A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

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OBITUARY

Dolores Mary McIntosh

September 10, 1943January 5, 2019
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Dolores (Makar) McIntosh, of Marietta, GA passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 5, 2019 after a short fight with cancer, at home while under hospice care. Born September 10, 1943 in Salem, MA, she was the daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Bartnicki) Makar. Dolores graduated from St. James High School, Salem, MA in 1961 and then attended the North Shore Babies and Children’s Hospital School of Nursing in Salem, MA, graduating as a Pediatric Nurse in 1963. Dolores worked at the Salem North Shore Hospital for four years before giving up the nursing profession to become a full time home keeper and mother. Dolores and Jay were married in May 1966 at St. John Baptist Catholic Church in Salem, MA. She is survived by her husband, Jay David McIntosh, brother and sister-in-law Dennis and Leslie Makar, son and daughter-in-law Christopher and Carolyn (Mikula) McIntosh, of Peabody, daughter and son-in-law Mary and Andrew Stenmark, and her four grandchildren, Jared & Paige McIntosh and Tristan & Tyler Stenmark. Celebration of Life services will be held Saturday, January 12, 2019 between the hours of 12:00pm and 3:00pm at H.M. Patterson & Son - Canton Hill Chapel, in Marietta, Georgia. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to American Cancer Society www.cancer.org

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, January 12, 2019
REMEMBERING

Dolores Mary McIntosh

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NANCY MCARDLE

January 31, 2019

We will never forget our wonderful neighbor in Bedford, Dolores. Always there to help and always so thoughtful. We had fun times in Bedford and we thought about your family often.
We are so sad to hear of Dolores's passing. She was always so good to everyone and I know all who knew her are saddened. Love and thoughts to the family.

The McArdles

Nicola McClendon

January 12, 2019

I am deeply saddened by the loss of such a precious gem. I am so grateful to have known her. She was loving and caring and I can see how nursing was her choice for a profession.
She was genuinely honest and at times a comedian. She brightened up my day every time I saw her.
She spoke highly of her family and enjoyed reminiscing about the special moments of motherhood. I will never forget all the wisdom that she shared with me. She often times tried to play matchmaker but we never landed that husband for me. Maybe I'll have an advantage because now I have an angel on the case.
My condolences to the family and friends of my beautiful friend Delores.

With sympathy and love,
Nicola McClendon

Janice Hicks

January 11, 2019

the day Dolores died, this world changed and I lost my best friend. We lived in the neighborhood and went to grade school and high school together. After, we went our separate ways but kept in touch sending long letters particularly in the last ten years. Dolores always put others first. She was all about love for family and friends. I treasure my last letter from her after the diagnosis. She spoke about appreciation for others and ended with a favorite closing "God is Good".. And so were you my friend, very good. May He welcome you.

Vivian Cucchiara

January 8, 2019

Mrs. McIntosh was a wonderful lady. I adored her. I will never forget her kindness toward me. She will always remain in my heart as one of my best friends. Her honesty, sense of humor and kindness is what I will always remember about her. I am crushed to learn of her passing. I hope she knew how much I cared - and so did my mom. My deepest sorrows to her family. Rest in paradise, Mrs. McIntosh - you were one of a kind, and I love you.

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