Donald Ira Pollock

Donald Ira Pollock

September 24, 1940 - September 02, 2014

Donald Ira Pollock

September 24, 1940 - September 02, 2014


Don Pollock passed away peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday morning, September 2nd at his home in Mission Viejo, CA. He was born on September 24, 1940 in New York City. He was the only son of Francis and Bert Pollock and spent his youth growing up in Long Island, NY with his Aunts Blanche and Hilda and his cousins Marjore, Marty and Freddie. He graduated high school in Long Island and attended Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH. He was a member of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity where he made several life long friends. During his senior year of college he vacationed in Pasadena, CA where he met his wife, Margee. They shared 51+ years together and raised their family in Thousand Oaks, CA until they moved to South Orange County, CA in 1990.

Don is survived by his wife Margee, his oldest son Mike and his wife Kathy, his middle son Todd and his wife Tonya, and his daughter Stacia. He has 5 grandchildren: Mike’s daughter Cindy and his son Matthew, Todd’s daughter Sophia and son Jackson and Stacia’s son Jason.

Don was an avid fisherman and was happiest spending time with his extended family. He will be missed.

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7 responses to Donald Ira Pollock

  1. rob aloisio says:

    I am deeply saddened to hear the news of Mr. Pollock’s passing. I have great memories growing up with Mike in Westlake Village. Mr. Pollock was a kind man and a gentleman. Always had a smile on his face. He was always nice to us all. I have a great memory in 1980 staying at the Pollock’s house while my Mom and Pop went to Vegas. It was all of us watching the US Hockey team beat Russia. When people ask do you remember where you were, I sure do. With the Pollock’s. My prayers and thoughts are with the entire family. Love you all!

    Rob Aloisio

  2. Hi Margee,
    Pat and I just read in the Bowling Green Magazine about the passing of Don over a year ago.You both made a wonderful couple and we are sure he is will be dearly missed by all.
    We have only fond memories of you and Don when we moved to California and you witnessed our wedding in a little chapel in San Gabriel over 50 years ago.
    Once we moved to Long Island and then retired to the Sarasota area of Florida,we are sorry we lost contact with such lovely people.
    We also have 5 grandchildren and can tell in the pictures how close they were to
    Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Jeff and Pat Friedman

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