Otis McDonald, an Illinois Gun Rights Hero, has Passed

Originally Posted, April 6th, 2014

The Family of Otis McDOnald  has reported via FaceBook that Otis has passed away April 4th, 2014.  Mr. Otis McDonald is best known in the gun rights community as a strong advocate for gun rights, and is known for the land mark law suit, McDonald vs Chicago.

Otis McDonald has been very ill and battling cancer.  His family announces on March 23rd that Otis is in a fight for his life as he battles metastatic cancer.

The following is the FaceBook announcement by the McDonald family, April 5th 2014…

Mr. Otis W. McDonald, born September 17, 1933 died yesterday April 4, 2014. He was 80 years old.

On behalf of the McDonald Family I want to say thanks to all of you for your support and prayers! Funeral arrangements are pending and just as soon as that information is finalized we will update you immediately.

Many of you have asked, “what can I do?” Please send a card, a donation and or a note directly to my Aunt Laura: She would appreciate hearing from all of you who love and support my Uncle Otis and her husband.

Mrs. Laura McDonald
10752 So. Church St.
Chicago, IL 60643

Dr. Fred Jones
//For The McDonald Family
Thank You ALL!

PS: The family has requested no flowers please.



Thomas Kral

Thomas Kral is an avid gun rights advocate being involved in the movement in Illinois since 2012 and became one of the very first Concealed Carry instructors to be certified by the Illinois State Police in 2013.

Thomas is also a proud father and husband, having said, "The only things more important than 2nd Amendment issues and gun rights are my wife and kids."

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