Donald MacLeod Death, Obituary – The sport of snowmobiling on Prince Edward Island has lost a true pioneer, and he was one of those pioneers who recently died away. The sudden passing of Donald MacLeod has created a significant vacuum in the bobsledding community on Prince Edward Island, where he was active for more than four decades. MacLeod was a pioneer in the sport. MacLeod had been involved in the community for a considerable amount of time. In addition to playing a significant role in the construction of trails, serving as an active member of the KASA for a substantial amount of time, and owning and operating a trailside eatery known as
“Louie’s Place,” Donald was also an important figure in the creation of the KASA. Everyone who had the chance to have a chat with Donald will always remember him as a man of true character who was also tremendously passionate to the game he played. Donald will always be remembered as a man of true character. They will have this recollection of him with them for the rest of their lives. He was the emcee for a long length of time at the KASA annual snowmobile draw, and he never ran out of comments, stories, or humorous barbs directed at other sledders and the sort of snowmobile they preferred to ride.
He was consistently quite enjoyable to watch. Please accept our deepest condolences on the sad loss of a loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with Donald’s family, friends, and all of his fellow snowmobilers. I sincerely wish that the road that lies in front of you is devoid of challenges and impediments of any kind.