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McIntosh, Ingrid Yvonne
September 24, 1933 - December 13, 2019
Service:Saturday, December 21, 2019
1:00 pm
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Evergreen Hall on December 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM with a luncheon to follow.
Interment will take place at the Evergreen Cemetery.
Interment:  Evergreen Cemetery
Notice:   Memorial donations may be made in Ingrid’s name to the Parkinson’s Association Alberta.

Obituary

McIntosh, Ingrid Yvonne
September 24, 1933 to December 13, 2019

It is with great sadness that the family of Ingrid McIntosh announces her passing on December 13, 2019 at the age of 86 years at the Red Deer Seniors Michener Centre.
Ingrid was born at Winfield, Alberta , the youngest daughter of Bessie and Gilbert Nelson. After Ingrid’s schooling at Pendryl, Alberta she worked at the hospital and Ruby’s Café in Buck Lake where she met her future husband Wm. (Bill) McIntosh. They were married on March 1, 1954. Bill worked on the oil rigs so they had various homes near where ever he worked Devon, High River, Olds, and finally purchasing a ½ section of farmland near Evergreen in 1960 so the kids could start school at Condor and later David Thompson High School. Ingrid enjoyed the outdoors, camping, quading, fishing and gardening. She also enjoyed knitting, puzzles, bean bag games, playing cards and bowling at the Rocky bowling lanes. Ingrid and Bill travelled on numerous trips across Canada and to Hawaii, Alaska and many of the States in the USA with family and friends. After Bill passed away in 2001 Ingrid stayed on the family farm till July 0f 2006 when she bought a condo in Innisfail. Ingrid enjoyed morning coffee time with the other residents of the condo and playing Bocce Ball. She joined the Innisfail Legion and started playing Darts with other ladies and joined an Innisfail Bowling League. Ingrid went on numerous bus trips with sisters; Clarice and Grace and her daughter Candace. In September 2015 Ingrid moved to the Country Manor in Innisfail and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in December of 2016. A move to Sunset Manor in Innisfail in March of 2017, and finally a move to Red Deer Senior Michener Center in May of 2018 where she resided until her passing.
Ingrid will be greatly missed by her children: Candace (Darrell) Klatt, Don and Darlene McIntosh, Ron and Karen McIntosh, Tony and Ronda McIntosh, Tom and Wendy McIntosh and Marilyn (Toni) Vere; 15 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.
Ingrid was predeceased by husband Bill in 2001, 4 brothers, 4 sisters and all of their spouses, 1 great grandchild, Autumn and 1 daughter-in-law Gail.
A Celebration of Life will be held at the Evergreen Hall on December 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM with a luncheon to follow.
Interment will take place at the Evergreen Cemetery.

Memorial donations may be made in Ingrid’s name to the Parkinson’s Association Alberta.

Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements. 403-845-2626

Condolences

Audrey Grieve (nee Kooyman):
Dear Marilyn,

Very sorry to hear of your mother's passing, sending you my sincere condolencees and hugs.

Audrey
Shirley Kooyman and family:
Our sincere condolences on the passing of your mother Ingrid. I always remember the laughter and fun we had together as neighbours in Evergreen. I have many fond memories of your Mom and Dad - they were great friends. Sincerely, Shirley Kooyman
Linda Duthie (McIntosh):
Condolences from her family husband Sid,Children Dianna,Aleesha and Jason. So sorry to hear about Auntie Ingrid thinking about all of you and your families.
Norm & Diane Winteringham:
Norm & I are very sad to hear of Ingrid’s passing, We would like to extend our sincere condolences to her family during this difficult time.
God Bless everyone,
Jack Curr:
I will always remember playing hide and seek on a quarter section at Uncle Bill's and Aunt Ingrid's farm at Evergreen. All of us kids knew that Aunt Ingrid was a quiet person type but when she spoke, we all listened..and obeyed. Today after my experience of raising my own family, I can't imagine how challenging it was to raise not one, but two sets of twins. Aunt Ingrid to me, is a woman of legend or at least how I will ALWAYS remember her. Our condolences to the McIntosh family to your and our loss. Jack & Nina Curr
Kathy (Labbee):
My sincere condolences to you Marilyn and Toni and your family. Your Mom is resting peacefully now. Hugs to you.

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