Scott Macdonald • March 26, 2022

Scott Macdonald, HM1, USN (ret) passed away on March 26, 2022.

Scott was born April 22, 1956 to Charles E. and Helen Lohr Macdonald in Glendale, CA. He enlisted in the USN in 1976 and was stationed in Yokosuka, Japan where he met the love of his life Rhonda Carper.

Scott and Rhonda have two children, Craig and Megan. Scott was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He also loved vintage dirt bikes and was well known in the vintage dirt bike community for his expertise. Scott was very proud of his service in the USN as a FMF hospital corpsman. He is a veteran of the Gulf War (Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm).

Scott is survived by his wife of 44 years, Rhonda; son, Craig Macdonald (Tiffany); daughter, Megan Brigham (Justin); and his four grandchildren, Lexie, Addison, Alex, and Grace.

Memorial services will be held at a later date.

  1. Patricia Davis says:

    Such a great man and a big loss. Will miss him dearly.

  2. Deb and Bill Doke says:

    Rhonda our love and prayers are with you and the kids and the grandchildren. Scott will be missed by all who had their lives touched by him. Know that we are here for you.

  3. Brad Anderson says:

    Scott and I go all the way back to elementary school, then military school together not because we’re bad but because they needed us…right ! then high school and after high school I lived with him his parents for a period of time, many fun times in their cabin in big bear, and much much more
    Motorcycles… both of our loves and Scott with his vintage motorcycles that he did is amazing one craftsman for sure
    I have much more to say but I love you Scotty and I miss you

  4. Jeff Glaser says:

    This was such a shock to me that I really don’t know how to put this into words, but I will say this. Scott has always been family to me and a true brother without a doubt,And will be sincerely missed!! Rhonda I am so thankful for yours and Scott service with the USN, which is really appreciated!! I am so thankful that you and Scott found each other and had a wonderful life for 44 years in marriage. What an awesome blessing. And one thing I know for sure Rhonda is that Scott loves you more than life itself and that you are the best thing that ever happened to him, and I’m sure that goes both ways. May father God and the Lord Jesus Christ always be with you in your heart and with your family, Amen! Your loving friend, Jeff Glaser.⚓🦅🇺🇸

  5. Harvey Haydon says:

    Meet Scott over 20 years ago.we became good friends and interests in vintage bikes. I talked to him often. He will be very missed. Prayers to His family. Ride on Scott.

  6. Mark A Miller says:

    Remember Scott from high school days, dirt biking, and reconnected later in life after his military service years.
    Scott always had the best knowledge about all the dirt bikes out there, vintage or otherwise, and he was always personable and kind. I’m honored to have known this good man, and may his family be able to seek solace in his greatness as a human being.
    Ride In Peace, Scott, and we will all meet again at the next level. God bless you, man.

  7. Jim Cook says:

    Rest in Peace Old Friend.
    I’ll miss you and our phone conversations.
    Prayers for those he left behind.

  8. Craig Macdonald says:

    I miss my dad everyday. We may have not seen or talked to each other for periods of time as we both were taking care of things on our own time, but whenever we did sit to talk we just picked it up like we never missed a beat. The man loved to talk. He loved to go back and forth with you. I miss those long phone calls or those discussions face to face about relationships, the military, joe Biden being a Fu*k tard, motorcycles, family history, or whatever we decided to talk about. I miss his laughter, his strong hugs, his laugh, and everything else. I try to strive to be the man that he was. I hope one day to be all and more. That’s what he would have wanted. You may be gone from this earth, but I will always be with you and vice versa. I see you in my face. I see you in my children. You will never be fully gone.

  9. Timothy Brockway says:

    I knew Scott back in high school. We were dirt bike buddies.
    He turned me on to my 1973 CZ. He told me where I could buy one in a crate at a warehouse. I still have it.
    We each had SS El Caminos to transport our bikes.
    They were a sporty hot car to have in its day.
    Ride on Scott. You will be dearly missed.

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