Donald “Don” Allan Huntington of Garson passed away peacefully on December 12, 2020. He was 84 years old. Born in Sudbury May 12, 1936. Beloved husband of Theresa “Terry” Huntington (Yaraskavitch) for over 31 years. Predeceased by his parents Edgar and Edith (Strum) Huntington. Loving brother of Linda Shildrick (Richard) of London. Father to Scott Huntington and Donna (Huntington) Llewellyn (Paul). Stepfather to Donna Boivin (Marc), Cathy Gelinas (Don), Thomas Cushing and Peter Cushing (predeceased). Grandfather and great-grandfather to many children. He will be sadly missed by his close family members, relatives and friends. Don lived a full life. He worked for Bell Canada for two years and switched to Falconbridge Nickel Mines in 1956. After 34 years (1990) working at Falconbridge, he retired from his lab technician position. Through his life, Don enjoyed golfing, bowling, fishing, hobbies, reminiscing about the past, hanging out with close friends (Leona & Bud, Gladys & Reg) and spending time with his grandkids. His biggest dream was to fly real airplanes. Since he wasn’t able to do so, he resorted to building Remote Controlled Model airplanes and it was a great hobby that he thoroughly enjoyed. He won 2 trophies for Northern Ontario best made planes. He enjoyed going to the field, being a part of the flying club and spending time with his airplane friends. Due to ill health, his hobby of building airplanes diminished. Another hobby he enjoyed was making intricate wood carvings such as ships, bulldozers, payloaders, flatbed trucks, etc. Although Don had hobbies, he always had time for watching and talking about basketball and cars with his grandkids. He was a huge fan of the Toronto Raptors. As a man of many talents, there wasn’t anything that he couldn’t figure out, build or repair. Don was very thankful that his wonderful wife, the love of his life, who with great dedication took care of him, especially during his lengthy illness. He is also very thankful to Dr. Crichton, Dr. Pianezza, Dr. Bowen and many other doctors and nurses who gave him excellent care and compassion. We will all miss the time we’ve spent with Don and the great memories that have been created over the years. Although his battle has ended, our memories of him will live on. Per Don’s wishes, there will be no visitation or service. A private celebration of his life will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to Toronto Sick Kid’s Hospital or Sudbury Cancer Centre would be appreciated.