Brent McIntosh of Ottawa died on March 6, 2003 at the age of 53.
He was born in Winchester on Dec. 16, 1949 to Bert McIntosh and Norma (nee Casselman), both of whom are surviving. He lived the majority of his life in the Williamsburg area.
He is survived by children Marissa Locke-McIntosh of Iroquois, Wendy Locke-McIntosh of London, and Jason Locke-McIntosh of Ottawa. Also surviving are siblings Currie (Donna) McIntosh of Williamsburg, Shelley McIntosh of Williamsburg and Julie (Ian) Davy of Cobourg.
He was predeceased by uncle Raymond “Buck” McIntosh and aunt Sally McIntosh.
He worked as a chemist at CIP in Gatineau, and then as a researcher at the University of Ottawa. In recent years he worked as a finish carpenter.
Mr. McIntosh was an avid sportsman who enjoyed playing golf, baseball, hockey and broomball. He will be remembered for the love he had for his family and three children. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.
Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home in Williamsburg on March 11. The funeral took place at Williamsburg United Church on March 12, officiated by Rev. Sandy Macpherson. Spring interment of cremated remains will be at Spruce Haven Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Jason Locke-McIntosh, Currie McIntosh, Michael Weegar, Cobie McIntosh, Calvin McIntosh and Kari McIntosh. Honorary pallbearers were Mahlon Locke, Philip Froats, Dale Casselman and Shaler Hill.
Donations to Winchester District Memorial Hospital or Williamsburg United Church would be appreciated by the family.