Ms. Annie J. McIntyre, 80, enter into eternal rest on Monday, September 7, 2020, at her son’s resident. Annie was with her son during her Heavenly transition.
Annie was born on June 13, 1940, in Chipley, Florida, to the late Mr. Arthur Nathaniel McIntyre, Sr. and Mrs. Christine Horne McIntyre. Annie graduate from Roulhac High School Class of 1959. Ms. McIntyre had a passion for music and sports. She was a member of the T.J. Roulhac High School Girls Basketball Team.
Ms. McIntyre accept the Lord as her Savior at a young age. She was of the Baptist Faith and a member of the Orange Hill Missionary Baptist Church of Chipley, Florida. When she move to Petersburg, Virginia in 1958 to reside with her Aunt Mrs. Margret Belle she later became a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church.
For many years, Annie was active member of Tabernacle Baptist Church serving on various ministries and committees. Annie was a member of the financial ministry serving as a teller, she was the youth advisor and instructor with vacation bible school and senior missionary. Annie was a member of the senior usher board ministry, pulpit committee and senior ministry. Annie served on the Tree of Life committee as Asst. Chair and banquet committee. Finally, Annie served on the feeding ministry for Petersburg Leisure and Recreation’s senior program and Tabernacle Baptist Church’s day care.
Ms. McIntyre is preceded in death by her father, Arthur Nathaniel McIntyre, Sr., mother, Mrs. Christine Horne McIntyre, brother, Arthur Nathaniel McIntyre, Jr, brother, Joe McIntyre, sister, Helen McIntyre.
She leaves several family members and friends to cherish her memories: her loving son Phil S. McIntyre of Petersburg; her 3 loving granddaughters; Nysheta Tate (Jovan Cooper) of Petersburg; Danielle Branch (Anthony Collier) of Petersburg; Marlayna Dillon of Petersburg; 5 great grandchildren Arion, Tyran, Kennedy, London; Denim Renee Collier; great great granddaughter Alayah; 3 sister; Elvera McIntyre-Gainer of Chipley; Deon McIntyre of Chipley; Ura Vet McIntyre of Chipley; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Annie had several committed, loving friends; Dorothy Stokes, Mary B. Harwell, Loretta Owens, Connie McIntyre, Eyvonne Klink and Lottie Graves.
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