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In memory of

David MacFeat, Sr.

of Kadoka, South Dakota, died on Monday, December 17, 2018 at his home in Kadoka at the age of 53

David Joseph MacFeat, Sr. was born on April 21, 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to James and Diane (Gough) MacFeat. He was the second oldest of eight children and grew up in the Philadelphia area.

David served in the United States Coast Guard for 20 years and faithfully retired from the military in 2003.

Survivors include his wife Andrea MacFeat of Port Angeles, Washington; one son David (Michelle) MacFeat, Jr. of Kadoka; one daughter Sarah (Aaron Cooper) MacFeat of Auburn, Washington; four grandchildren Jonathon, Hailey, David III, and Aubrey MacFeat; his mother Diane Getchell and her husband Lloyd of New Brunswick, Canada; three brothers James MacFeat, Bill MacFeat, and Greg MacFeat; four sisters Mary Bryant, Peg Kelley, Christine Ryan, and Kimberly Davis; one step-brother Tony; three step-sisters Suzanne, Jean Marie, and Leanne; and one half-sister Maxine; and a host of other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father James Larson MacFeat.

“Go Flyers and Fly Eagles Fly!”

Private services were held.

Private services were held.

  • Sd ~ Jill Alkire Wall (1/5/2019)
  • I have so many fun memories of David, growing up. He had an amazing smile and contagious personality. My heart breaks for his family. ~ Treena Garrison So Portland, Maine (12/29/2018)
  • So very sorry for the loss of your sweet David. Many prayers of comfort to all of you. ~ Wanda Corey Lubec, Maine (12/27/2018)
  • Sending our condolences to the entire family. ~ Sarah, Tobin and Jack Fitzgerald Chamcook, New Brunswick (12/27/2018)
  • My dear brother, David, was 13 months older than myself, and has always been very close to me, even when we lived so far apart. Growing up in a large family was awesome, because there was always someone to play with. I have many fond memories from when we were kids that I will hold deep in my heart forever. He has taught me so much in my lifetime; like how to ride a bike when I was a kid, and how to drive a car when I was a teen, and I will always be thankful for that. My brother David was such an amazing person, and everyone that knew him can testify that he would do anything to help others. He wore his heart on his sleeve and he loved his family more than anything! I will miss him so very much! "Rest in peace handsome!!" ~ Mary A (MacFeat) Bryant Otisfield, Maine (12/26/2018)
  • Remembering Dave for the kind heart and words he has had for my Family at a time of loss we had. Always a smile and hi to us. God please bless his Family at this time. We will always remember Dave when we see the big football sign he helped get it there... ~ Bruce and Bonnie Madsen Kadoka S.D. (12/20/2018)