Mar 16, 2019

Wayne was a long time friend and neighbor of over 40 some years

He was always helpful and such a great person

We were blessed to have him as a friend

We will miss him very much

Arvid Boe
Langdon, ND
Mar 15, 2019

Sorry to hear about Wayne, He was such

a good friend I will always remember all the good times we had growing up together.

Beverly DeSimone
Des Moines, Washington
Mar 14, 2019

Rest In Peace Wayne...you fought the hard fight and now you can rest. Thank you for all the memories...soccer club thru life. journey

Eugene Thom
Renton, Was.
Mar 14, 2019

Sorry to hear about wayne I will try to tuesday

Gorden and Jeri
Langdon, ND
Mar 14, 2019

We were so sorry to hear this, our sympathy to all of you.

norma mikkelsen
maple valley, wa
Mar 14, 2019

so sorry to hear of waynes passing but he is at peace

my thoughts and prayers are with the family.

norma welsh mikkelsen

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