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CPT Steven James “Steiner” McIntyre

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CPT Steven James “Steiner” McIntyre Veteran

Birth
Ontario, Canada
Death
28 Jan 1988 (aged 27)
Timmins, Cochrane District, Ontario, Canada
Burial
Port Perry, Durham Regional Municipality, Ontario, Canada GPS-Latitude: 44.0888472, Longitude: -78.9523556
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On the cold morning of 28 January 1988, while conducting a re-supply mission at the end of a Winter Field Exercise led by the Special Service Force in the Kapuskasing area, Captain McIntyre, along the rest of his crew, Capt Dan McConnell, Master Corporal Norm Lamouroux and Master Corporal Christian Dufour, died in the crash of CH135119, some 32 nautical mile South East of the Timmins airport.

Captain Steve "Steiner" McIntyre enrolled in the Canadian Forces in June 1980 and attended Royal Roads Military College from 1980 until August 1982. He graduated from Royal Military College in 1984 with a BA degree in Economics. After completion of pilot training, Capt McIntyre was posted to 427 Squadron, Petawawa in Feb 1986. There he flew both the CH-135 Twin Huey and the CH-136 Kiowa.

He is survived by his father, Mr Ronald McIntyre of Prince Albert, Ontario; his mother Mrs Marilyn Hoskin of Port Perry, Ontario;

Steiner was a tremendous squadron mate; his smile, his drive and energy were infectious. He was a fine officer and a great pilot. In keeping with his ardour and professionalism, his aircraft was found, precisely 'on track'.
On the cold morning of 28 January 1988, while conducting a re-supply mission at the end of a Winter Field Exercise led by the Special Service Force in the Kapuskasing area, Captain McIntyre, along the rest of his crew, Capt Dan McConnell, Master Corporal Norm Lamouroux and Master Corporal Christian Dufour, died in the crash of CH135119, some 32 nautical mile South East of the Timmins airport.

Captain Steve "Steiner" McIntyre enrolled in the Canadian Forces in June 1980 and attended Royal Roads Military College from 1980 until August 1982. He graduated from Royal Military College in 1984 with a BA degree in Economics. After completion of pilot training, Capt McIntyre was posted to 427 Squadron, Petawawa in Feb 1986. There he flew both the CH-135 Twin Huey and the CH-136 Kiowa.

He is survived by his father, Mr Ronald McIntyre of Prince Albert, Ontario; his mother Mrs Marilyn Hoskin of Port Perry, Ontario;

Steiner was a tremendous squadron mate; his smile, his drive and energy were infectious. He was a fine officer and a great pilot. In keeping with his ardour and professionalism, his aircraft was found, precisely 'on track'.


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