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George McIntyre

George McIntyre

Thursday, September 13th, 1928 - Friday, May 24th, 2019
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On May 24th, 2019, George McIntyre, FCPA FCA, passed away in the loving presence of his first grandchild, Kristy, as she held his hand at the Maplewood LTC in Brighton. At 90 years old, George (Sept 13, 1928) is pre-deceased by his brother John (Jean), and survived by his brother Bill (Pat). George and the love of his life, Agnes (nee Jones), met 71 years ago, at a Sadie Hawkins dance and Ag still attests that she made the right choice! George’s three boys Gordon (Marg), Bruce (Pam) and Douglas (Les) grew up with a loving father who showed them what it means to cherish your wife, and adore your children as the priority, while attaining all your dreams and aspirations in your professional career. George will be fondly remembered as the past President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario, past Master of Kilwinning Masonic Lodge, and in a role that exemplified his true passion, past president of the Bloordale Baseball League. George finally retired in his 65th year, as President of OSDIC, a position acquired after a well-respected time working as the Assistant Deputy Treasurer of Ontario. Although George worked diligently at his career, he always took time to spend with Ag and his boys at the cottage, fishing, golfing, and watching his beloved Blue Jays. Known in his basketball days as “the Shadow”, Papa’s looming presence to his grandchildren Kristy (Kalo), Lindsay (Josh), Sydney, Kelsey, Lauren (Jonny), James, Andrew, and Emma, was a giant teddy bear who rocked them to sleep, sang them his songs, and always gave them “the thumbs up!”. George McIntyre was a true gentleman, a wise, and opinionated Scotsman, who cried at the sound of bagpipes, and right until the very end, would give anything for another taste of chocolate. His family and friends will miss him every day, and the sounds of the Big Bands will always bring a smile to our face, and the memory of George dancing Ag around the room on a Saturday night, just for the heck of it. We love you, Papa!

Arrangements have been entrusted to the JOHN R. BUSH FUNERAL HOME, 80 Highland Ave. Belleville (613-968-5588).

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Janine Huston

Posted at 02:52pm
Gord, Bruce and Doug.
Your Dad was a big part of my life growing up. From as far back as I can remember, we cottaged with your family during the summers. I have fond memories of George singing to me on a porch swing, walking with all of us down the beach after dinners in our kangaroo shirts and walking sticks and, as an adult, being the master of ceremonies at my wedding. It seemed only fitting that we shared cottaging also on Emerald Isle for many years. Passing your place on walks home from the Marina George always welcomed us with a smile and a chat. Your Dad was a true gentleman and I know that you will all miss him dearly. My condolences to all.
Janine (Sharkey) Huston
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Christine Mulligan

Posted at 10:13am
Dear Mrs McIntyre, Gord, Bruce and Doug, I am so sorry to hear of Mr McIntyre's passing. He was one of my favourites in our neighbourhood. I have so many fond memories from serving drinks (many!) at my parents' parties to watching football tosses on the street during half time at your Grey Cup parties. Your Dad always had time for a chat and was interested in our lives as we grew up. He had an warm laugh and kind smile and though it's been years since we have seen all of you, you all hold a dear place in our memories. My Dad has been "up there" for some time now, and I am sure he is welcoming Mr M with a scotch in one hand and a football in the other. They were wonderful times on Arbroath. Sending you our deepest condolences and big hugs, Christine, Janet, Pat and Edith Mulligan.
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Lois McGrath

Posted at 11:18am
Marg, my deepest condolences are sent to you and your family. Hang onto all of those wonderful memories. It has been a long time since our Foxboro days, but I remember you and your girls very well. Lois McGrath
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Randall McLennan

Posted at 10:30pm
Such a grand day back in 2002ish when our families reconnected after the separation of time and distance, it was like we just saw each other yesterday, I grew up with stories of our Canadian cousins and what a joy that reunion was to all of us. George was a gentleman with wit and wisdom and his family is a cherished presence in my thoughts and life. The few times I was in his presence will forever be in my mind especially watching the rocket sail between he and my dad and hit his cottage and the breakfast where dad ruined his routine by getting eggs a day before normal. Such a blessing to share just a small bit of life with such a man. I love the McIntyres and know they’ll keep his legacy strong.
 
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Brock Smith Posted at 09:02pm

George and I were fellow Assistant Deputy Ministers in the Treasury in the early l980s. He was very highly respected and an excellent person to work with. Brock Smith, Deputy Treasurer 1984 - 1987.
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