David L. MacDougall, 63

David L. MacDougall
David L. MacDougall

David L. MacDougall, 63, of Scriba, died Thursday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Syracuse.

Born in Fulton he was a life resident of the Fulton – Oswego area. David was a hard working farmer, working on many local farms and was affectionately known as “Goat Farmer”.

He was an active member of the Moose Lodge both in Fulton and Oswego. David was also an active member of the Fulton First United Methodist Church. He was an Army veteran serving from 1968 to 1970.

David was a loving husband, father and friend to many. He enjoyed John Deere antique tractors.

He was predeceased by his parents Burdette and Thelma MacDougall; his foster parents, Nelson and Ruth Williams and a sister, Barbara Harris. Surviving: his wife of 25 years, Roseann MacDougall of Scriba; two sons, David, Jr. and Philip Joseph both of Scriba; siblings, Burdette, Ken, Diana, Charlie, John, Dorothy and Jean Mary; several nieces, nephews and cousins.

There are no calling hours or services. Contributions may be made in David’s name to the Fulton First United Methodist Church, 1408 State Route 176, Fulton, NY 13069.

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4 Comments

  1. Dear family…I am truley sorry to hear about the loss of our brother David. I feel honored that you made me apart of your family and included me. I do hope David did not suffer. It seems like I spend most of my time sending my loved ones off to a better world. I find this an awkward place to be not really knowing my true blood brother but priledged that I got to meet David and his family. I have always felt the true love that our family holds for each other and friends. Please send my condolences to P.J. and David and Rose. Take care of each other and send a THANKYOU to Ken for calling. Sincerely with Love Jean Mary and Richard.

  2. I will truly miss him. he was a good friend and always made everyone laugh. He was always at the church when they needed him and always had a smile on his face. he will missed at the church and i send my condolences to the family.

  3. Dear Family
    While growing up I worked at Di Bello’s auction barn in hannibal, where dave also worked. He was a hard working, reliable honest man who I learned life lessons from. I Last saw Dave at Ben’s funeral and did not recognize him till I heard his voice. We talked of the great times we had working there and our respect for Ben. I respect Dave in many of the same ways, his word was golden and his smile contagious. My thoughts are with him and you, his family now.

  4. So very sorry for your loss! Dave was a special guy and will truly be missed. Please let us know if there is anything you need or anyway we can help. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.

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