Don Mccune Death 1968-2022 – Obituary in Moderation: Don Mccune of Milford, a well-respected law enforcement officer, retired Milford county sheriff’s deputies and the loving husband of Dawna VanMeter McCune, has sadly passed away on Wednesday morning, September 28, 2022. Family and friends were devastated when Don passed away.
Deputy Marshal Don was born on September 30th, 1968, which makes it just two days shy of his 54th birthday. His squad car has been parked in front of the Milford Town Hall in his honor. The public is invited to place flowers and memorials on the vehicle. We are sending our love and prayers to Don‘s family. we learnt about this sad occurrence through a publication made by devastated child; Sadie Waikel on Wednesday morning, the statements read below;
At 0245 this morning, my Dad, took his last and final breath. There are no words for the out pouring of love we have felt over the last couple days as we have tried to manage saying our ”see ya laters.” My Dad was a man of so much love and kindness❤️ God called him home on 9/28, just two days before what would have been his 54 birthday.
We will celebrate his life from this day on, as he would have been cracking jokes and making us all laugh if he was still here. ❤️ I will tell my girls the crazy stories of their grandpa and pass along all the good life lessons he taught me. I will miss his big hugs and random phone calls. I will miss one of my best friends and biggest life supporters. Don McCune your going to be missed so deeply, but keep Heaven on its toes as I wait to meet you again one day
How did Don Died ?
Many worried people, especially those close to the family, are curious as to how Don‘s life came to an end. As of right now, all we could confirmed was that Don was pronounced dead following several days after suffering an off-duty medical episode since on Friday, September 23. However, it seems that there isn’t much that can be learned right now until the family issues a firm statement on the matter. As per usual, as soon as it is verified, we will follow up and update this story.
In July 2021, McCune, a former county sheriff’s deputy, began working for the Milford Police Department. He conducted special investigations for the department as well as patrol details during his more than 30 years in law enforcement. He worked for the Kosciusko County and Elkhart Sheriff’s Offices.
He played a variety of jobs throughout that time, including those associated with SWAT operations, detective investigations, dive team operations, drug task force investigations, and many others over his lengthy law enforcement career. Additionally, he provided criminal justice instruction at North Manchester High School.
As people celebrate Don‘s life, tributes are coming in from all sides. As friends and family members remember Don‘s life, social media is ablaze with tributes to him. Don was a man of many virtues, a man with a heart of gold. It is truly crude that Don‘s death took him away.
Don‘s passing will undoubtedly leave a tremendous void. It will take longer for a chasm to bridge between family and friends. Without a doubt, people’s memories of Don‘s death will endure forever. Facebook user; Scott Gidley, also shared the sad news in another online statements. The statements reads below;
Lost a good friend this morning. Don McCune from elementary to high school always made things fun and exciting. Never knew what he would do lol. My heart goes out to his wife Dawna VanMeter McCune . Fly high my friend. This was the concert after our class reunion.
Funerals and Burial Arrangements
As a result of the many well-wishers who have sent their heartfelt condolences, Don‘s family is receiving a lot of emotional support. They are praying for the deceased’s soul to find peace while also offering their condolences to the grieving family.
The family will make its announcement on Don‘s burial arrangements. Details about the obituary, funeral, and life celebration will be made public by the family and loved ones at the appropriate time. We’ll do our best to keep you informed about these.