Rev. David MacNaughton
In Memory of
Rev. David Neil
MacNaughton
1935 - 2020
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Condolence From: Rev. Brian MacDonald
Condolence: Nancy and family:
Sorry to hear about David's passing. I was extremely fortunate to be able to work under his leadership 1992-1997. He helped me to grow in wisdom, to be aware of the pitfalls of ministry, and looked out for me at those times when I was lacking in experience. A very generous man at all times and in all ways.
Friday November 06, 2020
Condolence From: Christine Blair
Condolence: Dear Nancy and Family Members:
It was with a great deal of sadness that I read of Rev. David's passing. He was a wonderful person and a blessing to know. My acquaintance was through the Rotary Club of Truro but our paths crossed many times at different community events or services. My sincere condolences to each of you. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
With kindest regards,
Christine & Bill
Friday November 06, 2020
Condolence From: KIM FIELDING
Condolence: Dear Nancy and Family...It is with deepest sympathy that I express my sadness over the passing of Rev. David. He was a treasure of a man and a well respected minister who was full of wisdom and warmth. I appreciated his well written obituary which described a life well lived and well loved by him and his family. May you all live with the many memories he gave you and I hope they will sustain you forever...until you meet again. Kim Buchanan Fielding
Thursday November 05, 2020
Condolence From: Liz Millett & Michael Cook
Condolence: We were saddened to read of Rev David's recent passing. When our church in Antigonish was without a minister for a period of time in 2004, Rev David happily drove from Truro to preside over our marriage ceremony. He was so kind and caring, putting us all at ease. He also attended the wedding of Mike's daughter in Truro.
Our sympathy to his family, friends and colleagues. May he rest peacefully.
Thursday November 05, 2020
Condolence From: Gar Moffatt
Condolence: So many were fortunate to share David as a friend and of those who were blessed to have him as family or near family we share your loss. For us, David was always there when we needed him most , and it was at these times when he was at his absolute best, what an amazing ability, his journey taught us much . Thanks to his Family for sharing him for so long.
Wednesday November 04, 2020
Condolence From: Georgette Britten
Condolence: We were so sorry to learn of David’s passing. Our thoughts and sincere condolences to you and your family. Georgette ( Russell) & Alan .
Wednesday November 04, 2020
Condolence From: Shelley Power
Condolence: We were so saddened to read about Rev. MacNaughton's passing. I have so many wonderful memories of this wonderful, gentle man who always had the warmest smile, time for every person he met, and words of wisdom to share. I will miss him saying to me, "There's my papergirl" and giving me a hug. He did this everytime I saw him. Those hugs and talks I will always treasure. Condolences are being sent to Nancy, Sandy, and Peter and family from me, my grandmother Elva Archibald, and my mom, Judie Weir. I hope all your wonderful memories will bring you comfort at this sad time.
Wednesday November 04, 2020
Condolence From: Ruth Ann McOnie
Condolence: I have fond memories of Rev. MacNaughton as our minister at First United Church in Truro when I was a young child. I always felt a keen sense of love of God when I would hear him speak from the pulpit, challenge us his words and his endless knowledge of text he had read and readings from books that he would pull into his sermons. By far what made him a wonderful teacher was his strong storytelling and sense of humor. He always seemed to make things relevant and meaningful to me.
There was also a strong connection between my parents Vic and Shirley Saxon who knew both Dave and Nancy, from their school days. The Cape Breton and Truro ties and love of our families, kids and our shared church faith family.
In later years with Dave and Nancy back in Truro, when we would meet, I would always receive that warm sunny smile and hug from Dave. May he be smiling still and happy up in heaven with his God. Love, Ruth Ann
Wednesday November 04, 2020
Condolence From: Muriel.Bazinet
Condolence: Nancy and family
I am so sorry to read Dave's passing in Monday's paper.There are no words that can be said at this time(especially in the time of covid)You have the comfort of family and friends surrounding you.Although we haven't been in touch for many years but memories go back to the time we grew up in First United,Truro and then you met Dave and I knew him as your husband and minister.Blessings and take care.Muriel Bazinet(Upham)



Wednesday November 04, 2020
Condolence From: Marion.Crouse
Condolence: My heart is full of gratitude to the LORD for the gift of love, faith and laughter He brought into Rick’s and my life through you, Nancy and “Rev. MacNaughton”. curling our time in Lunenburg. So many memories of your kindnesses and many fun filled get togethers. He baptized our three children and made us hungry for the joy of the LORD that we experienced in and through both of you.
So enjoyed the video of your beautiful family,
May the LORD strengthen you and your precious family with His wonderful loving comfort.

In Jesus’ wonderful Love,
Marion Crouse
Tuesday November 03, 2020