donaldmead
Greece: September 4, 2010 at age 73. Survived by his wife of over 13 years, Peg Mead; children, Kevin (Marie) Mead, Tracy Affronti & Erin (Ken) Ingham; step-children, Karen (Dennis) Anthony & Jeffrey (Gina) Shay; grandchildren, Brandon, Brent, Marissa, Gabriella, A.J., Joshua, Jacob, Parker & Maren; wonderful friend and business partner, Maureen Radder; many dear friends. Donald founded MediCab of Rochester, Inc. in 1975. He was a Veteran of the United States Army and served during the Korean War. Don will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Friends may call Friday, 6-9 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, Greece Chapel, 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Service will be held Saturday 9:00 A.M. in the Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow his service in St. John's Cemetery, Spencerport. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Eastman School of Music, c/o The Don Mead Youth Scholarship Fund, Attn: Lisa Seischab, 26 Gibbs Street, Rochester NY 14604 in his memory.

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  1. 8/9/11: I stopped by one of the MediCab vehicles today and asked how Don was. I was trully shocked o hear of his passing. I worked for Don at Medicab back when he first started his location on East Ridge Road. I transported Marion White three times a week after her dialysis treatment at Monroe Communtiy Hospital to her home in Avon. Don was the BEST of the BEST to work for. So compassionate and so giving. He treated his employees like GOLD. My sincerest condolences to his wife Mo. What a Team they made. May God richly bless Don as I have doubt that he is with our Lord in Heaven. Someday we will surely meet again. John Armstrong, Henrietta, NY

  2. Dear Don, It’s been a pleasure to have known you. You touched our lives in so many ways. We are truly grateful for all your generousity over the years. You will be sadly missed.
    The Scheidt’s

  3. Don will be greatly missed by all of us at St. John’s. He was so generous with his friendship and support, and provided a wonderful service for our Elders.

  4. God Bless you Uncle Don. Rest in peace. we love you and your memory will live on now and forever.

    my thoughts and prayers to ALL family members. I love you

  5. Hi Peg, sorry I couldn’t attend Don’s Funeral, I totally forgot that I was going out of town Friday, However , I am so glad I got to chat with Don a few weeks ago at his home and also in the hospital last week. I am sure Jeff and Karen were watching out for their Mom, If there is anything you need done at the house , heavy lifting or anything please feel free to call. Rick helmbold

  6. I am so sorry for your loss. Don was a very good friend and boss to my son Jeff Stevens. Your family will remain in my prayers.

  7. It is with heartfelt sympathy that I extend my condolences to the family of Mr. Mead. I didn’t know Mr. Mead personally; however, I can say that I knew him through Medicab. He must have been a wonderful man; because the quality of service Medicab offers to the community is excellant. The men and women who work at Medicab are truly caring, with a commitment to service of the highest degree. This can only be a reflection of Mr. Mead. Please know that his spirit will continue to live on thru the Medicab’s dedication to our community.
    My prayers are with you.

  8. It was an honor to be of service to Don and his company. He will be missed by me more than most will know. He was firm, but fair , and always was happy when we talked. I have been in business 34 years and have only met one other man like him. Thats why when Don called I jumped,Not because I had to but Because I wanted too.

  9. Peg and Family,

    Don was a fantastic man. From the moment we met I felt like I always knew him. He was a joy to be with. He was family from the beginning. We had such a great time when you visited us in North Carolina. I can honestly say that I think of that visit at least once a week. I so looked forward to a return visit. What a special blessing to have had him in our family.

    Patricia and Bill Gregory

  10. Peggy, I am so sorry to hear about Don’s passing! He was a very kind and generous person! I remember the shower we gave you for your wedding. You and your family will be in my prayers!

    Love, Ginny

  11. Peggy, thinking of you and your family during this sad time. I have many fond memories of Don which always brings a smile to my face. I feel honored to have known him. I wish you peace

  12. Saddened by my boyhood friend’s passing, but mindful of the manny fond memories of Don, Eddie, and Don’s parents.
    We grew up together, schooled together…
    Thank God for Don’s life!

  13. To all of my past old friends and business associates…I am very sorry to hear of the passing of Don. He and his family will be in my prayers. God bless all of you.

  14. I worked for Don and Mo at Medicab for a period of 5 yrs., beginning in ’82. In those days were we worked out of the basement of their residence. Medicab was one of the finest companies to be associated with, a reflection of the leadership of Don. A first rate man, he insured the company was staffed with fine folks and we were all family. I recall all of those people with great fondness and affection. Don inspired people. He was one of the good guys! Thanks, Don!

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