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Donald Glenn McMillan

Jul. 26, 1960-Nov. 15, 2012

Big Point, MS

Donald Glenn McMillan, 52 passed from this life on Thursday, November 15, 2012 at his home in Big Point. He was born July 26, 1960 in Holland, MI. Donald worked as an underwater diver in the construction industry.

Donald was preceded in death by his parents Kenneth J. and Drusilla McMillan.

He is survived by his devoted and loving partner, Kathy Parnell; her daughter, Kelly Dixon (Big Point); and three grandchildren, Dillon, Summer and Logan (all of Big Point). He is also survived by his sister, Linda (Denny) O'Brien (Muskegon, MI); two nephews Robert K. (Larissa) Swanson (Washington DC) and Christopher J. (Tina) Swanson (Muskegon, MI); and one brother, Rev. Clifford J. McMillan (Glenwood Springs, CO).

Visitation will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 12:00 pm. until 2:00 pm. at Coastal Funeral Home in Moss Point, MS. Funeral Services will be at 2:00 p.m. from the funeral home chapel. Interment will follow at Serene Memorial Gardens, also in Moss Point, MS.

Friends may view and sign an online register at www.coastalfuneralhome.net


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11/17/12 04:55 PM #1    

Janet Bosch (Taylor)

So sadden to see of your passing, it has been many many years since I've seen you.  Thank you for the many great memories from back in jr. high.  I will never forget hanging out with Joni, Brent, and you.  Oh the trouble we could get ourselves into!  You will be comforted to know that Joni is up in heaven waiting to hang out with you again!  Rest in peace my friend.


11/17/12 06:46 PM #2    

Matt Fagan

Man life is so precious,,, Don, Brent Baskin, John Snyder and I used to ride to school together our junior year together almost every day. Man those were some crazy rides..... Donnie always made the hoops teams but sat the bench most the time, however he always had such a great attitude and was always happy.  One time he and I had to ride the bus and we sat in the last row.  Don had a lighter and burned the back of the seat.  We both got detention for a day and had to sit in the front seat of the bus for the next month....  Don, thanks for the memories- 


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