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Glenn W. McIntyre

February 3, 2021

Glenn W. McIntyre, 71, of Watertown, passed away Wednesday evening, February 3, 2021, at Hospice of Jefferson County.

Glenn was born in Canada on May 27, 1949, son of Glenn and Joyce B. Adams Johnson McIntyre. He was most recently in contractor sales for Lowe's, Watertown.

He is survived by his brother, Charles McIntyre, Watertown; two sisters and their husbands, Holly and Gary Booth, Church Hill, TN and Linda and Richard Hayes, Watertown; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Along with his parents, he was predeceased by brother, Steven McIntyre, and two sisters, Susan Beach and Charline Johnson.

There will be no services and arrangements are entrusted with Cummings Funeral Service, Inc., Watertown. Online condolences to his famiy may be posted at www.cummingsfuneral.com.


#11 Gloria Longamore 2021-02-15 22:16
I just found out that Glenn passed away.. I am so sorry. I didn't know Glenn well but I know he will be missed. May you find comfort in knowing that he no longer struggles to breath and is free from all physical infirmities.
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#10 Melanie Mallison 2021-02-09 15:06
Glenn was a good friend of our family for a long time -- he even shared a house at Wolf Hollow with my mom for a time. Like my sister Carol says, I can well imagine the two of them are up there drinking coffee and arguing over some esoteric philosophical point the rest of us would never understand! My condolences and warm hugs to his family.
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#9 Linda Hayes 2021-02-07 12:06
To my brother Glenn, I had such a good time getting to know him, to sit and listen to his stories of all the wonderful things he has done in his lifetime. He always told me great stories as I got to know him. He thought everyone should go to college. He was a hard worker and loved life. He had so many friends. He was more than a brother to me, more like a Dad. I will miss him so very much. I was glad I got to be with him everyday. I'm thankful he is no longer suffering and at peace. I love you Glenn
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#8 Kathleen O Fields 2021-02-06 21:04
Oh Glenn so sorry to hear we have lost a good man from this earth. You were always here for me over the many years and am glad to have visited you while you were still working.You are free now and so save a spot at the coffee shop for me, I'll pay!
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#7 Christina Blake 2021-02-06 18:25
Uncle Glenn you are a great person and you will be greatly missed and say hi to the family for all of us down here love you always
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#6 Allen Palmer 2021-02-05 22:27
Glenn was a talented man, a funny man, and a guy you could count on for a laugh, a good story and to get the job done. I was sorry to hear of his passing.. I worked with him at Lowe’s years ago, and anyone who did also will surely think of him fondly.
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#5 Michael M Darou 2021-02-05 12:35
I knew Glenn through business at Lowe's. Very sad to here of his passing today. To the family: Heaven gained a beautiful soul. I'm glad our paths in life crossed. I'm blessed to have known Glenn. RIP Friend.
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#4 Donald Thompson 2021-02-05 07:48
My brother of childhood.sad to hear this news. We texted last week. He will be missed in this reality. Glenn is working on our next encounter. And it will be even better. Love you Glenn drive on.
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#3 Robin Adams 2021-02-05 04:42
It is with a tear in my eye and a smile on my face as I recall my early teen years knowing Glenn, Bobby Witheral,my Brother Peter Ransome we all chummed around together. I can recall a rain storm where Glenn and I got caught at the lookout tower in the park. we ere soaked to the skin but we didn't care. Glenn was my very first boyfriend. to this day a have a gold (plated of coarse) heart that has his name on one side and mine on the other. Peter will have other stories to post as soon as i let him know
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#2 Kate Wright 2021-02-04 20:03
Dear Linda,
So sad to see this notice today. I hope Glenn found some comfort and peace in his last weeks. I will miss our neighborhood chats- only wish there had been more of them. May Glenn rest in peace.
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