United Kingdom

Sean McDonald

Sean McDonald

(1983 – 2010)

  • I'm ex forces and I'm so very proud of our soldiers fighting a very difficult war in hard circumstances. I salute you. Rest in peace.
    Lit by Shaun Roberts
United Kingdom

Sean McDonald

Sean McDonald
(1983 – 2010)

In memory of

Sean McDonald

(1983 – 2010)
Proudly supporting
About Sean
This is an online memorial dedicated to Sean McDonald. Private Sean McDonald, The Royal Scots Borderers 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, was killed by an IED in Afghanistan on the 7th February 2010.
Private Sean McDonald was born in Toronto on 5 October 1983. He attended Currie Community High School in Edinburgh before enlisting into the Army and joining the Army Foundation College in Harrogate at the age of 16.
Following a year's initial training, he completed his Infantry phase two training at the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick. He joined his Battalion, The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) in 2001 and has since been on three tours of Iraq, and has also served in Bosnia and Northern
Continued...
About Sean
Ireland.
Sean McDonald deployed with B Company, The Royal Scots Borderers 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, as part of the 3 RIFLES Battle Group on the 2nd October 2009.
Private Sean McDonald, as a senior soldier, was responsible for clearing the ground of improvised explosive devices to allow both ISAF and local nationals to walk the streets without fear of death or serious injury.
Sean was on a routine night patrol providing security to the local people when an IED detonated, killing him and his commander.
He leaves behind his wife Jennifer, his mother Jacqueline and his brother, Darryle McDonald, and his sister, Ceilidh Spratt.
Sean's mother, Jacqueline McDonald, made the
Continued overleaf...
About Sean
following statement on behalf of his family:
"My son was so proud to be a Soldier. He will be desperately missed by all family and friends. This tragedy has left a hole in our lives and a hole in our heart. Sleep well Baby Boy."
This is a tribute in memory of a brave soldier, Sean McDonald. He made the ultimate sacrifice doing the job he loved. May he rest in peace.
Please write something below
(You can delete your comment at any time and edit it for 15 minutes after submission)
1
Kindly lit by
Shaun Roberts
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
I'm ex forces and I'm so very proud of our soldiers fighting a very difficult war in hard circumstances. I salute you. Rest in peace.
Gold tribute.

Please log in to upload galleries

Sean McDonald - tribute extract

Sean McDonald

This is an online memorial dedicated to Sean McDonald. Private Sean McDonald, The Royal Scots Borderers 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, was killed by an IED in Afghanistan on the 7th February 2010.
Private Sean McDonald was born in Toronto on 5 October 1983. He attended Currie Community High School in Edinburgh before enlisting into the Army and joining the Army Foundation College in Harrogate at the age of 16.
Following a year's initial training, he completed his Infantry phase two training at the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick. He joined his Battalion, The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) in 2001 and has since been on three tours of Iraq, and has also served in Bosnia and Northern...

Sean McDonald is remembered by...
Shaun Roberts
X
X
X
X
(You can edit your entry for 15 minutes after submission and can delete your entry at any time)
Rest in peace Sean
I first met Sean at ****
My sincere condolences to all friends and family of Sean
My fondest memory of Sean was ****
Sean used to really enjoy ****
What I will miss the most about Sean is ****
Sean inspired me to ****
Sean changed my life by ****
If I had to sum up what Sean meant to me it would be ****
X