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Dorothy Alberta (nee Clark) McIntosh

Dorothy Alberta (nee Clark) McIntosh

Born In: Wilmot Valley, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Born: May 5th, 1937

Passed in: Hudson, Quebec, Canada
Passed on: November 30th, 2018

Born in Wilmot Valley (Summerside), PEI, Dorothy passed peacefully at the family residence in Hudson, Quebec on November 30, 2018 in her 81st year. Following graduation from the Prince County School of Nursing, Dorothy held positions in Moosejaw, Saskatchewan; Winnipeg, Manitoba and the Canadian Naval Hospital in Halifax, Nova Scotia.While in Halifax she met her husband Alan aboard HMCS Bonaventure. The family moved to Montreal and after raising her four children, Dorothy resumed her nursing career, retiring in 1995 from the Lakeshore General Hospital. Sadly she was predeceased by her son Andrew in 1999 and her sister Gwendolyn earlier this year. An avid gardener, Dorothy spent her life making the lives of people around her better. She lived a full life and was very involved and supportive of her children's lives, their work and activities. Always an active listener, Dorothy had a very big heart and helped many in need. Dorothy will be greatly missed for her attention to detail, compassion, good humour and generosity by her husband Alan and her children Susan, Patricia (Wayne) and Don ( Cathleen), her grandchildren Mallory Roy, Delphine Roy, Graeme Brown, Katie Brown, Hayley McIntosh and Rhys McIntosh, her siblings Helen Smallman (George), Maurice Clark (Collette), Liz Tanchak (Johnny dec.) as well as her in-laws Jan Goodall (Harry dec.), Anne McIntosh, Hamish McIntosh, along with her nephews, nieces and many friends. At Dorothy's request there will be no service. A private family internment at the Cote-St-Charles United Churchwill take place at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, the family would respectfully ask that donations are made to NOVA Hudson or to the Pancreatic Cancer Canada Foundation.


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