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Carole Jean (Crossland) McIntosh

May 6, 1945 ~ March 12, 2022 (age 76)


Carole McIntosh, 76, passed away on March 12, 2022, in Altamonte Springs, Florida.

Carole is survived by Kelly Corrigan Andrew daughter (Chris) of Draper, Utah, Patty Corrigan Myers daughter (Tony predeceased) of Windermere, Florida, John Corrigan, Jr. son (Lori) of Lake Worth, Florida, Jennifer Corrigan Long daughter (Brian) of Lynchburg, Virginia, Linda Crossland Sebulsky sister of Wheeling, West Virginia and Susan Crossland Pope sister of Provo, Utah.

Carole was blessed with 8 grandchildren: Michael and Jessica (children of Kelly and Chris Andrew), Chelsea and Charlie (children of Patty and Tony Myers), Matthew, Ryan, and Sean (children of John and Lori Corrigan), and David Long (child of Jennifer and Brian Long).

Carole is preceded in death by Ralph Crossland - father, Lillian McClay - mother, Joe Anthony (Tony) Myers - son in-law, Francis Crossland Bruhn- sister, Lillian Crossland Tennant- sister, Barbara Watson Manley (sister), and Jim Watson (brother).

Carole was born in Daphine County, Pennsylvania and grew up in Wheeling, West Virginia.
Carole moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida after marrying John Corrigan in 1965.
She moved back to her hometown in 2013.
Carole had several strokes and after a surgery was moved back to Florida to help care for her daily.

She loved the color yellow and swans. She loved her 4 children and 8 grandchildren and was very proud of all of them.

The family will be having an opportunity to celebrate Carole's life on Sunday, June 5, 2022. More details forthcoming.


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