David McDonald Death, Obituary – The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) would like to offer its deepest condolences to the family of retired Sergeant David McDonald, who passed away not too long ago. McDonald had been a member of the DEA for many years. Sergeant McDonald began his career with the New York Police Department in 1951 and remained there until his retirement in 1976, when he was 94 years old.
He was the father of the late hero Detective Steven McDonald, who was shot in the line of duty in 1986 and became crippled as a result of the incident. He died as a result of his injuries. At this time, each and every member of the McDonald family is being kept in our thoughts and prayers. Because he had a kind grin, an infectious laugh, and an unconditional affection for the people who were important to him, David managed to make a major impact on everyone he came in contact with.
In the year 1991, on September 28th, he came into the world in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana. The one thing that Little David looked forward to more than anything else was spending time with his large extended family as well as his many friends, all while making other people laugh with his funny character. David cherished the opportunity to spend time with his nieces and nephews in his capacity as “Uncle D,” and the two generations of children kept him entertained for numerous hours.
He loved profoundly and completely, pouring his entire being into it, and he had the heart of a child at his core. David was a one-of-a-kind person in every possible way. He was exceptional. Before he was born, Honey Robertson, his mother, his grandfather Michael G. McDonald, and his grandfather Charles Robertson, along with his aunt Nicole D. McDonald, all passed away. We ask that you, Sergeant David McDonald, rest in peace. Our prayers are with your family.