BARSTOW For more than three decades, Don Cunningham donned a green top hat and green suit every St. Patrick’s Day in order to bring laughter to Barstow’s children as a mischievous leprechaun.
Don passed away Sunday from complications from pneumonia and a staph infection, said his wife, Shirley Cunningham. He was 75.
Don suffered multiple health setbacks this year, including a fire injury in April when his electric blanket caught on fire and a triple heart bypass operation in May. His son, Donnie, helped save both Shirley and Don from the flames and the family was able to move back into the home in June.
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Shirley said one of Don’s favorite activities was dressing up as a leprechaun every year since 1977. She said this was the only year he ever missed going around to different elementary schools.
“He enjoyed playing with those kids,” said Shirley, who added that Don normally wouldn’t go to classrooms with children over third grade because the children were often too skeptical.
Don would visit the youngest schoolchildren with “magic” coins – usually pennies or green coins, said second grade Crestline Elementary School teacher Kristen Miller. Don would tell the children to keep the coins in their shoes and would also teach them an Irish phrase.
“We never knew when he would come in
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