|Birth: ||Aug. 12, 1983|
|Death: ||May 28, 2004|
Prince William County
Precious Son of John Charles and Wendy Loreman (Roberts) McIntosh.
Brother of Kimberlee K McIntosh Wigglesworth, Melissa C McIntosh, Evan P McIntosh and Dylan G McIntosh.
Uncle of Keara Skyy Wigglesworth, Jay Riley Wigglesworth, Stella Rene Crescentini and Jason Paul Crescentini Jr.
Grandson of John McIntosh Helen (Badaracca) McIntosh
and Conrad Roberts Beverly (Loreman) Shirbourn
"Our son died on his own battlefield. He was killed in action fighting a civil war. He fought against adversaries that were as real to him as his casket is real to us. They were powerful adversaries. They took toll of his energies and endurance. They exhausted the last vestiges of his courage and strength. At last these adversaries overwhelmed him. And it appeared that he lost the war. But did he? I see a host of victories that he has won!
For one thing -- he has won our admiration -- because even if he lost the war, we give him credit for his bravery on the battlefield. And we give him credit for the courage and pride and hope that he used as his weapons as long as he could. We shall remember not his death, but his daily victories gained through his kindnesses and thoughtfulness, through his love for family and friends, for animals, children and music, for all things beautiful, lovely and honorable. We shall remember the many days that he was victorious over overwhelming odds.
We shall remember not the years we thought he had left, but the intensity with which he lived the years he had!
Only God knows what this child of His suffered in the silent skirmishes that took place in his soul. But our consolation is that God does know and understands!"
We find an old photograph
and see your smile
As well feel your presence anew,
We are filled with warmth
and our hearts remember love.
We remember who you used to be
The laughter we shared
and wonder what you have become.
We miss your being
but we feel your presence
We remember you.
Your are with us
We love you
And we are not afraid.
Where shall we find a better son or kinder brother, or truer friend.
Rose Hill Cemetery
New Jersey, USA
Plot: Lot # 85 2 lots; Section H
Created by: Wendy McIntosh
Record added: Feb 25, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 66127262