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MCINTOSH--Mary (nee Donovan). 70, of New York, New York, on April 5, 2004. Mary is survived by her loving husband Jack, her sons, George A. Pandaleone, and Thomas E. Pandaleone, their wives, and four grandchildren. Mary retired as Assistant Dean for Community Services at Westchester Community College, White Plains, NY, in 1985. She also worked at Queensboro Community College, Queens, NY, and in The Chappaqua New York Public School system. She was an alumna of Smith College and Bank Street Colleg ...



McINTOSH - Millicent. Amateur Chamber Music Players extends condolences to our Board President, Susan McIntosh Lloyd, and the entire McIntosh family on the passing of Millicent McIntosh, who was an important force in the development of the organization. Her gracious hospitality to ACMP will always be remembered.



McINTOSH-Millicent Carey, on January 3, 2001. The trustees, administration, faculty, and staff of Bank Street College of Education note with sorrow the passing of Millicent C. McIntosh, a Life Trustee of the College. Mrs. McIntosh served as a Statutory Trustee on the Bank Street Board of Trustees from 1962 until 1974, when she was elected a Life Trustee in recognition of her tireless work and advocacy on behalf of the College, particularly during the period in which Bank Street was building its ...



McINTOSH - Millicent. Barnard College remembers with pride and gratitude the leadership and friendship of Millicent Carey McIntosh, who served as Dean and then President from 1947 to 1962. She urged generations of students to fulfill their dreams in their personal, professional and civic livesand was herself the best possible example. The College still bears the imprint of her values, her ideals and her insistence that women need not be limited in their aspirations. Barnard College extends its s ...



McINTOSH-Millicent Carey, on January 3rd, 2001. The Brearley School Community mourns the loss of our beloved former Head, who served from 1930 to 1947. The School will always cherish the memory of her warm spirit and devotion to students, shown once again when she returned to Brearley for a 100th birthday celebration in December 1998. We will forever benefit from her vision and leadership as she helped to shape Brearley into the school that it is today. A remembrance by the Brearley Community wi ...

Millicent McIntosh, 102, Dies; Taught Barnard Women to Balance Career and Family


Millicent Carey McIntosh, outspoken feminist who juggled family and career as educator, dies at age 102; photo (M)

Paid Notice: Deaths MCINTOSH, ANDREW D.


McINTOSH-Andrew D., Jr. 90. Died Sunday, Dec. 6th at his home on Looking Glass Hill, Bantam, CT. Mr. McIntosh was born in Malden, MA, 27 August 1908, son of the late Andrew D. McIntosh, Sr. and Mary K. McIntosh. His father was formerly Dean of the Taft School. He was the husband of Jennie Clarke Arnold McIntosh who died in 1989. Mr. McIntosh was a graduate of the Taft School and Yale University, Class of 1931. He was with New York Telephone Co. in Albany and N.Y. City from 1932 to 1942 when he t ...



McINTOSH-Peter Hartford. On November 29, 1998 in Redding, CT of Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS). Survivors include wife Joan, sons Bruce, Keith, Alan and Duncan; brother Michael of Washington, DC; sister Joy McIntosh of Taos, NM; and two granddaughters. Predeceased by sister Karen Collins of Preston, MD. Son of Josephine Hoffman McIntosh and Allan James McIntosh of Bedford, NY. Attended Eaglebrook and Principia schools. Was an Air Force veteran and was a pilot for United Airlines. Service Christ Epis ...

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WING-Susan McIntosh, 72. Of Chatham, NJ, on October 10, 1998. Daughter of the late Andrew J. McIntosh and Harriet C. McIntosh, M.D. Graduated Smith College 1947. Beloved wife of Charles M. Wing, mother of Charles & Susan, sister of Andrew J. McIntosh, Jr. Cherished grandmother. Memorial service on Sunday, November 1, 2 P.M., Stanley Congregational Church, Chatham, New Jersey.

Paid Notice: Deaths MCINTOSH, LORETTA E.


McINTOSH-Loretta E. Of Lynbrook on April 29. Known to all as ''Betty.'' Beloved wife of the late John A. Loving mother of Denise McNamara, James, Colleen, Kelley McGinn, and the late Johnny. Cherished grandmother of many. Dear sister of Joseph B. McGrath. Family will receive friends on Thursday 2-4 and 7-9PM, at the Flinch & Bruns Funeral Home, Inc, 34 Hempstead Avenue, (corner Peninsula Blvd), Lynbrook. Mass of Christian Burial Friday 10:30am at St. Anthony's RC Church, Oceanside. Interment Hol ...

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