May 01, 2021
1:00 - 2:00 PM
May 01, 2021
- 2:00 PM
Colin’s service will be livestreamed below starting at 2:00 PM Saturday, May 1, 2021.
Colin A. MacDonald, 24, passed away unexpectedly in his sleep at home on Saturday April 24th, 2021.
Colin was born in St. Paul MN on 11/27/1996. He was baptized as a child and confirmed in his faith as a youth at Hope Lutheran church. He was so well read in the bible that he could quote scripture from memory. He grew up in the Fargo/Moorhead area and graduated from Moorhead High School in 2015.
Growing up Colin loved going to the YMCA camp, Swimming, Martial Arts, Tae Kwon Do, and trips to Dad’s, playing on the lake and campfires, hotdogs, and smores. In his youth, he spent years living with his uncle Bruce and aunt Kristin McIntyre. He loved music, playing the violin in orchestra and was very talented playing the guitar.
Colin shared joy with the people around him. He loved to smile, be silly, share goofy jokes, cook, watch movies and spend time with family and friends. He enjoyed special trips with many different family members to New York, Disneyland, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City and many trips to Canada to see family. In the past few years, he started dating his girlfriend Gericka Charbonneau, who had a positive impact on his life. They attended and supported The Rock Church. Pastor Scott and the church greatly influenced Colin’s life.
Colin loved his son Kurtis and the time spent with him.
Colin is survived by his parents Joan McIntyre, Blaine (Stacy) MacDonald. His sisters, Jade McIntyre-Boe and Brit Lily MacDonald. His son, Kurtis, his grandparents John and Dena McIntyre, Ernie and Marion MacDonald. Many Aunts, Uncles, cousins and friends.
Colin had a way of making everyone feel comfortable. Everyone loved his sense of humor and quick wit. Making people smile is what he enjoyed most.
The family of Colin MacDonald would like to thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, and kindness in this time of sorrow. Our wish is that you take the love, joy, and happiness you received from Colin and spread it to those who touch your life.
No individual acknowledgements will be sent.
Please bring a balloon in memory of Colin that reminds you of him to add to the balloon bouquet.