Colin Alastair MacKinnon  19442017

Colin Alastair MacKinnon 19442017

Colin Alastair MacKinnon
Colin Alastair MacKinnon – 73, of
Saulnierville, NS died peacefully at the Yarmouth Regional Hospital on
December 19, 2017. Colin was born in Halifax, NS on February 11, 1944.
He grew up in New Minas, NS. Colin went to Horton High School, where
he was a star athlete. He moved to Yarmouth, NS to work for CP Rail
and spent 25 years with the railroad. He loved to tinker, fix and
repair just about anything and he loved to shop. He was a sport
enthusiast and loved both golf and hockey. Colin is survived by his
three children, Marlo, Jener and Derek; their mother, Susan; six
grandchildren; sister, Joy; brothers, Glen and Barry. He was
predeceased by his parents Alastair and Mae MacKinnon. There will be
no visitation, by request. A funeral service will be held at 10:00
a.m. Friday, December 22, 2017 in the White Family Funeral Home,
Kentville. A brief reception will follow the service. Burial will be
for immediate family only at the Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge, Kings
County, NS. Memorial donations may be made to the Jump Start Hockey
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the White Family Funeral
Home and Cremation Services,
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Death notice for the town of: Kentville, Province: Nova Scotia

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