The Brethren of Albion Lodge No. 5
mourn the passing of their Brother

 Daniel Hugh MacKinnon

 Brother MacKinnon was Initiated
on January 27th 1954,
Passed to the Degree of Fellow Craft
on February 24th, 1954,
Raised to the Sublime Degree of a Master Mason
on April 30th, 19

He Served Albion Lodge as 
Worshipful Master 1963-64 and received his 50-Year Jewel in September 2004

 Brother MacKinnon was born on September 28th, 1931 and was raised to the Supreme Lodge Above on August 8th  2008 at the age of 80 years. 

Daniel Hugh MacKinnon

Daniel Hugh (Danny) MacKinnon, age 80, of Glen Haven Manor, and formerly of Essex Drive, New Glasgow, passed away on Friday, August 8th, 2008, in the Manor.

Born of February 28th, 1928, he graduated from the former New Glasgow High School, then accepted a position in the New Glasgow Town Office for one year, while delivering the Evening News after work of which he did all through school for 12 years with 100 customers.

In 1949 he attended Mount Allison Business Academy for one year, then accepted a job in the field office of Tidewater Construction Ltd. where he remained for four years. In 1954 he married his high school sweetheart Jean Margeson, whom he is survived by, and together they traveled to Peterborough, ON where he accepted a position with Zeller's and also worked in Guelph, Hamilton and Kitchener stores.

In October of 1957 he decided to return to his beloved Nova Scotia and was invited to join Dominion Stores in Halifax, Kentville and New Glasgow. After 17 years, he returned home and started Cliff's Taxi where he spent 22 years until he retired in 1994.

He was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church which he served as a Sunday School Teacher, Chairman of the Board of Managers and an Elder for 40 years.

He was a good friend to all who knew him as a caring man. He had tree passions; his house, his Church and his Lodge. He belonged to Albion Lodge No. 5 for 54 years of which he is a Past Master. He was also a member of the New Glasgow and Kentville Curling Clubs and the Rotary Club. He enjoyed reading, dancing and traveling.

His remains are buried in the Abercrombie Cemetery.

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