OBITUARY

Ronald McIntyre

January 7, 1958September 25, 2022

IN THE CARE OF

Lee Funeral Home

RONALD C. McINTYRE of Little River SC (formally of Alexandria, VA) Ron passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 25, 2022. He was born in Washington DC on January 7, 1958 to John A. (Jack) McIntyre (deceased) and Gladys Rudicel McIntyre (deceased). A memorial service and celebration of life will be held Friday, September 30 at 11:00 at the Cypress Village Community Center, 4008 McLamb Ave, Little River, SC 29566. Cards and letters can be sent to their home at 3150 Viceroy Loop, Little River SC 29566. In lieu of flowers, contributions to a peace palm tree planted in Ron’s honor at their home, may be sent to Ann via Venmo (@Ann-McIntyre-14). Ron is survived by his loving wife of 42 years, Ann Blancodine McIntyre of Little River, SC (formally Alexandria, VA); sister Noreen McDonald of Purcellville, VA; nephew Jeff Cox and niece Wendy Sporrer of the Annapolis MD area; niece Nanette Cinicola of Florida; great nieces and nephews: John, Carly, Jared, Rachelle, Dylan and Jordon; and great grand nieces Carina and Stella. He was preceded in death by his brother, Daniel (Danny) McIntyre. Just over a month ago, Ron and Ann moved from VA to their new dream home in Little River, SC to “grow old together”. Days later, Ron was taken by ambulance to the hospital. He was released in time to celebrate 42 years of marriage. A little over a week he returned to the hospital where he passed. After graduating high school, Ron entered the Marines and became a reservist. His brother Danny taught him the printing business where he excelled. His knowledge and expertise were well sought after by several firms throughout his career. Ron successfully battled esophageal cancer involving chemo, radiation and 14 surgeries. Many will say that he lived for his Ann. Ron loved deeply, had a dry sense of humor, and enjoyed playing practical jokes on those he cared for the most. For years he and Ann dabbled in the craft show circuit by making exotic wood pens and hand painted animals and puzzles. They hoped to continue this endeavor in SC. He was happiest with a fishing pole in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other. He will be missed and those who knew him will treasure their “Ron story”. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.leefhandcrematory.com for the McIntyre family.

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