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Donald W. Plugge

21 January, 193320 November, 2020

Little River, SC

Donald W. Plugge, 87, died November 20, 2020 at McLeod Seacoast Medical Center.

Born on January 21, 1933 in Baltimore, MD, he was the son of the late Henry E. and Marie Plutchak Plugge.

Mr. Plugge served his country proudly in the U.S. Army and retired as a Lt. Colonel after 22 years of dedicated service. He was then employed as an Auditor for the Association of American Railroads and retired after another 20 years of service. Mr. Plugge is survived by his only nephew, Richard M. Maychak. He is predeceased by one sister, Shirley E. Maychak.

Services will be private with the family.

A guestbook is available at www.leefhandcrematory.com.

Lee Funeral Home & Crematory of Little River/North Myrtle Beach is serving the family.

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Ed Green

December 19, 2020

Rick,
Donald was one of our favorite people. Ed loved playing golf with him! And we loved his visits to our home in FL. I always told him he was a "low maintenance" houseguest. He would emerge from his car with his pillow and a box of cereal. He was always a gentleman, bright, kind and considerate. He was full of wisdom and knew human nature!
Will be missed!
Marianne and Ed Green

Johnna Donnelly

December 9, 2020

Ricky,

My heart is saddened, at the passing of your Uncle Don. I will always remember him, fondly, as strapping, intelligent, quick witted, punctual, and a gentleman. I lost my Mother, on November 14, 2020. I will send up prayers that God surrounds you and keeps you, in His safe and loving care and gives you comfort, peace, and the gift of loving memories, to reflect upon, until we are all reunited, with Christ, once again. ❤🙏❤
-Hugs,
Johnna and Jim

Pam Bane

November 24, 2020

Don was a joy to work with at Bay Tree III. He will truly be missed by myself as well as everyone in our office.

ken bell

November 22, 2020

Donald was a neighbor during his years in Bridgeton ,NJ We played many games of duck shooting our baseketballs . He was a good friend and neighbor. Ken Bell